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Charlie Copeland Feb 22
If you haven't got the chance yet, be sure to listen to editor and editor 's latest discussion on the history of the American conservative movement.
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James Panero Feb 22
Finger painting with a broad brush: my review of Dana Schutz
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James Panero Feb 21
The has truly gone off the rails.
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James Panero Feb 21
And left unmentioned is the land grab of a historic Olmstead park. See John Vinci
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New York Times Arts Feb 20
The Obama Presidential Center in Chicago won’t include a research library, or house any of Barack Obama’s official records. To some historians, that’s a problem
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David Shullman Feb 19
Pathetic. Dissident Artist Ai Weiwei Is Cut From Film; Producer Cites ‘Fear of China’ via
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James Panero Feb 20
Sam Roberts on Jeffrey Hart, "Influential and Iconoclastic Conservative"
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The New Criterion Feb 20
Our critic’s picks: “A Timeless Tale: The Sleeping Beauty,” Family Saturday at the New York City Ballet (February 23) and “Very Young People’s Concerts: ‘Allegro and Adagio’ ” at the New York Philharmonic, Merkin Hall (February 24).
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The New Criterion Feb 20
Our critic’s pick: “Brenda Goodman: In a Lighter Place” at Sikkema Jenkins & Co. (through February 23).
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Dartmouth Alumni Mag Feb 18
DAM mourns the death of professor emeritus Jeffrey Hart ’51, former senior editor and mentor to Paul Gigot ’77, Peter Robinson ’79, ’98, Laura ’85, ’85, and many more
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Jay Nordlinger Feb 17
Jeffrey Hart, the longtime National Review senior editor, has died. He was one of the brightest, most learned men I ever knew. Nationally, he was known for his political writing (and his tennis commentary!). But he is also a legendary professor of English. A rara avis.
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The New Criterion Feb 15
Peck’s ballets are Instagram-optimized—just as the millennial choreographer himself betrays little personal affect in front of the ever-present modern lens.
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Dave Itzkoff Feb 14
don't worry, i'm told Amazon is already considering three new sites
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The American Conservative Feb 14
Amazon is pulling out of New York City for HQ2. Good for New York City:
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dancelog.nyc Feb 12
New at The Log: goes long, with an analysis of the New Combinations program at . "It’s not just what’s new in a ballet that’s important. It’s how it connects to what came before it."
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James Panero Feb 12
On "Fast Casual" architecture. Brilliant
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The New Criterion Feb 12
Our critic’s pick: “The Story Box: Franz Boas, George Hunt and the Making of Anthropology,” at the Bard Graduate Center (February 14 through July 7).
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Buckley Program Feb 11
Just a few more days to apply to our paid summer internship at ! Yale students can learn more about this terrific opportunity to intern with this magazine edited by and here:
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The New Criterion Feb 8
Daniel McCarthy, the editor of Modern Age, joins James Panero to discuss the history of the American conservative movement.
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The New Criterion Feb 6
Why would donors consider establishing private charitable institutions if the public purposes of those institutions would subject them to government control?
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