The Sunday Paper: Chapter 4

Photo by Tran Mau Tri Tam on Unsplash

Hello again! I seem to have established a habit. Hopefully, a good one.

It only takes … well, let me time it. It is now approximately 11:10 a.m. Eastern Standard Time. And it took less than a minute to write that.

Onward! 🙂


How America’s surveillance networks helped the FBI catch the Capitol mob. (Check out the URL, if you click that, and you’ll find the word “privacy” buried in there.)

Arts Section

Beyond Vivaldi, a classical playlist to bring on the spring.

Embracing the slow road to find new appreciation.

Nothing beats a jaw-dropping TV plot twist — or several.


How Nancy Reagan helped end the Cold War.

The economist who predicted ‘working remotely’ in 1979.

We’re all in this together–unless you’re a Republican.


A Mental Facility Faces Its History

Pete Buttigieg: “I’m very mindful of the need to just put my head down and deliver”

A bunch of New Agers become even weirder more radical–what a shocker.

The Rosa Parks of D.C.

Gene Weingarten channels Dr. Suess!

Hey, Gene! Nice one there.

Have I ever mentioned my parody/ode/musical interlude? 🙂

PS: It is now 11:35 a.m. I think it was worth it. I hope you agree.

PPS: Happy Easter Monday! But this is timeless! 🙂

PPPS: From the blogosphere!

Strike Breaker? Or Fashion Risk Taker? You Decide!

And from Nik Nak’s Old Peculiar:

Well, at least it’s on brand. And April 25 is Independent Bookstore Day!

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