Monthly Archives: March 2016

‘Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice’ review

Batman vs. Superman is a long film. It’s a long film because it’s a comic book series that forgot it was a film. What I mean by that is that it’s paced as if it was a series of comic … Continue reading

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Terrorism then, terrorism now

The attacks in Brussels are taking me back 31 years. When I first arrived at USA Today, I was assigned to the library (which served as the news clippings morgue) as well as a research center. It was also where … Continue reading

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DC’s Cherry Blossoms, Miami and bureaucrats

It’s spring in Washington which means it’s all about the cherry… blossoms. This year we’ve been blessed with several days of warmer-than-normal weather. The blossoms are reacting in the usual fashion, blossoming before the festivities. The National Cherry Blossom Festival … Continue reading

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#TurquoiseMountain and #CulturedVultures

Updates, updates… I’m now reviewing and contributing to a UK website known as CulturedVultures. It’s fun to  have a home. Nothing that appears here will appear on CV but I am going to link to the CVs pieces, whether or not … Continue reading

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