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bob-mustin's picture
Jan.05.2013
  Newsweek hasn't been a news weekly for a while now. In this devoted reader's mind, it's been a journalistic sham since Tina Brown took over and the magazine had to carry the blogger baggage of The Daily Beast. In this final edition, Brown does give credit to Christopher Dickey for...
bob-mustin's picture
Jan.05.2013
Newsweek hasn't been a news weekly for a while now. In this devoted reader's mind, it's been a journalistic sham since Tina Brown took over and the magazine had to carry the blogger baggage of The Daily Beast. In this final edition, Brown does give credit to Christopher Dickey for...
chitra-banerjee-divakaruni's picture
Aug.02.2011
  This is an amazing festival, quite unlike any of the others I have ever been invited to participate in, in India or any other country. My friend Pico Iyer who had been there before told me it would be chaotic, vibrant, effervescent and memorable--and it was all of those things. It made me...
farzana-versey's picture
Jun.30.2011
Making a cult figure into a caricature is par for the course and in fact an ‘occupational hazard’. So, doing a ‘Diana at 50’ is not quite as repulsive as the devotees of divadom would like to believe. What is a tad ugh is that it appears in Newsweek and not Hello or Ok or Vanity Fair or Marie...
bob-mustin's picture
Jun.23.2011
I've said it before: I haven't been a big fan of NEWSWEEK since Tina Brown became its editor; still, it's better now than the royal mess it was. Its limitations remain those of a society with a thirty-second attention span and a blogosphere with cranky, sensationalistic rants. Why do I read it?...
jennifer-kathleen-gibbons's picture
Apr.18.2008
             I've been listening to Tina Brown's The Diana Chronicles on audio book. Back when I was a kid, I loved everything about royalty, princes and princesses. When I was nine, my mother woke me up at six-thirty in the morning to watch Prince Charles get married to Princess Diana. I remember...