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warren-adler's picture
Oct.31.2009
The so-called mainstream media, once defined as the New York Times, the Washington Post, the Chicago Tribune, the Los Angeles Times, the Wall...
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Nov.17.2009
In my daily Manhattan world, where most of my friends and acquaintances are old style political groupies of a distinctly liberal bent, nothing gets...
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Nov.29.2009
The recent “crashing” of a Presidential State Dinner by a couple of wannabe celebrity publicity hounds sends chills up my spine, especially motivated...
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Jan.03.2010
Caught in the crosshairs in the current debate on the future of the traditional publishing industry is the often powerless, insecure and hapless...
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Feb.16.2010
How many times have you faced the dilemma of the monologist? You have begun a conversation with someone expecting a dialogue and quickly discover...
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Feb.17.2010
If you Google “How Many Ways to Skin a Cat?” you will get nearly five million entries. At first I was somewhat surprised by such an abundance of...
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Mar.08.2010
One need not be some egghead visionary to predict the future of the publishing industry in this age of technological revolution. Think of it this way...
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Mar.08.2010
The plight of a Marine K Company slugging it out in Afghanistan under hardships and conditions of which we sitting here comfortably in the States...
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Mar.24.2010
I am a great fan of Apple products, own an Apple computer and an iPhone, but I am not yet convinced that the upcoming iPad will dominate as the...
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warren-adler's picture
Apr.16.2010
In reading Richard Goldstein’s wonderful new book “Helluva Town” about New York City during the years of World War II, I was struck by the strange...
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Jul.15.2009
I’m straying from the subjects of reading and writing and critiquing this morning. Please indulge me these few nostalgic moments as I’ve thought...
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jayne-lyn-stahl's picture
Mar.11.2009
Back in 1995, I rented part of a private house in Douglaston, New York, from a lovely Greek couple. Harry, the husband, was a banker, and had been...
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jayne-lyn-stahl's picture
Jul.12.2009
Left for dead, and hung out to dry... by the Alternative Mainstream Media: Okay, it's not like I don't have better things to do now than belly wail...
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Aug.03.2009
Le monde n'existe pasentre nousje te cherche dansles rues de rilkeje te cherche dans les rues fellinisje te cherche dansun grandmagazinou les...
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jayne-lyn-stahl's picture
Jan.26.2010
With last week's Supreme Court ruling, corporations have been granted the right to free speech just like private citizens. Indeed, according to...
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Mar.09.2010
With the recent spotlight on a runaway Prius, few are paying any attention to the latest government plan to bail out failing banks with retirement...
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evelyn-sharenov's picture
Feb.25.2009
was published in last Sunday's Oregonian.  Here's a link to the online version. http://blog.oregonlive.com/books/2009/02/fiction_review_the_vagrants....
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Dec.23.2008
Today's Winner It's is the second day of Chanukah and today's winner of an autographed copy of Cool Jew in our EIGHT DAYS OF GIVEAWAYS is known only...
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Mar.12.2009
It’s not every day you can snag free Heebster swag. But this week, CoolJewBook.com and ModernTribe.com chose one lucky winner of the Cool Jew Gift...
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Jun.23.2009
Win Cool Jew, a schlep tote and $100 worth of loot in this Summer Reading Giveaway! PopJudaica.com is celebrating summer with a Summer Reading...
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Red Room Blogs banner photograph (at the top of the page) is of writer Ernest Hemingway with Lady Duff Twysden, Hadley Hemingway, and three unidentified people at a cafe in Pamplona, Spain, during the Fiesta of San Fermin in July 1925; photograph used courtesy of the Ernest Hemingway Collection, John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, Boston.