HARVARD SQUARE COMMENTARY
A Political, Social, Literary Journal
When we arrived at our favorite hotel, in Tavistock Square, Bloomsbury, London - which now feels like a second home - one of the first things I did was to pick up a copy of the Camden New Journal...
We are currently being “treated” to more of the moral rot that infests both political parties and, consequently...
The following poem is based on the text of John Hersey’s classic...
• Victims of American Air Raids
• The Imperium Expands
• The Law of Unintended Consequences
• The Media Suckered
• When in Rome . . .
• It's Greek to Me!
Fleet Street, past where Temple Bar once stood, still emits the aura of being a great journalistic stretch...
Thoughts of E.R.Murrow, J.Arany, P.Aretino, and M.Twain
This edition of HSC is being published on the Monday set aside to acknowledge Memorial Day...
I planted some birdseed...
There could scarcely be a more caustic film review than Anthony Lane's account of The Da Vinci Code in the New Yorker. But when read carefully...
Felicity Huffman received an Academy Award nomination for her portrayal of Bree Osbourne in Transamerica - a nomination she richly deserved...
Volume II May 29, 2006 Number 19
Since I got home I've been reading H. V. Morton's In Search of Scotland and discovering many things about the places we visited which I didn't know, fully, when we were there...
We may be on the verge of a major change in political attitude. If we are, it's long overdue...
• Re: Potpourri (5/22/2006)
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