"He instinctively can find the shining greatness of our American culture and does a good job of highlighting it (although he also does have those rare lapses when he writes about hockey, but that is something caused by impurities in the Eastern waters or something)." Erik Keilholtz
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Mark C. N. Sullivan is an editor at a Massachusetts university. He is married and the father of three children. Email
Allow me to wish heartiest buena suerte to the Uruguayan surfer who arrived here on a Google quest for Emma Peel in hot pants.
And greetings to visitors here by way of Euphemia. I must confess my attempts to decipher the referring page's Korean via Google translator have been largely for naught, rendering lines like: The ticket fault nose horn smallness field is biting with each other. The deplorable child till full the hall lye was to such a thing thought.
Rod Dreher's essay on Crunchy Conservatism inspired my own recent hunt for an image of Ben Franklin's (and the American Spectator's) favorite bird. Lo, I came across the small-town bibliophile turkeys above, captured by a photographer for the Mosquito in Carlisle, Mass., where a bear at the birdfeeder is not unknown.
"To love the little platoon we belong to in society, is the first principle (the germ as it were) of publick affections," Edmund Burke wrote. Chronicling Burke's little platoons in North Hampton, N.H., is local newspaper columnist Amy Kane, whose latest online venture, devoted to hometown goings-on, you don't have to be a townie to enjoy.