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by | Jan 18, 2023

“I am the eggman! I am the eggman!” So crooned the weird John Lennon in The Beatles’ iconic 1967 piece “I Am the Walrus.” The song spouted lots of gibberish, including about (and I quote) “yellow matter custard dripping from…

by | Dec 30, 2022

Vignettes and Vino: Dinner Table Stories from the Trump White House with Recipes and Cocktail Pairings By Brian and Teresa Morgenstern (Post Hill Press, 160 pages, $30) Washington, D.C.: the mere mention of it can make a conservative shudder. I…

by | Nov 26, 2022

Never did I imagine that I would one day be writing about the intersection between gnosticism and canola oil, but it seems that my hand has been forced, so here we are. Permit me to explain. I was perusing the…

by | Nov 22, 2022

Tomorrow is Thanksgiving and, in addition to giving thanks, you have to cook. This year it’s your turn, and you haven’t found a way to get out of it. Don’t worry; I know how to do it. I know how…

by | Nov 9, 2022

Turkey prices are soaring this Thanksgiving, and that’s just the tip of the iceberg. With food prices helping to drive inflation to a 40-year high, Americans are feeling the heat at grocery stores and during family dinners. It’s in this…

by | Sep 27, 2022

As a skipper, I hate being told what to do while on board. The girls screamed that if I accelerated too hard the towels would fall overboard. The boys howled. I accelerated in order to narrowly miss an oil tanker….

by | Jul 12, 2022

In a cringeworthy gaffe on Monday, first lady Jill Biden compared Latinos to tacos. In remarks to the San Antonio-based “Latinx IncluXion Luncheon,” the wife of President Joe Biden said that the Latino community was “as unique as the breakfast…

by | Jul 6, 2022

Amazon announced a deal with Grubhub on Wednesday to enable Amazon Prime subscribers to have free Grubhub+ delivery for a year. Under this deal, Amazon Prime members who use an Amazon portal to sign up for Grubhub+ can have their…

by | Jun 12, 2022

The past two years as recorded by the news media have felt like something out of the book of Revelation. First came the pale rider in early 2020, mounted on jetliners and sleeper trains, as coronavirus became a pandemic. His…

by | Apr 12, 2022

Rainy night. Pajamas on. The rain makes me hungry. I decide to go down to the pizza place — 48 steps from my bed. Just a coat on top of my pajamas. I scan the endless pizza menu. The letter…

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