Monthly Archives: February 2014

Too Much Tennyson

The trick is to make whatever you’ve done, however foolish, seem heroic, especially if it involves the Crimea. On October 25, 1854, it was the charge of British light cavalry, led by Lord Cardigan, against Russian forces during the Battle of Balaclava in the Crimean War, and that was … Continue reading

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Celebrating Disruption

After twenty years one becomes jaded. Hollywood just doesn’t seem that exciting, and the Sunset Strip is just irritating, at least at night. It’s the traffic, and the places people have decided they really must go. The Laugh Factory is … Continue reading

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