Category Archives: Xenophobia

The World is Worried

Friday evening, July 25, in Hollywood – the sun drops away and the half-light is failing, and a light fog is inching in off the Pacific, and they say we’ll be socked in at dawn. It’s a damned film noir … Continue reading

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Goodbye Columbus

No, no, no – this is not about that famous collection of stories from Phillip Roth, Goodbye Columbus, or about the film made from the title story, the one with the extraordinarily forgettable Richard Benjamin. No, on Thursday, July 24, … Continue reading

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