roydocumentary: Louise Carter is a country girl. She likes cornbread, beans and pot roast. “Nothing fancy,” she says. But once, at a military banquet, she tasted a clam.
The American Connection
newyorker: Before there was François Truffaut, with his gargantuan series of interviews with Alfred Hitchcock that became a book, there was Peter Bogdanovich, who, in his early twenties—fifty years ago—was, in effect, New York’s première activist on behalf of the classic American cinema and its luminaries (most of whom were still alive and working)… Richard Brody on Peter Bogdanovich...
The New Yorker: The news, on the front page of the... →
newyorker: The news, on the front page of the Times this morning, that dozens of leading Republicans had signed an amicus brief to the Supreme Court in the case of Proposition 8, the California gay-marriage ban, merited the A1 treatment that it received. Despite their party and their own past…