The poet laureate of L.A.'s brothels and taco, who died on March 9, 1994, read his poetry, got drunk and put on his infamous one-man show for the last…
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It wasn't always easy getting to interview the great economist, but it was always worth it.
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Twelve years ago this month I jumped from the deck of the Daily Titanic and swam away from the sinking newspaper business. So far, so good.
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In honor of Opening Day 2021, here is my only slightly time-tattered collection of baseball articles and interviews.
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The New York Times launches a lopsided three-day attack on the Fox cable star whom it says is 'at the forefront of the nationalist forces reshaping…
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The former feminist icon's latest book 'The Bodies of Others' is a reaction to the new post-covid world where technology and government have declared…
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As I show in Dogging Steinbeck, Montana had a cameo in the author's iconic road book Travels With Charley
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In 1962 John Steinbeck's last major work hit No. 1 on the New York Times nonfiction list. In 2012 I proved why it should have been on the fiction list.
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The more you learn about MM, the more you see things like Netflix's 'The Mystery of Marilyn Monroe: The Unheard Tapes,' the more true you will find this…
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Right on the War on Drugs, right on the war in Iraq, right on the dangers of the Federal Reserve -- his libertarian positions from 2008 on government…
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To mark the coming of another season of our former national pastime, here is an instant replay of my feature on the lovable XXX-rated Dodgers manager…
In the early 1990s working conditions at the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette were pretty horrible but the journalism was top notch.