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  • Archive for April 15th, 2007

    Sunday Stew

    Sunday, April 15th, 2007

    + Context matters. One of the world’s greatest musicians plays music by one of the worlds greatest composers on a centuries old instrument regarded as one of the world’s greatest musical treasures, and no one notices. The Washington Post writer debriefs the experiment here. + Empire State Building death plunge. Diana and I were just [...]

    Proud to be from Brooklyn

    Sunday, April 15th, 2007

    Could Jackie Robinson have integrated professional baseball — 8 years before Brown v. Board of Ed — anywhere other than in Brooklyn, New York? History records that Brooklyn Dodger President Branch Rickey defied every MLB franchise owner when he signed Robinson in 1946. But had the Dodgers played in Boston or Atlanta or any other [...]

    Which is more offensive?

    Sunday, April 15th, 2007

    I’ve written about this before, but in light of WFAN’s firing of Don Imus and today’s celebration of Jackie Robinson, I can’t help but wonder: Which is more offensive: Imus’ on-air comments or WFAN’s off-air hiring decisions? Tony Paige is WFAN’s only black radio personality among 41, and including Sweeny Murti, WFAN broadcasts only two [...]