The new issue of the virtual magazine (the webzine), the parent to this weblog, Just Above Sunset - Volume 2, Number 30 - was posted to the net a few hours ago.
Specials in the photography pages - the caged Lilac Cadillac of Sunset Boulevard and a cherry Harley-Davidson Electra-Glide, AND John Slater's shots from the Pasadena Street Art Festival, AND a film studio builds at fake hamburger stand on Sunset.
Much on current events - expanded versions of what first appeared on this web log - and some items that didn't - with new commentary from friends here and in France.
Bob Patterson is back as The World's Laziest Journalist and this week's quotes - Doctor Johnson on life, and others on war....
Fixing Things: What to Make of the 9/11 Commission's Report
Book Notes: Social Darwinism as seen from Pasadena
UK Notes: Using the law to keep delusions under control... Us (US) as seen by them (UK).
Gloom and Doom: The Really Dismal Science and the Damned Invisible Hand
French Doctors: No one is neutral as you are with us or with the evildoers... regarding M?decins sans fronti?re
The Law: Lawsuits Destroying American Business (Trust the FDA?)
Sidebar: "How sharper than a serpent's tooth it is to have a thankless child!"
Boston and the Election
Boston: What to do with the apolitical majority...
Asked in Boston: Cain's Question
Boston 2: Psychoanalysts for Peace and Justice!
Election Notes: Events NOT Occurring in Boston (Oklahoma and Florida)
Dissent: You won't see Dick, unless you say the magic words...
Dissent 2: Keeping the Press in line... [all new and not published previously here]
WLJ Weekly: The World's Laziest Journalist - "Muster in Custer" or "East of Eden"?
Alabama: Audemus Jura Nostra Defendere
Quotes: Useful Pithy Observations... Doctor Johnson on life and others on war
Photography: Dislocations from the Present - the caged Lilac Cadillac of Sunset Boulevard and a cherry Harley-Davidson Electra-Glide...
Photography 2: The Pasadena Street Art Fair (as seen by John Slater)
Photography 3: The faux White Castle on Sunset, three blocks from home...
Hollywood at its oddest...
Posted by Alan at 18:12 PDT
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