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Author Archives: Terence Clarke

“Howl,” Your Morals, and the FCC

Will your mind be poisoned by a poem? Read More »

Book Review: Fashion, Fine Shoulders and Poiret at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

The man who "dethroned the primacy and destabilized the paradigm of Western fashion." Read More »

Globalization?

May not be a bad thing, especially if it works on your feelings. Read More »

Kitty Margolis: The Heart and Soul of A Jazz Singer, Part 4

Part four of a four-part series. Read More »

Interview: Kitty Margolis, The Heart and Soul of A Jazz Singer, Part 3

Part 3 of a 4-part interview series. Read More »

Interview: Kitty Margolis, The Heart and Soul of A Jazz Singer, Part 2

Part two of a four-part interview series. Read More »

The Great Cafés: Caffé Trieste, San Francisco

A writer reflects on coffee, obscenity, and Allen Ginsberg. Read More »

Kitty Margolis: The Heart And Soul Of A Jazz Singer (Part 1)

Part one of a four-part interview series. Read More »

Tango, Fine Spanish Wine, and Carlos Gavito

With this maestro, you got all these things - and more. Read More »

The Greatest Maestro of Tango in The World

If you want to learn – to really learn -- you’d better go to Gustavo Naveira. Read More »