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‘Mad Men’ Rewind: A Tony-Inspired Musical Commentary


A post-Tonys musical reflection on Mad Men's finale. Read More »

Mad Men: “Man With A Plan”


Dealing with the challenges of an impulsive merger and partner control issues. Read More »

Mad Men: “For Immediate Release”

Impulsive reactions lead to game-changing actions. Another new agency. Read More »

Mad Men: Did Peggy Channel DDB? Catsup vs Ketchup

Peggy Hit The Mark On Heinz. A Look Back At A Real Heinz Ketchup Commercial. Read More »

Mad Men Episode 4: “To Have and to Hold”

Loyalty lost. Heinz gone. Harry's ultimatum. Joan's resilience. Read More »

Mad Men: Collaborators, Conspirators, and Consternation

Is Anyone Happy On Mad Men? Peggy's Accidental Betrayal, Pete's Blunder,Don's Collapse. Read More »

Mad Men Season 6 Premiere: The Doorway To High Times And Unhappiness

SCDP Rings Out 1967. Super Bowl Queen Peggy Olson. Death Wish Don Draper. Roger Rolls On. Read More »

Book Review: The Me Generation… By Me: Growing Up in the ’60s by Ken Levine

The Me Generation... By Me is a funny, realistic memoir of growing up in the '60s Read More »

The Women Of Mad Men Finish Strong

Joan leads. Peggy soars. Megan stars. Don ponders. Read More »

Mad Men: Tragedy, Irony, and the Pursuit of Happiness

Don and Roger think big. Lane checks out. Ken checks in. Read More »