Monthly Archives: September 2018

Kavanaugh’s crisis is good for America

Brett Kavanaugh, U.S. Supreme Court nominee. Brett Kavanaugh, high school sex attacker. How do we rationalize these two dichotomies and come to terms with the crisis he’s in? Let’s state up front, as Michelle Goldberg did in today’s Times, that when … Continue reading

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Let’s talk about the crisis in pro tennis

Most of the dust settled after Serena Williams took on the tennis establishment in the U.S. Open final last Saturday, but the deep crisis in professional tennis will linger for months. What’s left is the mess the mandarins of tennis … Continue reading

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Let’s talk about the crisis in pro tennis

Most of the dust settled after Serena Williams took on the tennis establishment in the U.S. Open final last Saturday, but the deep crisis in professional tennis will linger for months. What’s left is the mess the mandarins of tennis … Continue reading

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Why ‘no comment’ is always the worst option

Some time passed since my last post, but I plan to make them more regular. After 12 fantastic years at Mower, the best independent advertising and PR agency in the East, I decided to go out on my own. Solo. … Continue reading

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