Category Archives: Petersburg Hotel

Anarchy in the old Capital

If Bonn was Washington, then Petersburg was Camp David, incidentally a fashion label worn unselfish-consciously around town by sturdy, short cropped men who would be horrified by the camp thing; Sontag readers they do not look like. In its marble … Continue reading

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Where Britain Lost its Morality (1938)

You’re only here once, so you’ve got to get it right– no time to fuss and fight –Coz life doesn’t mean much if it’s measured out in someone else’s time XTC, King for a Day, 1989 A lot of IPod … Continue reading

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