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Walter and Trust

            Commenting on culture with a small c, that blur of ephemera constantly droning from the flat screen television in your kitchen, bedroom, living room, garage and the swivel mount in your recreational vehicle, used to be a much bigger part of what I do. Now, it’s mostly culture with a capital C: Art, performance, books, cartoon ducks. I miss it, from time to time, especially when ten inches of frothy prose on the subject of Walter Cronkite and Trust garners the link love (Romenesko, Slate) that a cultural scribe can only dream of. Join the herd.

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