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  • ilpenedelmiocor: OK, ordinarily, I honestly don’t really like either Puccini, Tucker, or Tebaldi — but my God, that is some... 3:14 AM
  • Sanford: Nope. No one blames me for my gastroparesis. But when I don’t follow my doctor’s advice and eat things that I know my... 2:47 AM
  • Howling in Tune: Scalia did have a brilliant legal mind. It’s just that he put it to uses that were morally repugnant. 1:55 AM
  • m. croche: httpv://www.youtub e.com/watch?v=9pYR lZgAYi8 1:11 AM
  • JohninSeattle: Is Gelb Elaine Stritch or is Gelb Nagg? 1:00 AM
  • Krunoslav: Do people blame you for your medical conditions? 12:50 AM
  • Sanford: No, but we can blame him for being drastically overweight which doesn’t help any of his other medical issues. 12:18 AM
  • antikitschychick: Well said. I can’t help but raise an eyebrow at all my friends’ statuses claiming he was “one of the... 12:17 AM

Topper

“…to a certain degree, good critics are no longer necessary to find. The phrase ‘Everybody’s a critic’ has taken on a universal cast. The internet encourages people to share their opinions with the world. In the theatre, the buzz created by chatroom chatters has become increasingly important to a show’s reputation before it opens. There are thousands of critics tapping away their opinions to whoever will listen – so who needs a paid pontificator to tell you what your opinion should be?” Stephen Sondheim rebuts Michael Kaiser and ponders the utility of Sanskrit to the librettist in excerpts from his new book Look, I Made a Hat: Collected Lyrics (1981-2011) with Attendant Comments, Amplifications, Dogmas, Harangues, Digressions, Anecdotes and Miscellany. (Photo: Getty Images)