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  • LI lawmaker calls his laureate plan 'poetic justice'

     
    Former Gov. Mario Cuomo once said politicians campaign in poetry and govern in prose. But Suffolk Legis. Wayne Horsley (photo, left) has decided lawmakers can only be ???hoist by their own petard??? picking a county poet laureate. Caught in......
  • 'American Idol': First 12 semifinalists perform

     
    Tonight, the first 12 of the 36 semifinalists on American Idol will take to the stage -- live! And sorry, y'all. Jamar Rogers is still not on the list of semifinalists, but he is in the audience. (There was a......
  • Barack Obama: 'Power of words'

     
    by Mark Silva With the East Room of the White House converted briefly into what a pool reporter inside the hall called a "jazz lounge with mood lighting'' last night, the first couple played host to ""An Evening of Poetry,......
  • The Meat Week haiku

     
    John, good news! You didn't miss Meat Week! ELI feel like I missed Meat Week. Still, I want to honor it. Never better than late. That’s my motto. Here’s my Meat Week Haiku: .........
  • Making poetry out of a sow's ear

     
    Scrapple, the ultimate mystery meat, turns out to be quite the poetic muse. The first annual Dining@Large Scrapple Poetry Contest drew so many hifalutin entries that I brought in a man of letters as judge: John McIntyre.John is returning to......
  • Scrapple: poetry in a pan

     
    Laura Lee, who bagged second place in the Dining@Large scrapple poetry contest with "Piedmont Pastoral," has claimed and cooked up her winnings: 2 pounds of Truck Patch Farms scrapple. After unseemly arm twisting on my part, the poetess agreed to......
  • 'Spiteful rake, you got your butter's worth'

     
    Choosing a winner in the Anthony Bourdain/Paula Deen/Mrs. Butterworth poetry contest was no easy task.I anticipated sorting through a few ribald limericks given the subject matter: sex, syrup and two TV foodies. But instead of the man from Peru, I......
  • 'The Bachelorette': Spoiled in the first five minutes (again)

     
    Here's Kathryn on tonight's Bachelorette, which she slogged through despite, well, you'll see:Yet again the previews ruin the show. Based on the first two minutes of the show I know the following: Kasey, although he may be creepy, doesn't hurt......
  • 'The Bachelorette' recap:

     
    Here's Kathryn on The Bachelorette, including ... well, I don't want to spoil it for you: So I finally got hip and didn't watch the 'This week, on The Bachelorette' previews. I still have suspicions on who gets one of......
  • 'American Idol' recap: Top 13 perform

     
    Janell reports on last night's American Idol. I thought some of the kids did their own idols proud; others, not so much:Season 10 Top 13 recap, people! We made it to another milestone. The sands of the hourglass keep on......
  • 'American Idol' recap: Top 12 perform

     
    Janell reports on last night's American Idol:The Top 12 are performing tonight, and the theme is not “whatever you want,” for a change. It’s “Song From the Year You Were Born” night, a theme which will make the viewing...