The effort to “delete” American novelist Norman Mailer

There is no let-up in the campaign to discredit and, if possible, eliminate artistic figures, past or present, whose work does not conform to the outlook and interests of the gender- and race-obsessed upper middle class.

David Walsh

“One of the great art forms that touches everyone”

Ronnie Spector, singing star of the 1960s, dies at 78

Spector was the lead singer for the Ronettes singing group, active from 1957 to 1967 and most famed for “Be My Baby.” The group also included her elder sister and a cousin. She pursued a solo career until her death.

David Walsh
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