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Were we to describe novelist Robert Coover as a “postmodernist,” or say he is “avant-garde,” you’d be all,...
April 18. 12-1p. Bring your lunch to enjoy this Chautauqua performance by award-winning author and journalist Frank X. Mullen. Free. Lloyd D....
April 18. 7p. From “Rock Star: Supernova” to Pink Martini, a sold-out run of her one-woman show “Crazy Enough” (expanded...
The handy-dandy Ensign denial-to-resignation timeline
by Andrew Kiraly | posted April 22, 2011
From smug denial to a touchy air of "let's move past this" to okay-I-did-it-but-my-weasel-language-says-otherwise, a timeline of the Ensign resignation. (Ensi-gnation? Lame? Too soon?) Here's one of our fave nuggets, from the Washington Post:
August 2010 — Ensign sends letters to supporters insisting he is “absolutely” innocent of allegations that led to Senate Ethics Committee and the Justice Department probes; seeks contributions to his defense fund.
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