During the 1960s and ‘70s, Newsweek’s arts coverage captured the great flourishing on an edgy American creativity.
Author and journalist Charles Michener is a former senior editor for cultural affairs at Newsweek and a former senior editor at The New Yorker.
The NBA icon's decision to quit Cleveland—and commandeer an hour of prime-time—exposed him as an ungrateful hypocritical poseur who cares only about his own vanity, Charles Michener writes.
Four years ago, John Kerry, bolstered by Springsteen, spoke in Ohio to a similar crowd. Today, Obama knows exactly what to say.