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Steyn's Song of the Week

My One And Only Love

Before St George's Day fades for another year, I thought we'd have a Sinatra English song. He sang a lot over the years, from Rudyard Kipling's barrack-room ballad "Road To Mandalay" and the most beautiful song of the Great War, "Roses Of Picardy", all the way to the Swingin' Sixties, and the Beatles' "Yesterday" and "Something", and John Barry and Don Black's "Born Free", and Geoff Stephens' "Winchester Cathedral", which Frank recorded because his friend Bennett Cerf, the founder of Random ...

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Mark at the Movies

The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy

One of my boys said to me the other day, "Hey, can we watch Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy?" - which surprised me because I thought the Hitchhiker's cult had waned sufficiently that it would have passed his generation by. As it happens, it's ten years ago this week since the movie came out - intended as the first of a series but received so badly that we'll be waiting for a sequel a long time. Nevertheless, I found the picture interesting as a study in adaptation, which is the main reason ...

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Ave atque vale

Rush's Right-Hand Man

Mark remembers the great Kit "HR" Carson

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Steyn on Culture

Ooze You Can Use

As we announced earlier, SteynOnline is marking the official launch of Hillary 2016! by rerunning some favorites of mine since I first started writing about Mrs Clinton back in the Nineties. So, as we pitch base camp on the Hill to die on, here's my review of her memoirs, Living History, from Britain's Sunday Telegraph of June 16th 2003.

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On the Town

Billie Holiday: Don't Explain

Steyn marks the centenary of a great singer, born one hundred years ago today in Philadelphia

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