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A Se'nnight of Steyn, July 8-14

Bonne fête nationale to SteynOnline's readers in France. (That's Bastille Day to the rest of you.) Whatever you're storming today, may it be fruitful. Here's how the last week looked for Steyn.

~We inched further along this week to tonight's grand finale of the latest Tale for our Time, Erskine Childers' lone novel The Riddle of the Sands. If you haven't been following this serialization or have found yourself lagging behind, you can catch up on all the episodes of this or any of our previous Tales over here.

~On Monday, Mark's old Canadian chum Andrew Lawton of London, Ontario reported from London, England on the show trial of Tommy Robinson. A few days later, as both Andrew and Tommy predicted, the latter was sent to jail for nine months, after being, as the t-shirt he wore to his sentencing put it, "convicted for journalism."

~Stateside, Mark shared his thoughts on rise of gender-fluid Oreos and a few untimely passings in his Tuesday Notebook.

~In this week's edition of Laura's Links, internet trawler Laura Rosen Cohen shared how European swimming pools are the new no-go zones, as well as how to turn your baby into shawarma, which is cuter than it sounds.

~As America's Great Woke Democratic Primary® continues, Mark explored how the hair-splitting over the candidates' origins is overshadowing any crazy things like policy discussions.

~And if the space cadets seeking the Democratic nomination aren't far enough out of this world for you, last night's Mark at the Movies feature by guest columnist Kathy Shaidle delved into an underrated, interstellar cult classic, Galaxy Quest.

Our upcoming Second Annual Mark Steyn Club Cruise has sold out, but, our first Mediterranean cruise slated for next year is already taking bookings. We'd love to have you along.

A new week at SteynOnline begins this evening with the conclusion of our latest Tale for our Time, made with the support of The Mark Steyn Club. If you've got a friend who's a fan of classic fiction in audio, we hope you'll consider sending him or her a special Gift Membership: They'll get to enjoy Mark's audio archive, all easily accessible from our brand new Netflix-style Tales for Our Time home page.

July 14, 2019 at 9:00 am  |  Permalink

A Se'nnight of Steyn, July 1-7

Another banner week at SteynOnline, replete with national birthdays and another judicial victory. Here's how the last seven days looked for Steyn.

~Mark's daily serialization of his latest Tale for our Time, Erskine Childers' one and only novel The Riddle of the Sands, continued along. We're up to part 23 now, with the 24th instalment coming up this evening. But fear not, late-adopters: you can pick things up from the beginning at the Tales for our Time homepage.

~On Monday, Mark paid tribute to the 152nd birthday of his home and native land of Canada with a special Dominion Day essay. As he geared up for the occasion he did this sit-down with his old chum Conrad Black, you may recall.

~Mark's Tuesday Notebook took a look at the wokefication of the 2020 Democratic primary debates, and Antifa's assault of a gay, Asian journalist who doesn't hew to the left's worldview.

~Some breaking news took over the SteynOnline banner Wednesday as Steyn emerged victorious from both New York's appellate court and the American Arbitration Association in another pair of CRTV's many lawsuits against him.

~We wrapped ourselves in the red, white and blue for Independence Day with a special song for the season, George M Cohan's You're a Grand Old Flag.

~Laura Rosen Cohen's rapid-fire new feature, Laura's Links, took us from Justin Trudeau's briefcase to a miniature Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez to the unwokeness of the Dalai Lama.

~For your weekend viewing pleasure, guest film columnist Kathy Shaidle delved into the quiz show satire Champagne for Caesar, starring Ronald Colman.

We can't promise the Mark Steyn Cruise will be a woke affair, but if our maiden voyage last year is any indication it will certainly be a fun and memorable one. Laura Rosen Cohen and Kathy Shaidle will be aboard our upcoming trek to Alaska; while this one is sold out, you can get in early for next year's Mediterranean cruise by heading on over to our cruise homepage. For year-round enjoyment of SteynOnline content, do look into taking up a membership in the Mark Steyn Club. From the entire Tales for our Time back catalogue to transcripts of SteynOnline content to commenting privileges, there's lots of fun to be had in the Club. Consider bringing a friend in with a special Gift Membership.

July 7, 2019 at 8:01 am  |  Permalink

A Se'nnight of Steyn, June 24-30

As we wind into July, things are still hopping at SteynOnline. Here's how the last seven days looked.

~Mark's take on the world's first spy novel, Erskine Childers' The Riddle of the Sands, continued. Part 17 of this latest Tale for our Time will be coming up this evening, but Mark Steyn Club members can start from the beginning of this or any of our previous serializations over at the brand new Tales for our Time homepage.

~As the United Kingdom inches toward what looks like a Boris Johnson premiership, Mark shared his thoughts on his former editor and what his rise says about the demise of the ruling class.

~Club member from Down Under Kate Smyth gave a stellar defence of womanhood in the face of intersectional progressiveness in her debut guest column at SteynOnline.

~With the news that "independent" special counsel Robert Mueller has a date with congressional Democrats in a couple of weeks, Mark recalled a piece he wrote nearly two years ago about the DC swamp-dwellers who still seem just as present now as they were then.

~Laura Rosen Cohen's rapid-fire round-up of rascals and rapscallions returned on Thursday, with a deep dive into the world's insanity.

~Three-time Mark Steyn Show guest Tal Bachman penned a moving tribute to the late Elliot Roberts, the longtime manager to Neil Young and Joni Mitchell, among others, who died last week.

~To welcome in the weekend, summer film columnist Kathy Shaidle wrote about one of the only Westerns she can tolerate, Westward the Women.

Tal, Laura, Kate and Kathy will all be aboard the upcoming Mark Steyn Cruise to Alaska, alongside Dennis Miller and Michele Bachmann. It's sold out, regretfully, but offers a taste of the caliber of people you'll find on our voyages. Our third, which hits the Mediterranean next year, is already booking up. Lots of fun to be had ashore, however, in the Mark Steyn Club. From the entire Tales for our Time back catalogue to transcripts of SteynOnline content to commenting privileges, there's lots of fun to be had in the Club. Consider bringing a friend in with a special Gift Membership.

June 30, 2019 at 9:00 am  |  Permalink

A Se'nnight of Steyn, June 17-23

It's been a busy week at SteynOnline. here's how the last seven days looked to Mark:

~Mark continued his daily summer serialization of Erskine Childers' The Riddle of the Sands for Tales for our Time, part 10 of which will be up this evening. If you haven't yet started the series, Mark Steyn Club members can find them all on our new Netflix-inspired Tales for our Time homepage.

~On Monday, Mark celebrated the four-year anniversary of the escalator ride that both upended American politics and changed the world.

~Mark's old chum and fellow Canadian Andrew Lawton shared his thoughts on the Canadian Liberal party giving section 13 of the country's human rights act the Lazarus effect, much to the detriment of free speech.

~With former Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi's courtroom death, Mark weighed in on Morsi's reign and legacy in The Brother Who Blew It.

~Back by popular demand, Laura Rosen Cohen shared Laura's Links with us on Thursday, an electronic expedition from Michiganstahn to the Vatican and back.

~On Friday, Mark debuted the latest episode of The Mark Steyn Show, an hour-long sit-down chat with Conrad Black about his new book The Canadian Manifesto.

~To welcome in the weekend, guest movie columnist Kathy Shaidle took a look at the paradoxical but award-winning Bengali classic Pather Panchali.

~Saturday, Mark reflected on the 50th anniversary of Judy Garland's untimely passing by sharing his much-requested 2005 obituary of Garland's ex-husband Sid Luft. The tribute continues tonight with a Garland-themed Song of the Week.

Whether musing about Judy Garland or Mohamed Morsi is your bag, there will be lots of time for that aboard the Mark Steyn Cruise. Our upcoming cruise to Alaska is sold out, but we're briskly booking cabins for our third voyage, which hits the Mediterranean Sea next year. If you prefer to engage with like-minded folks from around the world away from the open waters, consider joining the Mark Steyn Club or bringing a friend into the fold with a special Gift Membership.

June 23, 2019 at 8:58 am  |  Permalink

A Se'nnight of Steyn, June 10-16

A happy Father's Day to all of the dads and grandads out there. In celebration of fatherhood, Mark shared a special song for the season this morning.

In case you missed it, here's how the last seven days looked to Steyn:

~The week began with the latest of our Sunday Poems: Mark's reading of Dante Gabriel Rossetti's "The Ballad of Dead Ladies". All our video poems are now collected in one easy-to-access Netflix-style Steyn's Sunday Poems home page.

~For Sunday evening Mark revisited a rather triumphalist Song of the Week, We Are the Champions by Queen (as in Freddie Mercury, not Her Majesty.)

~Monday brought us across the pond as Mark looked at the somewhat debaucherous oneupsmanship unfolding in the race to replace Theresa May as Britain's Conservative leader.

~On Tuesday, the one week anniversary of Mark's testimony before Canada's justice and human rights committee, he shared Lindsay Shepherd's take on the cross-partisan interrogation on Parliament Hill.

~Wednesday brought the return of Mark's Mailbox, featuring a deep dive into the lack of conservatism in many self-styled Conservative political parties across the west, as well as Mark's answers to a number of other Club members' questions.

~We kicked off a new feature on Thursday to much acclaim: Laura's Links, by guest columnist Laura Rosen Cohen. We're pleased to say Laura's rapid-fire traipsing through the news of the world will be back next week and throughout the summer.

~To mark the second anniversary of the Grenfell Tower fire in London, Mark took another look at what he wrote in the initial wake of the tragedy.

~Heading into the weekend, we kicked off a thrilling new Tales for our Time, Erskine Childers' lone work of fiction, The Riddle of the Sands. It's not too late to get caught up, with the first installment here, followed by Part Two here.

~Our old friend Kathy Shaidle took the reins of Mark at the Movies on Saturday, bringing SteynOnline readers aboard the England-bound ship in the 1936 film Dodsworth.

It will be a particularly enjoyable read for those joining us aboard September's Alaskan Mark Steyn Cruise, or next year's voyage through the Mediterranean. While the upcoming cruise has sold out, cabins are available for the third iteration of Steyn at Sea, with such special guests as Conrad Black, John O'Sullivan and Douglas Murray. For those seeking more information, give our cruise coordinator Cindy a call at 1-800-707-1634, or from outside North America +1 (770) 952-1959.

For those who can't make it on the cruise, you'll find lots to keep you busy in The Mark Steyn Club, from Tales for our Time to Topical Takes. For those already in the Club, consider bringing a friend into the fold with a special Gift Membership. SteynOnline content is easier than ever to navigate with our new Netflix-inspired Tales for Our Time home page.

June 16, 2019 at 9:00 am  |  Permalink

A Se'nnight of Steyn, June 3-9

Later this morning Mark will be presenting the latest in his series of Steyn's Sunday Poems. Following the success of our new Netflix-style Tales for Our Time home page, we've re-organized Mark's archive of video poems into a similar easy-to-access tile format.

Meanwhile, in case you missed it, here's how the last seven days looked to Steyn:

~The month bust out and the week started with Mark's thoughts on useless Tories on either side of the Atlantic, a sheepish Wolf, and the convoluted trail that brought Leon Redbone to America.

~On Monday Steyn joined Tucker Carlson to consider Kanye West's weariness with celebrity-liberal group-think. Click below to watch:

~Tuesday found Mark back in Ottawa to give evidence to the House of Commons Committee on Justice and Human Rights re the proposed return of Section 13 - the "hate-speech" law Steyn helped get repealed seven years ago. It was the strangest parliamentary hearing Mark has ever attended, beginning with the decision to de-televise the event and move it to audio only, which you can hear in full here.

~Between the switch-off of the cameras and the sacking of the MP who invited Steyn, the free-speech hearing attracted a lot of media comment. Mark rounded it up in his Wednesday column.

~On Thursday Steyn observed the 75th anniversary of D-Day. It was our most read piece of the week.

~The week ended with Mark's interview by David Menzies on the parlous state of free speech:

~Our Saturday movie date marked the centenary of one of the most influential acting teachers.

There's more than video poetry in The Mark Steyn Club. If you've a friend who's a fan of classic fiction in audio, we hope you'll consider sending him or her a special Gift Membership: Your chum will get to enjoy not only our latest adventure, and our brand new tale starting this Friday, but also Mark's readings of Conan Doyle, Robert Louis Stevenson, Conrad, Kafka, Kipling, Gogol, Scott Fitzgerald, Jack London, Baroness Orczy and many more, all easily accessible from our brand new Tales for Our Time home page.

Much of what we do here each month, including Tales for Our Time, Steyn's Song of the Week and our Sunday Poem, we also do live and on water on our Mark Steyn Club Cruises. Our Second Annual Steyn Cruise has, alas, sold out, but we've just announced our Third Annual Steyn Cruise, with special guests including the Trump-pardoned Conrad Black, the fearless Douglas Murray and more. For more information, call +1 (770) 952-1959 if you're dialing from beyond North America - and, if you're calling from Canada or the US, it's 1-800-707-1634. Or you can email your query here.

A new week at SteynOnline begins later this morning with our Sunday Poem - and continues tonight with Steyn's Song of the Week.

June 9, 2019 at 7:16 am  |  Permalink

A Se'nnight of Steyn, May 27-June 2

In case you missed it, here's how the last seven days looked to Mark:

~On Memorial Day Steyn presented a song for the season, some thoughts on war and sacrifice, and then roped in the real talent in the family.

~Mark's Tuesday's column looked at the European elections - the Tories' worst result since 1678, Labour's worst since 1910, and the Brexit Party's best since it was founded six weeks ago: it was our most read piece of the week.

~On Wednesday Steyn hosted another Clubland Q&A taking questions live from Mark Steyn Club members around the planet on Robert Mueller's press conference, the Brexit betrayal, the Green sweep of Europe, Mark's ties to Tony Blair, the appropriate music for Mr Standfast and much more. You can listen to the full show here.

~On Thursday Steyn joined Tucker Carlson to discuss, as we gallop toward impeachment, the strange alliance between Robert De Niro and one thousand federal prosecutors:

~Mark's Friday column previewed his return to Ottawa to give evidence to the House of Commons on whether to restore the revolting Section 13. Along with Lindsay Shepherd and John Robson, Steyn will be speaking to the Justice and Human Rights Committee this Tuesday, June 4th, at 8.45am. If you're in the vicinity of Canada's capital, do come along and say hello.

~Our Saturday movie date marked the passing of Claus von B├╝low - the film critic's critic.

As our second-birthday celebrations of The Mark Steyn Club come to a close, we're delighted by all those who've decided to hop aboard for our third year. Angela, from California's Central Valley, says simply:

I am very happy with my membership.

Thank you, Angela. We're not sure we can handle such unqualified contentment. From New York's Hudson Valley, Barbara feels likewise and adds:

I also just signed out for the second sold-out Cruise and can't wait to see all the super Steyn fans in Sept!

Barbara sang a mean "Girl from Ipanema" on last year's Steyn cruise, so we're interested to hear what's on the set list for Alaska. As Barbara noted, our Second Annual Mark Steyn Club Cruise has sold out, so to mark our second birthday we've announced our Third Annual Mark Steyn Club Cruise, with special guests including the Trump-pardoned Conrad Black, the fearless Douglas Murray and more.

There are many different aspects to The Mark Steyn Club. If you've a friend who's a fan of classic fiction in audio, we hope you'll consider sending him or her a special Gift Membership: Your chum will get to enjoy not only our latest adventure, but also Mark's readings of Conan Doyle, Robert Louis Stevenson, Conrad, Kafka, Kipling, Gogol, Scott Fitzgerald, Jack London, Baroness Orczy and many more, all easily accessible from our brand new Netflix-style Tales for Our Time home page.

A new week at SteynOnline begins this evening with our Song of the Week, and continues with Mark's Tuesday appearance in the Canadian Parliament.

June 2, 2019 at 8:28 am  |  Permalink

A Se'nnight of Steyn, May 20-26

Happy European Elections Day to our Continental readers and Happy eve of Memorial Day to our American readers. We will have observances of the former and analysis of the latter later today and tomorrow.

Meanwhile, in case you missed it, here's how the last seven days looked to Mark:

~The week began with a Steyn Club second-birthday live-performance edition of our Song of the Week with Mark talking to Peter Noone of Herman's Hermits about a hit all over the world. Click below to watch:

~Monday was a busy day for Steyn, with double duty on Rush and Tucker. He started with America's Number One radio show, and then swung by "Tucker Carlson Tonight" to consider Robert De Niro's call for the arrest and incarceration of Trump.

~Tuesday's brand new edition of The Mark Steyn Show presented the second part of Mark's in-depth interview with Deep State Target George Papadopoulos, including amazing tales of honey traps and money traps - and the tragic personal cost to George and his wife.

For Part One of Steyn's Papadopoulos interview please see here.

~On Wednesday Mark previewed the release from prison of the American Taliban, John Walker Lindh. It was our most-read piece of the week. He also returned to The Rush Limbaugh Show to contemplate another year and a half of investigation without end.

~On Thursday Steyn joined Tucker Carlson to discuss Nancy Pelosi's prayers for the President only to find that breaking news intervened.

~The week ended with a third appearance behind the Golden EIB Microphone - and the launch of our second-anniversary Tale for Our Time: Mark reads an E M Forster classic predicting the age of the Internet, The Machine Stops. To listen to Part One, click here. To listen to Part Two, click here.

Tales for Our Time is made with the support of The Mark Steyn Club, currently celebrating its second birthday. If you've a friend who's a fan of classic fiction in audio, we hope you'll consider sending him or her a special Gift Membership: They'll get to enjoy not only this latest adventure, but also Mark's readings of Conan Doyle, Robert Louis Stevenson, Conrad, Kafka, Kipling, Gogol, Scott Fitzgerald, Jack London, Baroness Orczy and many more, all easily accessible from our brand new Netflix-style Tales for Our Time home page.

~Saturday's edition of Mark's Mailbox found Steyn answering questions from Club members around the planet on on the rise of the Brexit Party, the shame of Canada's Afghan war "memorial", the fetters of our betters, and other lively topics:

Later our weekend movie date celebrated the bicentennial of Queen Victoria with her ghillie and her munshi.

On this second birthday of The Mark Steyn Club, we're delighted by all those who've decided to hop aboard for our third year. Stephen, a Wisconsin Club member, says:

Keep up the good and great and funny and brilliant and blithe and important work you do every day for us our country and our civilization.

Thank you, Stephen. We think you've pretty much covered it.

To mark our second birthday, and because our Second Annual Mark Steyn Club Cruise has sold out, we've announced our Third Annual Mark Steyn Club Cruise, with special guests Conrad Black, Douglas Murray and more.

A new week at SteynOnline begins this evening with the conclusion of The Machine Stops and our Memorial Day edition of Steyn's Song of the Week.

May 26, 2019 at 8:12 am  |  Permalink

A Se'nnight of Steyn, May 13-19

It was a busy week, starting with the death of Doris Day, proceeding through the pardon of Conrad Black and the launch of De Blasio 2020, and ending with a Dutch triumph at Eurovision and the victory of Scott Morrison Down Under, about which Steyn will have more to say in the coming days. Meanwhile, in case you missed it, here's how the last seven days looked to Mark:

~The week began with Steyn marking the centenary of "America's best loved Commie", and telling the convoluted story of "his" biggest hit, "The Lion Sleeps Tonight".

~On Monday Doris Day died and Mark remembered their conversation on pooches and pictures: It was our most read piece of the week. Later that day he joined Tucker Carlson to consider Alyssa Milano's celebrity sex strike and that he knew Bette Midler before she was a virgin. Click below to watch:

~Tuesday's brand new edition of The Mark Steyn Show presented the first part of Mark's in-depth interview with Deep State Target George Papadopoulos:

Part Two of Steyn's Papadopoulos interview will air on Tuesday.

~On Wednesday Mark hosted another Clubland Q&A taking questions live from Mark Steyn Club members around the planet on the attempted Deep State coup against Trump, plus Brexit and Tommy Robinson and much more. You can listen to the full show here.

~On Thursday Steyn and Tucker Carlson pondered the latest Democrat to enter the presidential primary. He did it to Staten Island Chuck, he can do it to America.

~On Friday Mark returned to the pages of The National Post to celebrate the pardon of Conrad Black and bemoan the corrupt and depraved US federal justice system. Elsewhere in the Post they seemed under the impression that he'd been fired from America's Number One radio show. If so, no one told Steyn, and he'll be back behind the Golden EIB Microphone tomorrow, Monday, at 12 noon Eastern/9am Pacific.

~Our weekend diversions included Mark's appreciation of Doris Day on screen, and two Tales for Our Times audio specials to celebrate the series' second birthday - the first sampling some of Steyn's serializations of Conan Doyle, H G Wells, Jack London, Joseph Conrad, Scott Fitzgerald and more; and the second sampling some of the accompanying music by Elgar, Mahler, Brahms, Mussorgsky and more.

Tales for Our Time is made with the support of The Mark Steyn Club. If you've a friend who's a fan of classic fiction in audio, we hope you'll consider sending him or her a special Gift Membership: They'll get to enjoy not only Mark's audio archive, all easily accessible from our brand new Netflix-style Tales for Our Time home page, but also his latest tale, which launches this coming Friday.

On this second birthday of The Mark Steyn Club, we're delighted by all those who've decided to hop aboard for our third year. Brandon, a Florida Club member, says:

Congratulations on the success of the club! Thank you for all of the great content!!

My pleasure, Brandon. And Pauline, a Steyn Clubber from Scotland, adds:

Thanks Mark for a great two years of info and humour.

To mark our second birthday, our Second Annual Mark Steyn Club Cruise has sold out, but, if you'd like to be waitlisted in case a cabin opens up, please email our excellent cruise manager. If you're one of our many European readers, we'll be announcing details of our first Mediterranean cruise in the next few days.

A new week at SteynOnline begins this evening with a special live-performance edition of our Song of the Week and continues with Mark's Monday guest-hosting stint on America's Number One radio show and Part Two of his interview with George Papadopoulos.

May 19, 2019 at 5:25 am  |  Permalink

A Se'nnight of Steyn, May 6-12

Happy Mother's Day to all the moms, mums, mas and maters among our readers. Mark has some songs for the season.

Meanwhile, in case you missed it, here's how the last seven days looked to Steyn:

~The week began with two important milestones - the fortieth anniversary of the dawn of the Thatcher era, and the start of The Mark Steyn Club's third year. With respect to the latter, we thank all those First Week Founding Members from two Mays ago who've decided to sign up for another twelve months - and we marked our second birthday with a celebratory beverage, a brand new and user-friendly home page for Tales for Our Time, and a cavalcade of Non-Stop Nearly Number Ones, in which Mark talked to Chuck Berry, Men at Work, Julio Iglesias, Leonard Bernstein and other hitmakers about some of the not quite biggest-selling records of all time. For more on the Steyn Club, see below.

~On Monday Mark joined Tucker Carlson to consider the Democrats' increasing indifference to the results of elections. Click below to watch:

~On Tuesday Steyn addressed another reason to celebrate The Mark Steyn Club's second birthday: Everywhere else is being shut down. "The Post-Free Speech World" was our most read piece of the week.

~On Wednesday Mark returned to the John Oakley show to discuss everything from government by fax machine to Harry and Meghan's choice of baby name. Click below to listen:

~On Thursday Steyn returned "Tucker Carlson Tonight" to ponder the political classes' preference for Mushroom Man over Marlboro Man:

~On Friday we reached the thrilling conclusion of Mark's latest audio adventure, his serialization of the H G Wells classic The Island of Dr Moreau. Click for Part Ten, for Part Eleven, Part Twelve, Part Thirteen, Part Fourteen and Part Fifteen - or, for a good old-fashioned binge-listen right from the beginning, please click here.

Tales for Our Time is made with the support of the aforementioned Mark Steyn Club. If you've a friend who's a fan of classic fiction in audio, we hope you'll consider sending him or her a special Gift Membership: They'll get to enjoy not only this latest adventure, but also Mark's readings of Conan Doyle, Robert Louis Stevenson, Conrad, Kafka, Kipling, Gogol, Scott Fitzgerald, Jack London, Baroness Orczy and many more, all easily accessible from our brand new Netflix-style Tales for Our Time home page.

~Steyn's weekend column addressed "the village idiots of Brexit", the dark corruption at the heart of the FBI, and a comedian whose biggest laugh was a newspaper headline.

~Our weekend movie date mourned the passing of Spider-Man screenwriter Alvin Sargent with a film about a very different kind of web.

On this second birthday of The Mark Steyn Club, we're delighted by all those who've decided to hop aboard for our third year. Bobby, a Maryland Club member, says:

Keep up the good fight. Keep the lights of liberty lit.

We will, Bobby. And Richard, a Victorian Clubber from Down Under, adds:

See you on the cruise!

So we will, Richard - where we'll be doing all our regular features - The Mark Steyn Show, Song of the Week, Steyn's Sunday Poem - but live and on water.

A new week at SteynOnline begins this evening with our Song of the Week and continues through the week with more second-birthday observances.

May 12, 2019 at 8:44 am  |  Permalink

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