In case you missed it, here's how the last seven days looked to Mark:
~Mark started the week off with a Song of the Week on Hal David, a half of the Bacharach & David songwriting duo whose hits include "Alfie" and "Do You Know the Way to San José?"
~The New York Times finally got around to noticing the demography trends Mark was writing about a decade and a half ago, as Mark pointed out in a column Monday.
~Laura Rosen Cohen brought a truckload of new links for our online perusal Tuesday, spanning the week that was from the media's begrudging noting that maybe, just maybe, that Wuhan lab had something to do with Covid, to Canadian politicians' embrace of the permanent lockdown.
~We presented a special edition of The Mark Steyn Show Wednesday on free speech, featuring exchanges between Mark and professor Jordan Peterson, authors Lionel Shriver and Douglas Murray, as well as Mark's Canadian compatriots Tal Bachman, Andrew Lawton, and the late Kathy Shaidle.
~The Mark Steyn Show was back to audio form Wednesday, with a new episode tackling racist harpsichords, the one-year anniversary of George Floyd's death, Scottish wanker coppers and the attempted posthumous cancellation of Queen Victoria, among other timely topics.
~Singer-songwriter and SteynOnline guest columnist Tal Bachman delved further into his series on Wokism's origins, drawing inspiration from the Bible and Greek mythology.
~Part 14 of Mark Steyn's Passing Parade featured Mark's oft-requested farewell to Rev. Canaan "While You Were Sleeping We Helped Ourselves" Banana, plus Soviet agent and NEO bureaucrat Michael Whitney Straight.
~Rick McGinnis kept our Saturday night movie date with a journey through the Freed Unit's movie musicals, most notably It's Always Fair Weather starring Gene Kelly and Cyd Charisse.
A new week begins at SteynOnline later today.
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