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Steyn's Song of the Week

As Time Goes By

From The Mark Steyn Show, a valentine to one of the great iconic love songs:

Singer/pianist Carol Welsman comes from a very musical family (her grandfather was a founder of the Toronto Symphony), but she has a style all her own. Mark has always liked her version of "As Time Goes By" (from Carol's marvelous Benny Goodman album) and invited her along to recreate the song live on the show, with Michel Berthiaume on drums and Mathieu McConnell-Enright on bass. Click to enjoy:

As for Mark's tease about Carol's second great love song...

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Mark at the Movies

A Celluloid Mount Rushmore

From this weekend's Mark Steyn Show, here's an inaugural edition of Mark at the Movies, in which New York Post film critic Kyle Smith joins Steyn to look back at the Lyman Administration, the Mitchell Administration and the Shepherd Administration. If you don't remember those presidents, click below:

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Ave atque vale

"That's Not How We Do Things in Australia"

Bill Leak, the great cartoonist of The Australian, died of a heart attack in the early hours of Friday morning. He was 61. Like Andrew Bolt, I feel not only terrible sadness at his premature death, but also anger and resentment. Bill Leak was not gunned down at his office, like the writers and artists of Charlie Hebdo, nor did a murderous Somali axman break into his home, as happened to Kurt Westergaard, one of the Danish Mohammed cartoonists, nor did he have his last public appearance shot up ...

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Steyn on Culture

Choc and Awe

Steyn on the man who brought Kinder Eggs to the world (except America)

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On the Town

The Song Is Yule

Fifty years of Sinatra Christmas classics

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