Thursday, March 25, 2010

4000 Words From Somewhere Else

While I should post here more often, here are a couple of longer posts from other blogs that could have been done here. (And isn't that really the same thing as doing them here?... I guess not.)

- My 3000-word 80th-birthday post about Stephen Sondheim, with clips galore.

- One more Sam Schwartz post, with the added twist of quoting (with permission) from a letter he wrote in 1980.

- This post features a transcript of a 1968 article from the Los Angeles Times written after TV networks slashed their season orders to 26 episodes, explaining how we got from the old 39-episode season to the modern season length.

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