Key West Today: Hemingway Would Hate It

[Yesterday, I posted about the Ken Burns documentary/biography on Ernest Hemingway that is currently airing on PBS and the pilgrimage I made to Hemingway’s house in Key West, Florida. Hemingway lived in the house in the 1930s during the apex of his career as a novelist. In this post, I … Read more…

A Hemingway Documentary & a Pilgrimage to “Papa’s” Key West Abode

PBS is currently running a new three-part documentary about Ernest Hemingway by Ken Burns and Lynn Novick which explores the famous author’s own image-making. In the documentary, we see Hemingway as a “man’s man–” a battle-hardened war veteran, a big game hunter, a deep-sea fisherman, a brawler, a boozer, a … Read more…

Biden Meets the “Press”

Like a lot of Americans, I subscribe to Mike Huckabee’s newsletter. I was going to write my take on Biden’s woeful press conference (Biden love-in is probably a better description), and I still might, given that there probably won’t be another such festive jamboree for another three or four months–if … Read more…