Preview of coming attractions
National Grammar Day, March 4, will be upon us soon, and work has begun on “GRAMMARNOIR 3: The wages of syntax.” Expect the first installment of four near the end of the week.
Also, as previously mentioned, I plan to provide an account of the family dinner tomorrow evening at Bryan Voltaggio’s Volt restaurant in Frederick. Expect that Monday or so, once I have slept off the indulgences.
For additional attractions, I offer two things that you should not expect to see again.
No further posts are contemplated on Denise Whiting, Cafe Hon, or the hontroversy that has occupied such a disproportionate amount of attention. A couple of commenters have suggested that there are still worthwhile issues to explore, but the yahoo shouting tends to drown out any attempt to be objective or reasonable, and the game is not worth the candle.
Second, as much as Investigative Voice could benefit from editorial advice on its prose, You Don’t Say is not an eleemosynary operation, and no more will be coming to it from this quarter.