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In this month’s After Hours: Why are three Washington, D.C., lawyers willing to undertake the Ironman, a race that demands a 2.4-mile swim in open waters, a 112-mile bike ride, and then a full marathon? What does a pizza place tell about Samuel Alito’s approach to the law? Rodger Citron talks with Charles Reich, author of The Greening of America, plus more…
Obsession Times Three Why are three Washington, D.C., lawyers — people better known for mental gymnastics — willing to undertake the Ironman, a race that demands a 2.4-mile swim in open waters, a 112-mile bike ride, and then a full marathon?
Alito’s Tomato Pie Philosophy Forget the breakfast of champions. Here, at De Lorenzo’s Tomato Pies on Hudson Street, they serve the dinner of Supreme Court justices. Would its crust, or its tomato sauce, yield clues about Samuel Alito’s approach to the law?
What Happened to the Revolution? Rodger Citron sat down with Charles Reich at his San Francisco apartment this past October to discuss Reich’s book, The Greening of America, on the 35th anniversary of its publication. • Reagan’s Reign as Great Communicator As Richard Reeves himself notes, more than 900 books have been written about Ronald Reagan since he left the White House 17 years ago. Can Reeves add anything worthwhile? The answer is, sort of. • The Night the Grove Went Up in Flames No reader can come away from Fire in the Grove without an acute fear of fire and a hair-trigger readiness to run. As author John Esposito notes, no one went to Boston’s Cocoanut Grove nightclub on Nov. 28, 1942, expecting to flee a fire that night. • One Cold Night With Schoenberg We think of winter as a time of stillness and inertia, both physical and spiritual. Yet music suffused with the frozen aura of winter launched the dynamic career of Arnold Schoenberg (1874-1951), arguably the most influential composer of the 20th century.

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