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Wednesday, February 16, 2005

Steve Lavin's Hair

-- Wednesday's Must-Read: As usual, Tom Luicci's column for the Newark (NJ) Star-Ledger. (Which reminds me - oh, the shame! - that I on Monday forgot to link to Dick Jerardi's must-read column for the Philadelphia Inquirer). I will, however, neither summarize nor comment on Luicci's excellent piece with the hope that, in so (not doing), I will encourage you to read his work for yourself.

-- Jerardi is today up with his Field of 65. As is Blogger Matt (here and here).

-- Dave Albee of the Marin (CA) Independent-Journal devotes 963 (!) words to Steve Lavin's hair.

-- My apologies to Joel Connelly of the Seattle (WA) Post-Intelligencer. He yesterday emailed to note the reason he left both Lorenzo Romar and Mark Few off his Valentine's Day greeting card list; he hoped to avoid jinxing either.