Friday, February 15, 2013

"The Literary Capital of the Mohawk Valley"

Bill Kauffman visits it — The Utica Club. "The glory and richness of America come not from its weaponry or wars, which debase us as much if not more than the relentlessly vulgar and witless products rolling off the entertainment industry’s assembly line," Mr. Kauffman writes rightly. "Rather, our numen is found in our regions, our little places, the unseen America beyond the ken of our placeless rulers."

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