IT’S NOT a notebook one needs to keep tab on politics these days; it’s a pari-mutuel. What with four major parties (or should it be five?) where we used to get along with two, all of them promising T-bone steaks for everybody, not to mention the minor prophets promising ale with the steaks, Ottawa hasn’t blinked at such a scrambled election since it ceased to be Bytown.By A POLITICIAN WITH A NOTEBOOK9 min
WITH TECHNICOLOR stock still nervous, with some people confidently predicting the end of the black and whites, others worrying about the return of the spectacle film and what will happen when Mr. Busby Berkeley puts his chorus ensembles into chromatics, one thing at least remains beyond argument—that “Becky Sharp,” considered simply as a color spectacle, was a lovely achievement.By ANN ROSS7 min
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