As a rule we’ve found this to be a lovely development in so far as we don’t have to wait seven days for his “Talk of the Town” column. However, from time to time, it’s also been a rather painful development since we can no longer labor under the delusion that Hertzberg spends seven days in contemplative seclusion in order to compose his weekly gems. Apparently he’s just a genius. Also, he’s funny.
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