Articles Posted by Bernard McCormick

The Power Of Football Uniforms

We made a New Year’s resolution to not waste this valuable space with anything as banal as critiquing sports uniforms. But that was last year’s ...

Publisher's Letter: The sad side of love

This month’s issue is devoted to romance. This is because Valentine’s Day occurs in February, and like St. Patrick’s Day a month later, commerci...

In Defense Of The Stars And Bars

In that time Washington and Lee High School out of Arlington, Virginia, used to come to Philadelphia for the annual Stotesbury Regatta, a champi...

Publisher's Letter: A new title for a new year

It is common knowledge that print media have been hurting. With a few exceptions, newspapers have been losing circulation and money. We recently...

South Florida Newspapers Go Digital

Once upon a journalistic time— the 1970s­—South Florida newspapers were among the most successful in the country. The Miami Herald, owned by the...

Publisher's Letter: An artist for the ages

Timing is everything. Just as we were enjoying Eric Barton’s piece on art collecting (page 36), it came to our attention the story of a 100-year...

Political Times And The Art Of Hollywood

When major political events, such as the one we are now enjoying, are taking place, most low information people don’t really understand what the...

Publisher's Letter: The Parkland Movement

This month’s coverage of the Parkland “March for our Lives” movement by Eric Barton mentions that it is a rare person in Broward County who was ...

The Legend Of Ken Burnstine

It has been 42 years since the World War II vintage P-51 fighter plane crashed in flames in the Mojave Desert of California. And almost that lon...

Publisher's Letter: In Remembrance Of John Broderick

There are a lot of magazines out there. Estimates of city/regionals range into the thousands in a genre that hardly existed 50 years ago.