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Podcasts from Spectator writers
History takes you out of yourself at Kill Devil Hills and Cape Hatteras
By Timothy Jacobson
Mosley’s hails from a past age but prospers fine in this one
Masterpiece has brought Around the World in 80 Days to the small screen
Long live the short order
Yank yearns for ye olde English sandwich
It was a sad day when La Petite Auberge passed from the scene a decade ago
The Ladies’ Charity Cookbooks are neglected historical artifacts
A virtual party will have to do
At the Christmas Parade, politics of any flavor seem a long way off
The memory of the Civil War helped make Woodrow Wilson the ambivalent wartime leader he proved to be
North against south, and the country against the city
Welcome to Waffle House
In defense of the English original sandwich
Around and around the world
The culinary wisdom of charity cookbooks
In praise of the country store
In search of lost French restaurants
Thought-provoking commentary and opinion on politics, books and the arts.