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- Let Me Explain Mr. President...
- February 21, 2006
George Bush wonders what difference there is between a "Middle Eastern" company and a "Great British" company running America's ports. Martin Lewis kindly explains the difference...
- Here Comes The Sun-Gods
- October 23, 2005
The full-length, "director's cut" version of Martin Lewis' essay about the Beatles for Variety. [See column dated October 16th 2005 - "The Apollonian Spirit of the Beatles"]
- The Apollonian Spirit of the Beatles
- October 16, 2005
In October 2005, the entertainment industry's most-respected trade journal - Variety - celebrated its centenary by lauding the Top 100 Entertainment Icons of the past 100 years. The Beatles were designated the undisputed #1 Icons. Variety's editors invited Martin Lewis to contribute the major essay about the Beatles' supreme achievement for its 250-page special Centennial Issue.
- Taxman Mr. Heath Dies...
- July 19, 2005
The English Prime Minister who became one of the few real-life people to be mentioned by name in a Beatles song - has died. But he should best be remembered for having been one of the first to see-through and publicly skewer the hollow harridan who replaced him as leader of the British Conservative Party - Mrs. Thatcher...
- Radio Radio...
- May 21, 2005
Steven Van Zandt has just hired Martin Lewis to host his own daily 4-hour radio show for his "Underground Garage" channel on Sirius Satellite Radio. In this article Martin explains the background to the channel, his own love of radio - and his philosophy as a nascent radio host.
- May 11, 2005
Martin Lewis has worked on multiple Monty Python related projects in the last 30 years. He produced all the "Secret Policeman's Ball" shows/movies/albums. And "Lust For Glory!" - the Python's 25th anniversary festival in L.A. He went to see "Spamalot" full of anticipation...
- For Those About To Singe Blair...
- May 03, 2005
The British General Election takes place on Thursday. A history lesson is in order...
- UN-Happy Holidays
- January 02, 2005
George W. Bush's shameful response to the world's fourth largest natural disaster underscores that he continues to be the world's largest PERSONAL disaster. [Updated January 2nd 2005]
- UN-Happy Holidays
- December 29, 2004
George W. Bush's shameful response to the world's fourth largest natural disaster underscores that he continues to be the world's largest PERSONAL disaster.
- It Was 20 Million Tears Ago Today....
- December 08, 2004
John Lennon's death in December 1980 left a generation weeping. Twenty four years later the pain is still palpable.... In December 2000 - on the 20th anniversary of Lennon's murder - Beatles scholar Martin Lewis wrote an appreciation of what John Lennon meant in his life for TIME.com. Here it is again....
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