So those readers who are dispensationalist futurist types, have Jack and Rexella covered this yet?
There's been a lot of online writing about Bill Cosby you may have already come across. a sampler
of some note is this:
... Because of harangues like these, Robreno writes, the AP has a legitimate interest in accessing Cosby’s deposition:
The stark contrast between Bill Cosby, the public moralist, and Bill Cosby, the subject of serious allegations concerning improper (and perhaps criminal) conduct, is a matter as to which the AP—and by extension the public—has a significant interest.
Weighing Cosby’s “diminished privacy interest” against the public’s interest in accessing his deposition, Robreno decided that the public’s interest should win out. Cosby failed to show “good cause” as to why his deposition should remain secret. As should usually happen in situations like these, transparency trumped secrecy.
Public moralizing can become a basis for a judge to decide that things said in court can be released after all.
On a completely different note, it looks like Kyle Gann's book on the Concord Sonata by Charles Ives has a new publisher and will finally get published some time.
On another different note, Wenatchee The Hatchet has learned from a fairly reliable source that Nikita Koshkin's 24 Preludes and Fugues are in the home stretch for being prepared for publication through Editions Margaux. For classical guitarists and composers interested in the guitar this should be pretty amazing!
Maybe we'll just end as we began, with a link to a New Yorker article