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NRO Weekend

If you didn’t get a change to go casual this weekend, treat yourself any day, to NRO Weekend:

AUDIO: WEEK IN REVIEW: RADIO DERB: Dissing NASCAR, Mom & Dad & much more.

THE OTHER HALF: MICHAEL KNOX BERAN: Diana’s death isn’t the only British inquest of note. “Pathology of the Patricians” 10/19 12:00 PM

GIRLS, GIRLS, GIRLS: JONAH GOLDBERG: What a shame Audrey Hepburn isn’t available to turn this hooker-with-implants-of-gold story into the date movie of the year. “Material Girls” 10/19 12:00 PM

OUTDOORS: JOHN R. LOTT JR.: Hunting is good for animals. “Get Your Hunt On” 10/19 12:00 PM

BOOKS: KATHRYN JEAN LOPEZ: Wendy Shalit goes Mild. “Mild, Mild Life” 10/19 1:00 PM

CAMPUS LIFE: RYAN T. ANDERSON: It’s hard to laugh at Princeton. ““Sex on a Saturday Night”” 10/19 12:00 PM

AUDIO: PARENTING: BETSY HART: Getting to the heart of the issue with Cris Clapp of Enough Is Enough in Washington. “What to Do About Pornification?

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