Tuesday, October 06, 2009
The Crowd For the Most Part Swayed In Reverent Silence
Maybe I'll start a new thing where every day I will give you an out-of-context phrase from the New York Times arts section which seems to me for reasons I cannot explain to best represent the general tone of the New York Times arts section. And of course it will be randomly illustrated. Today's winner is "the crowd for the most part swayed in reverent silence."