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  • All of this sturm und drang is just plain tedious, with the same sides making the same invalid arguments and accusations.

    The Latest Teacup Tempest

  • Now that all the DaVinci Code sturm und drang is settling down, I can finally reveal that Leonardo isn't the only great artist to have hidden, occult messages in his work.

    The Kinkade Code

  • I think all the sturm und drang is Bern’s way of getting on the radar.

    Waldo Jaquith - Ewert’s mailing.

  • There are at times hints of genuine darkness, and numerous comparatively surprising dashes of domestic sturm und drang, as well as a little wry consideration of the larger themes of credulity, condescension, and death.

    Blithe Spirit

  • All of these Stanley subplots make the sturm und drang of the NBA Finals look quaint.

    Playoff Fireworks, Minus the Stargazing

  • The sturm und drang among progressives about the “Right Wing” media and its pundits has always amused me, not because I am particularly amused by a good debate, but because, as a product of an era when there was absolutely no concern with the right, much less with the oxymoronic “rightwing” intellectuals, I have never quite bought into the idea that there is anything intellectually to worry about.

    Matthew Yglesias » Right-Wing Media’s Human Capital Problem

  • You get the feeling the rest of the country is pretty fatigued by the Red-Sox/Yankees high-payroll, headline-grabbing sturm und drang.

    Is Boston Going To Survive—Or Sink?

  • They are a sticky topic and the cause of much angst, sturm and drang along the hallowed corridors of publishing.

    Opinions sought

  • It's highly likely all this sturm und drang will bring the brilliant Jackson a fifth Emmy award next year, but right now it's taking a big toll on the guy.

    Exclusive: Jonathan Jackson Discusses His Shocking Exit From General Hospital

  • My book isn't actually about my mother, and I did recount moments of real and quite touching redemption because, of course, it wasn't all sturm and drang; but perhaps understandably, Mother doesn't entirely see it that way.

    Eric Poole: She has Every Right to Kill Me

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