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Bill McGarvey, a musician and writer, is the author of The Freshman Survival Guide and owner of McG-Media.com.
In All Things
Bill McGarvey
Residents of New Orleans can be forgiven if they 39 ve recently felt the ghost of Binx Bolling roaming their streets in the form of British rock royalty Binx the abstracted alienated main character from Walker Percy 39 s 1961 novel The Moviegoer wandered through New Orleans and its suburbs du
Bill McGarvey
On the heels of my most recent America column Signal Noise which dealt with social media obsession a friend sent me an essay from last week 39 s New York Times nbsp titled quot Looking for Intimacy in the Age of Facebook quot It 39 s a fascinating read In the piece Andrew Reiner--who teach
"We are living in a post-textual world, where words are no longer sufficient"
Columns
Bill McGarvey
We are living in a post-textual world, where words are no longer sufficient.
Bill McGarvey
Columnist Bill McGarvey blogs on a new venture from Paul Elie, author of 'The Life You Save May Be Your Own'
Columns
Bill McGarvey
I’m not sure if any official guidelines exist about going to a priest for spiritual direction; but if they do, I’m fairly certain that “Remember to insult your spiritual director at the first meeting” is not among them.In my defense, it wasn’t intentional. I’d kno
Bill McGarvey
nbsp Given the great conversations that resulted--and are still going on--from my last column quot The Sexual Devolution quot about the epidemic of bad sex on college campuses I thought people would be interested in this recent article in the NY Times quot Sex on Campus She Can Play That Gam
In All Things
Bill McGarvey
In the midst of a sweltering 90-degree afternoon in New York yesterday I ducked into a theater to beat the heat Considering the weather this normally would 39 ve been a perfect opportunity to sample some light escapist summertime fare instead I decided to take a chance on a film that was highly
Columns
Bill McGarvey
An epidemic of bad sex appears to be flourishing among young adults.
Stephen L. Carter
Opinion
Bill McGarvey
In an earlier column I took Baby Boomers to task for the way in which the ideals of their youth had morphed into shallow narcissistic consumerism in their golden years The column initiated a number of lively comments among boomers who took offense to my characterization of them Their reaction was
Columns
Bill McGarvey
Mumford & Son's 'Babel' is a God-haunted collection of songs by a major musical act.