Megan McArdle got it right in assuming the movie business as we know it will go the way of the Dodo bird (“The final curtain,” Wednesday commentary). We’ve known that for years now. The COVID pandemic will ring the final death knell to the theatre industry. But wait … all is not lost. We can watch movies again in the comfort of our own homes as the industry sends its product to our TV screens. Best of all, Blockbuster will re-emerge on the scene. Sounds like old times.
I am writing to thank the Review-Journal for creating and releasing the Nevada judicial debate series online for all Nevadans free of charge.
Today, if a child goes trick-or-treating without a mask, he’s likely to cause a heart attack to candy-givers.
Two leading polling sources — fivethirtyeight.com and NYT Upshot, both of which include the RJ poll in their results — show a significantly better forecast for Mr. Biden.
Thank you for Victor Joecks’ excellent column in Sunday’s Viewpoints section explaining why he will reluctantly support President Donald Trump.
Why should a police officer have to ask permission to break a car window to save a life?
During the past four years, we have all witnessed the difference in the two opposed political philosophies of heavy taxation on corporations vs. less taxation on corporations
And then they vote like Californians.
More people, more justices.
Is entertainment really a priority during pandemic?