The New York Times often

The New York Times often goes astray when it tries to cover popular culture. Connoisseurs of the Times’ corrections page will enjoy this conflation of bluegrass music and NBA basketball of the 1960’s:
“An article in The Arts on Monday about Bering Strait, a country music band from Russia, merged the names of two artists who, along with Lester Flatt, influenced a teacher of the band members. They were Earl Scruggs and Bill Monroe

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