Sally Quinn Gets Religion, Sort Of
by Mark Tooley
Washington Post journalist and Washington social doyenne Sally Quinn, whose poison-pen personality profiles in the Post’s Style section of the 1970s and 1980s once terrified, and titillated, official Washington, is on a spiritual journey. And the effect, chronicled in “On Faith,” a new religion weblog on washingtonpost.com, hosted with Time magazine editor Jon Meacham, is not altogether unpleasant.
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