Victorino Matus, big spender.
What children thought of adults 84 years ago.
Dolezal defends herself.
Here to stay or the pesto of our times?
An exhibit on America's love-hate relationship with booze.
What I'll Miss Most About the Comcast-TimeWarner Merger Talks.
Victorino Matus, useless intellect
A study of America's drinking habits by city (aside from a lot of vodka)
A Casual coda.
Victorino Matus finds anachronism is relative
Walter Isaacson delivers the 43rd Jefferson Lecture.
What did the president eat and when did he eat it?
Embracing America's brown spirits (though we still drink a lot of vodka).
Victorino Matus is a senior editor at The Weekly Standard. With the magazine since 1996, he writes on a variety of subjects, including politics, Germany, military history, pop culture, and food and drink. His work has also appeared in Policy Review, National Review, Armed Forces Journal, the New York Post, the Washington Post, and the Wall Street Journal. He is currently working on a book, Vodka: An Illustrated History (Lyons Press, 2014). Matus is a graduate of Georgetown University.