Forget about the Weird Sisters' "eye of newt, and toe of frog, wool of bat, and tongue of dog." Right Girl of Girl on the Right has a recipe of her own for the Cotillion's "Witches' Ball," and "the charm is firm and good": A fun mix of words and pictures -- naughty and nice and Leona -- to engage the mind and catch the eye, including the old-fashioned girly girl in the illustration above. Can anyone identify the artist?
"That's the story of the Salem Witch Trials that Arthur Miller popularized in The Crucible. It's the story of damage done by lies," writes Right Girl of Girl on the Right in her introduction to this week's Cotillion Ball. "Kinda like something Newsweek would do," she quips.
Lots of good links to fellow Cotillion Babes's best posts of the week, together with witty commentary and -- in Glenn Reynolds' words -- "a cool, witchy pin-up graphic."
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