I don't like popular culture lists. It is not necessary to list every instance where, for instance, the Brooklyn Bridge has appeared in any form of media on its page. Material in an encyclopedia should be significant.
I've been working on trying to clear out non-notable Traditionalist Catholic Bishops, and fixing POV on the ones who are notable. Any help would be most appreciated.
A designer knows he has achieved perfection not when there is nothing left to add, but when there is nothing left to take away.
... In that Empire, the Art of Cartography reached such Perfection that the map of one Province alone took up the whole of a City, and the map of the empire, the whole of a Province. In time, those Unconscionable Maps did not satisfy, and the Colleges of Cartographers set up a Map of the Empire which had the size of the Empire itself and coincided with it point by point. Less Addicted to the Study of Cartography, Succeeding Generations understood that this Widespread Map was Useless and not without Impiety they abandoned it to the Inclemencies of the Sun and of the Winters. In the deserts of the West some mangled Ruins of the Map lasted on, inhabited by animals and Beggars; in the whole Country there are no other relics of the Disciplines of Geography.