Recently, I read a sample from a new book titled I Wish I’d Been There, by Byron Hollingshead, that is a composite volume of essays by “twenty historians bring to life dramatic events
Hong Kong is like a girl in the engagement period of an arranged marriage being physically abused by a fiancé who grins back at her protests knowing that he can soon rape her with impunity.
Some readers might have missed Donald Trump’s fudgy cartographics with a map of the projected path of Hurricane Dorian in which the prez decided to extend the projection to the state of Alabama
The Latin etymology of the word means “to break apart,” which, of course, aptly describes the process of an entity losing its integrity, like the putrefaction of an organic body. But, over
See the entire scene from the 1967 “Best Picture” In the Heat of the Night here:
It is one of the most satisfying movie scenes—well, at least in some parts of this country (let’s not forget
Former Jewish residences in Shanghai. Photo by the author, ©1990 UrbisMedia-Ltd.
The synagogue, just a few blocks from where I live, looks at first, with its Paladian architecture and stained-glass
Dear Jinping (if I may presume the familiar),
Have you read through Part One of this posting? Hopefully you have an attention span that it exceeds that of the current President of
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