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Book Review: Syria: The Fall of the House of Assad by David W. Lesch

Lesch examines what went wrong in a region once considered the future of the Middle East, now embroiled in a brutal and protracted civil war. Read More »

Book Review: The Alabama Rebel: A Novel of Courage Amid Conflict by R. Thomas Roe

This fascinating novel exams all sides within the context of a very unique segment of American history. Read More »

Book Review: Battlefields of Honor: American Civil War Reenactors by Mark Elson

Battlefields of Honor captures images of modern-day Civil War reenactors in photographs that look amazingy authentic. Read More »

Book Review: The Sharpshooter: 1862-1864 by Charles Phillips

Set during the Civil War, The Sharpshooter focuses on the persecution, injustice, and futility that are the result of man’s intolerance and bigotry. Read More »

Theatre Review (LA): Robert E. Lee: Shades of Gray by Tom Dugan at Theatre Forty

Tom Dugan presents his own play and his own brilliant performance as Robert E. Lee. Read More »

DVD Review: Exit Humanity

Zombies + Civil War-era setting = Awesome! Read More »

DVD Review: Exit Humanity – A Zombie Saga

Zombies meet the Old West Read More »

Music Review: Sci-Fi Romance: The Ghost of John Henry

The Los Angeles indie folk rock group returns with a worthy sophomore effort about an American folk hero. Read More »

DVD Review: Jules Verne’s The Mysterious Island

Jules Verne's The Mysterious Island falls flat, with rote characters and poor special effects. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): ‘Amelia’ by Alex Webb at Fort Jay, Governors Island

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Alex Webb's two-person Civil War drama makes its New York debut in a dark cold stone chamber inside a former rebel prison camp. Read More »