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Theater Review (San Antonio): ‘La Cage Aux Folles’ at the Woodlawn Theatre


Harvey Fierstein and Jerry Herman’s durable Tony-winner shows it’s still got the stuff in the Woodlawn's glittering revival. Read More »

Multicultural Miasma: What the Terror in Paris Should Teach Hollande and Obama

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No civilization clueless enough to follow indiscriminate, unquestioning multiculturalism can possibly survive intact. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Hurlyburly’s Husband’ by Jean Teulé


A historical novel about King Louis IV's mistress brings the period to vivid, if unsanitary life. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Blood Royal’ by Eric Jager


The story of a murder that unraveled France. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Floats the Dark Shadow’ by Yves Fey


Can the horror in the shadows of the beautiful city of Paris dim its lights to the world? Read More »

Book Review: ‘My Life in Politics’ by Jacques Chirac

Book Review My Life in Politics by Jacques Chirac

The French politician's memoir conveys both his personality and enthusiasm for the country he loves. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Clisson and Eugénie’ by Napoleon Bonaparte


A romantic novella written by, yes, that Napoleon Bonaparte. Read More »

Book Review: ‘How to Lose a War at Sea: Foolish Plans and Great Naval Blunders,’ edited by Bill Fawcett

Book Review How to Lose a War at Sea Foolish Plans and Great Naval Blunders edited by Bill Fawcett

Errors spanning the centuries: from the days of the Spanish Armada to naval blunders from the 1960s. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Billy Moon’ by Douglas Lain


A magical realist novel that delves into the strange world of dreams and expectations for a few characters in 1968. Read More »

World Hesitant to Support Obama’s Plan for Syria


Some may find it strange to consider that some of our allies have shown hesitation to follow America in her preparation to attack the Assad forces. The British Parliament,,, Read More »