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Book Review: “Pepper: A History of the World’s Most Influential Spice” by Marjorie Shaffer


The history of this pungent spice is riddled with pirates, wealth and greed. Read More »

Book Review: The Secret Servant by Daniel Silva

The Islamic underground plots to commits acts of terror in England. Read More »

Book Review: Pegasus Falling by William E. Thomas

A British captain during World War II is captured and sent to a concentration camp in this gripping from the first page to the last. Read More »

Book Review: Two Gold Coins And A Prayer by James H. Keeffe III

Amazing account of World War II survivor Lt. Col. James H. Keefe Jr. Read More »

Book Review: Winter in Wartime by Jan Terlouw

A Dutch classic, Winter in Wartime is a coming of age story in Nazi-occupied Holland. Read More »

Interview: Sue Bourne, Director of JIG: The Story of The Irish Dancing World Championships

Director Sue Bourne discusses her documentary, JIG: The Story of The Irish Dancing World Championships, Opening in Theaters This Friday Read More »

An Interview with Mark Hooker, Author of Freedom of Education

Those who ignore history are doomed to repeat it … even in education. Read More »

Johannesburg’s Night To Remember: Spain Reigns In 2010 World Cup Final

The 2010 FIFA World Cup Final brought Spanish joy, Dutch disgrace and the Spanish Royal seal of approval. Read More »

The 2010 World Cup Final: Spain And Holland Preview

Using an old football philosophy (Total Football), Spain and Holland prepare to battle for right to join the ranks of World Cup champions. Read More »

The Driving Dutchman

The new license plates bring us back to the 1960s and '70s of my youth, and the 1630s and '40s of New York City's. Read More »