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Music Review: Various Artists – To What Strange Place: The Music Of The Ottoman-American Diaspora 1916 -1919

A fascinating collection of music from a very specific period in the history of immigrant America. Read More »

Book Review: Show Trials by Peter Afrasiabi

Immigrants face a legal system that is a far cry from the legal system that protects private property. Read More »

Should Doctors Be Able to Lie to Patients? Arizona Republicans Say “Yes!”

The great game of "I'm more conservative than you!" has reached a new low. Read More »

Book Review: Vaclav & Lena by Haley Tanner

A story of resilience, and the amazing human capability to grow and heal, no matter how much they get hurt. Read More »

Alien Invasion?

Treating an immigrant like a number or a problem is something I cannot bring myself to do, especially when it involves children. Read More »

Movie Review: Sholem Aleichem: Laughing in the Darkness

Sholem Aleichem, from whom the world knows Fiddler on the Roof is the subject of a fantastic new documentary. Read More »

Book Review: A Hard Death by Jonathan Hayes

Can a mistake make a pathologist lose those he holds most dear? Will it keep him from seeing the truth? Read More »

Movie Review: Which Way Home

Children risk their lives traveling alone. Read More »

Book Review: Floodlines: Community and Resistance From Katrina to the Jena Six by Jordan Flaherty

The truth about New Orleans and Hurricane Katrina, the story that needs to be heard. Read More »

Theatre Review (LA): Dual Citizens by Anna Skubik and Anthony Nikolchev at the Odyssey Theatre

See this provocative and well-acted pair of plays from Europe if you can. Read More »