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Blu-ray Review: Boardwalk Empire – The Complete Second Season

An alluring and gritty look at an amazing and glitzy period of criminal history. Read More »

Book Review: Bitter Brew by William Knoedelseder

The rise and fall of an Amerian tradition. Read More »

Book Review: Play Him Again by Jeffrey Stone

Mix up the twenties, prohibition, and Hollywood's burgeoning film industry and you get a great tale. Read More »

Prohibition’s Roy Olmstead: The Man Who No Longer Exists

More on Roy Olmstead from the PBS series: Prohibition. Read More »

Music Review:Boardwalk Empire Volume 1: Music From the HBO Original Series-Various Artists

Musical gems from HBO's Boardwalk Empire. Read More »

Of Mice and Men and Other Things

No philosophy of political or social institutions can be complete without articulating the philosophy of the subject. In what follows, I hope to rectify this shortcoming. Read More »

Book Review: The Hat by Babette Hughes

The Hat could be a romance, a murder mystery or a soap opera — but has difficulty finding its niche. Read More »

What’s in a Day?

Could rolling back blue laws provide answers to state budget shortfalls? Read More »

Boardwalk Empire Is Pretty Good

Boardwalk Empire is pretty good, but it hasn't reached great... yet. Read More »

Book Review: Jesus and Gin: Evangelicalism, the Roaring Twenties and Today’s Culture Wars by Barry Hankins

The decade we can never forget - a new book describes the culture wars of the 1920s. Read More »