Need a short compact yet interesting read this summer? Try The Afterword and explore the "art of the novel" and the role of faith and meaning in modern life. Intriguing no?
The Lower Manhattan Development Corporation has published guidelines for submissions of designs for the World Trade Center memorial. Just in this most sensitive corner, they've managed to inject the worst kind of fake egalitarian nonsense into the rules.
It's beautiful poetry, and a nice view of the emerging idea of scientific empiricism. It's a wonder even simply to appreciate the scope of the author's ambition.
Properly, the works of Robert Heinlein are always in season. This one, however, seems to jump out at me as especially timely.
Being able to distinguish between good melody (or story or painting) and good politics should be considered a basic rudimentary issue for any intelligent person.
Excerpts from the forthcoming new edition of The Bible. For today's modern world, a hip translation we can relate to...
I haven't been to church for awhile, so my understanding of the Easter protocols may be a little rusty.
Sometimes "That son of a bitch is wicked and evil. He needs whacked" is exactly the right call.
This 1941 movie is so funny and even sexy, yet so creepy at the same time