We’ve fallen back on security fears and irrational hate for far too long.
This year, 2014, marks the 100-year anniversary of World War 1, the so-called “war to end all wars” or “The Continue reading
I came across this interesting article from Menachem Z. Rosensaft in The Washington Post. The author’s mother, father and others in his Continue reading
Admittedly, I had never even heard of 1972’s The Day the Clown Died directed by and featuring renowned comedian Jerry Continue reading
I’m still in my morning fog, which is slowly dissipating with each gulp of hot, comforting coffee, when I came Continue reading
Something that fascinates me with respect to one’s understanding of history is tangibility. I have yet to see a work Continue reading
This is a longer version reflecting upon a play I saw back in October. Here is the link to a more Continue reading
Night and Fog is easily my favorite short film. Certainly, any film dealing with the Holocaust is likely to evoke Continue reading