Why is the Great War missing from American movie theaters? The void stems in part from how the U.S. preserved the war in contemporaneous media. But a greater part, perhaps, has to do with how the conflict reflects on the U.S. as a nation.
“Sculptures collect meaning because the circumstances around them change.”
There’s no worse time to find a psychiatrist than when you really need a psychiatrist.
“[My new accent] is a mixture of most of the languages I can understand or am trying to learn,” Lohan explained to the Daily Mail a few days later. She says she’s learning or is fluent in a total of six languages, including Turkish, French, and Russian.
“We stand with our safety officers who call for an end to the traumatization of individuals and communities. Anyone making a threat of violence should be arrested, whether this person is wearing a mask or not. This clearly is not the act of a professional clown.”
Superhero comics live for these pull-the-rug-out moments, but this twist struck many as particularly galling, even anti-Semitic.
Chicago opened up who I could be. You can move forward without leaving the things you love behind.
Americans are famously testy about submitting to unelected rulers. But for a period in the 19th century, San Francisco boasted its own emperor. Residents are so proud of him, in fact, that he remains a symbol of the city even to this day.
The first illustrated American Uncle Sam isn’t even the hero of his own cartoon. Here’s a look at our national personification, his strange history, and his even stranger family tree.
Your solution to unclogging bottlenecks is simple, though it requires overcoming the very instincts that lead us to block passageways in the first place.
“If I hadn’t written [the book], I wouldn’t have read it,” García Márquez told the Atlantic in 1973. “I don’t read bestsellers.”
While Cagliostro may have preferred to obtain immortality the simple, old-fashioned way—not dying—little about the man was ever that straightforward.