The local Fox News television reporter puts it like this: "To survive the worst of the worst -- a Nazi death camp! -- and then 70 years later, you're crossing this little street in Queens and you get struck by a car... Well, that's what happened this morning." Basically. Ilonko Krauss was hit ... More >>
kunstgymszbadde.comWatercolor of Hofbräuhaus around 1919 by fledgling Munich art student Adolf Hitler. He would soon be using the beer hall to stage Nazi rallies.
When I was an elementary school student in Minneapolis, German was a required subject. It was a German part of the country, t ... More >>
It seems that no disaster is too grave for Facebook's large population of assholes to say offensive things about. The newest thing is that people are taking to their Facebook statuses to say that Japan "deserves" yesterday's tragic earthquake because it's "karma" for Pearl Harbor. It's happen ... More >>
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February 26, 1970, Vol. XV, No. 9
Films in Focus
by Andrew Sarris
"PATTON" seems disquieting to many critics simply for sticking to its subject without any undue second-guessing. A right-wing movie might have chuckled over the Allied d ... More >>
Amid details of the weak star power at the Chelsea Clinton and Marc Mezvinsky wedding provided by the New York Times was a curious tidbit: "A friend of the couple read the poem 'The Life That I Have' by Leo Marks." A nation of voyeurs, clamoring for details of the ceremony, read about this po ... More >>