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As a survivor of an infantry squad that was wiped out by the Chinese in North Korea, and as someone who gets medical treatment from the VA hospital in Newington, I am reminded on a daily basis of the terrorism and the horrendous costs of wars. The...
Local author Rosalia Scalia kindly offered to review "The Tide King," a new novel by Jen Michalski, and Read Street took her up on it. She has high praise for the latest from Michalski, a Baltimore resident who has been nominated for Pushcart Prize, is...
SPORTS The Boys in the Boat Nine Americans and Their Epic Quest for Gold at the 1936 Berlin Olympics Daniel James Brown Viking, $28.95 An underdog story of nine working-class boys from the University of Washington's eight-oar crew and their...
Tags: New York Mets, Music, Woody Allen, Periodicals, Entertainment
I've been waiting for The Courant Opinion pages to be inundated with letters of outrage regarding the latest assault on the integrity of the government of this state [June 2, Colin McEnroe column, "State leaders Want Public In The Dark"]. Apparently the...
Sonia Taitz is the daughter of Lithuanian Jewish immigrants who survived a Dachau death camp. Her mother was a pianist, her father a celebrated watchmaker whose craft saved his life and allowed him, in turn, to save others. "The Nazis, he had always...
Anti-Semitism is on the rise throughout the world, according to a report by the State Department, which is taking the increase so seriously it's appointing a special envoy to monitor the rise. The increase was revealed in the department's annual...
In a recent, exhaustive study of anti-Semitism, the German scholar Clemens Heni explains the significance for Christian theology of the story of Ahasver, a Jewish shoemaker in Jerusalem who, legend has it, refused Jesus a resting place as he made his...
ReutersBERLIN (Reuters) - At a news conference in Berlin last month Angela Merkel departed from script, hinting at a new, softer stance towards Europe's recession-hit southern states. "Fiscal policy is not everything," the German chancellor told reporters...
If you were to come up with a lobbying Dream Team to defend genetically modified organisms (GMOs) against hordes of foodie reformers, it would probably look a lot like the one that's been operating for months at our state Capitol. And apparently...
Reuters(Repeats Wednesday story with no changes) By Alistair Scrutton and Anna Ringstrom STOCKHOLM, June 5 (Reuters) - Asked if he would ever quit IKEA, 87-year-old founder Ingvar Kamprad told an interviewer last year he "had no time to die". But his latest...
Paul Richter's story about former Ambassador Ryan Crocker's approach to Iran is troubling. Reduced to its essence, Crocker proposes appeasement. Appeasement is a perilous policy. We saw that vividly when England, led by Neville Chamberlain, tried to...
Tags: Iraq, Nuclear Weapons, Germany, Iran
Some of the speakers' attempts to speak Russian in the warm West Hollywood auditorium were clunky, but one word was repeated over and over Saturday afternoon. Spasibo. Thank you. In a Plummer Park auditorium decorated in red and white balloons and...
Tags: Russia, Music, U.S. Military, Entertainment, Human Interest
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