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Hecht's Footprints: Haverford College Opens Up About Source of Their Greek Vases

American antiquities dealer Robert Hecht died in February 2012 after six decades at the top of the trade in recently looted Classical antiquities.

I’ve recently learned that some of that infamous career will be recounted when Hecht’s memoir is privately published in the coming months. 984 more words



Today I just finished recording for an audition for the NYO, the National Youth Orchestra, which was amazing. While I was doing my frenzied hustle, I realized how important it was to have dedication, because without it you cannot get past anything. 153 more words


Macaca, Revisited

The GOP cannot seem to help themselves, and so today we learn how to spot campaign trackers (you know, the people who trail a candidate looking for gaffes and whatnot). 123 more words


Newark death crash: Wife's agony over tragedy as two appear in court

Craig Cooke with his daughter Codie

TWO men have appeared in court accused of causing the death by dangerous driving of a former soldier heading home to spend Christmas with his family. 503 more words