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"Snow, Heavy at Times": Joseph Kertes's The Afterlife of Stars

Three years after its first Canadian publication, Joseph Kertes’s The Afterlife of Stars has appeared in the US. Was it worth the wait? I’m honestly not sure. 2,315 more words

Essay: Dark Tourism and Mass Media

A large amount of tourism literature deals with the marketing and consumption of “pleasant diversions in pleasant places” (Strange & Kempa 2003, p.386), but a number of communications scholars have recently attempted to explore tourism sites of a darker nature. 1,422 more words


Review: 'Bitter Harvest,' the untold story of Holodomor, the Ukrainian holocaust

There are many who consider the 1900s to be Satan’s century, and it’s hard to blame them, really. Beginning with the slaughter of 1.5 million Armenian Christians by the Young Turks, the 1900s would go on to become an era of unparalleled mass murder. 737 more words



Hatred is not the opposite of love.  It is the absence of love driven by power seeking ego.


The Eichmann Show

Sounds very much like a comic film, doesn’t it?  I was drawn to the movie for this same reason but soon enough found out that it was far from a funny flick.   933 more words

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