By Al Cimino.
This is a book that is somewhere in the murky premise of what you see is what you get. The premise could have been halfway decent but it is let down by its writing style which was stodgy and unremarkable. 103 more words
history has a perverse way of repeating itself.
in a recent article, ny police entered a jewish home. according to the article in the post millennial , the police officers took issue “with the residents not wearing masks, not being socially distanced, and being more than 10 people in the home.” this was in a private home. 476 more words
Taken from French composer Olivier Messiaen‘s remarkable 50 minute Quartet For The End Of Time (Quatuor Pour La Fin De Temps), the fifth movement, “Praise To The Eternity Of Jesus” (“Louange à l’Éternité de Jésus”), is a hauntingly beautiful piece of spiritual music. 88 more words
What happens when you are lured underground by the same rule stabbing the name of traitors or unwanted? For a girl of Thirteen, Anne Frank would have experienced one of the most tragic life events in a human’s life. 572 more words
By Danny Anderson
Ted Bundy is once again having a moment.
The current interest in his story can be traced to two new productions: Netflix’s four-part documentary series Conversations with a Killer, and the film Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil, and Vile which recently premiered at Sundance and stars Zac Efron. 2,282 more words
2.Schindler’s List (2003)
Ratings: 8.9/10 IMDb; 97% Rotten Tomatoes
Cast: Liam Neeson; Ralph Fiennes; Ben Kingsley
My all-time favorite movie #2 is Schindler’s List, which I believe is the finest of films in the history of film making to date. 586 more words