On the 8th March 1945, the Black Forest town of Donaueschingen witnessed two events. The first, Anselm Kiefer was born; the second, his neighbour’s house was targeted by allied bombers, leaving nothing behind but a sewing machine. 678 more words
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Bill Moyers: You dedicate your book [Cultural Amnesia: Necessary Memories from History and the Arts] to four women. Why?
Clive James: Well, it’s a feminist book really. 505 more words
The biggest threat now is not Radical Islam. It is "Apocalyptic Islam." Let me explain. (Excerpts from my address to the National Religious Broadcasters Convention)
(Nashville, Tennessee) — Yesterday, the Christian Post published the following article: “ISIS, Iran Are Agents of ‘Apocalyptic Islam’ Paving Way for ‘Islamic Messiah,’ Says NYT Bestselling Author.” 978 more words
Berlin city of events. City of culture. Indeed, visitors who come to Berlin from all over the world have about 1,500 events to choose from — every day. 589 more words