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Peeping Penguins (1937)
Peeping Penguins (1937)
Curious penguins investigate an abandoned cabin, heedless of their mother's warning that "curiosity killed the cat." Credit: Public Domain Movies - Feature Films: Cinema collection: Epoch Original content: ...
Traditional Culture
PROGRAMMING ALERT: 2022 NTD International Traditional Chinese Martial Arts Competition
Horror, Heroism, and a Woman Named Heda
What Is the Connection Between Modern Motivation and Age-Old Hope? Part 1
Images of Hope: The Good Shepherd
Theater Review: ‘Epiphany’: A Flicker in the Darkness
Shen Yun’s 1st Post-Pandemic Season to Conclude in Nation’s Capital
Theater Review: ‘Funny Girl,’ a Show Where Joy and Sorrow Go Hand in Hand
Theater Review: ‘It Came From Outer Space’
Epoch Booklist: Recommended Reading for Aug. 5–Aug. 11
Book Review: ‘Let My People Know: The Incredible Story of Middle East Peace—and What Lies Ahead’
Book Review: ‘The Last of the 357th Infantry: Harold Frank’s WWII Story of Faith and Courage’
Book Review: ‘Think Like a Horse: Lessons in Life, Leadership, and Empathy From an Unconventional Cowboy’
Rewind, Review, and Re-Rate: ‘The Trial’: Justice Delayed Is Justice Denied 
Rewind, Review, and Re-Rate: ‘The Trial’: Justice Delayed Is Justice Denied 
NR | 1h 59 min | Drama | 1962 Orson Welles’s formidable baritone introduces his masterpiece, “The Trial” (1962), with a parable. A man shows up at the seemingly beckoning ...
Epoch Watchlist: What to Watch for Aug. 12–18
Came to Supper (1942)
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer (1948)
Popcorn and Inspiration: 1952’s ‘Limelight’: Charlie Chaplin’s Incandescent Humanity Shines Through
Franz Schubert and the Pathway to Romanticism
A World of Beautiful Sound: Inbal Segev
The Poetic Significance of Franz Liszt’s ‘Liebestraum’
The Power of Sound: The Mozart Effect
How Mark Twain Discovered His Wit and Style as a Reporter Working in America’s Rough and Tumble West
The 2 Monsters of the French Revolution Who Were Consumed by Power—and Lost Their Heads on the Same Day
In the Forge: The Making of John Paul II
Henry Flipper Rose From Slavery to Become West Point’s First Black Graduate—and a Staunch Anti-New Dealer