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Epoch Booklist: Recommended Reading
This week, we range from a collection of first-rate poetry to a fictional work on the rise of Adolf Hitler for a great selection of recommended reads. Fiction Thrilling World ...
February 22, 2022
Epoch Booklist: Recommended Reading
From an iconic Cold War spy novel to a self-portrayal by Lawrence of Arabia of his exploits, here ...
February 13, 2022
Epoch Booklist: Noteworthy Reads
History "The American Story" By David Barton and Tim Barton The Guiding Hand of Providence Many events leading ...
November 5, 2021
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Book Review: ‘They Made Us Happy: Betty Comden & Adolph Green’s Musicals & Movies’
With works ranging from those which have long since attained classic status—such as the 1952 MGM musical "Singin' ...
May 9, 2020
Book Review: ‘Ray Bolger: More Than a Scarecrow’: A Star of Yesteryear
It can be a challenge to create a complex portrait of a man when any mention of his ...
April 28, 2020
Book Review: ‘Joanne Woodward: Her Life and Career’: A Talented Actress Seen Through Minutiae
For better or worse, actress Joanne Woodward (born Feb. 27, 1930) will always be linked with her late ...
April 17, 2020
Book Review: ‘You’re Not Listening: What You’re Missing and Why It Matters’
“Who listens to you?” Ask yourself that question and then answer it honestly. That question is what Kate ...
March 30, 2020
Writing Matters: 5 Books That Can Help Us Become Better Writers
Some writers and teachers among us, praise be to all of them, are obsessed with writing, grammar, syntax, ...
July 16, 2019
Book Review: ‘Sacred Duty: A Soldier’s Tour at Arlington National Cemetery’
Arlington National Cemetery is well-known as the final resting place for fallen U.S. soldiers. Less famous is the ...
June 12, 2019
Remembering ‘The Longest Day’
History is only remembered by stories, and it can be lost in a moment when we lose the ...
June 6, 2019
Book Review: ‘The Next Right Thing: A Simple, Soulful Practice for Making Life Decisions’
According to Emily Freeman, author of “The Next Right Thing,” it is estimated that adults make over 35,000 ...
May 15, 2019
Book Review: ‘The Point of It All: A Lifetime of Great Loves and Endeavors’
Readers will enjoy the new Charles Krauthammer book, “The Point of It All: A Lifetime of Great Loves ...
March 3, 2019
Book Review: ‘Grateful American: A Journey From Self to Service’
Albert Einstein’s quote, “The true value of a human being is determined primarily by the measure and the ...
February 3, 2019
Book Review: ‘Frederick Douglass: Prophet of Freedom’
An extraordinary biography, “Frederick Douglass: Prophet of Freedom” by David W. Blight seems to have captured Douglass's mind and heart ...
December 12, 2018
Looking at the Civil War With New Eyes
This particular Veterans Day offers a time to reflect on another era when our nation was divided: the Civil War. ...
November 6, 2018
Book Review: ‘Erasing America: Losing Our Future by Destroying Our Past’
James S. Robbins is the Paul Revere of America today. While Revere is known for his midnight ride in ...
October 15, 2018
Book Review: ‘The Aging Brain’
How can we maintain our independence, autonomy, and abilities as we age? In his book “The Aging Brain: ...
August 27, 2018
Book Review: ‘Fish Eyes for Pearls: A Magical Realism Memoir’ by Masha Savitz
Artist and documentary filmmaker Masha Savitz recently released her debut book, “Fish Eyes for Pearls: A Magical Realism ...
May 11, 2018
Celebrating Arbor Day With Books
Trees were once considered sacred and awe-inspiring: Oaks were worshiped by the European Druids, redwoods were a part of American Indian ritual, ...
April 24, 2018
Book Review: ‘Something Wonderful: Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Broadway Revolution’
It should be noted that Todd S. Purdum's “Something Wonderful: Rodgers and Hammerstein's Broadway Revolution" is not about ...
April 16, 2018
Book Review: ‘The Wisdom of Wolves: Lessons From the Sawtooth Pack’
With several books and many films under the Dutchers' belts, including Discovery Channel's successful documentary “Wolves at Our Door” ...
April 11, 2018
Funny Books for Children
William Watson called April in his poem the month of “golden laughter.” With that in mind, here are ...
April 2, 2018
Book Review: ‘Blue Ocean Shift: Beyond Competing’ by W. Chan Kim and Renée Mauborgne
The authors that penned one of the most popular business books of recent times—“Blue Ocean Strategy”—are back on ...
March 17, 2018
Book Reviews: Andrew Jackson, The Man on the Bill
Andrew Jackson has been pictured on the $20 bill since 1928—a bit of historical irony since he opposed ...
February 16, 2018
Books on Tides, Bilingual Education, Crop Monocultures, and Rearing Children in French (or New York) Style
‘Tides: The Science and Spirit of the Ocean’ By Jonathan White Trinity University Press 360 pages; hardcover, $28 ...
December 27, 2017
Book Review: ‘A White House Christmas: Including Floral Design Tutorials’
In a new book by Laura Dowling, “A White House Christmas: Including Floral Design Tutorials,” readers can enjoy ...
December 20, 2017
Book Review: ‘How to Write Classical Poetry’
"How to Write Classical Poetry: A Guide to Forms, Techniques, and Meaning" is a guide I wish I ...
October 2, 2017
8 Republican Presidential Hopefuls Attend Iowa ‘Roast and Ride’ Event, Trump Notably Absent
Less Than 10 Percent of Pistol Braces Registered With ATF by Deadline
Nearly Everyone in US Has Antibodies Against COVID-19: Study
The Podcast That Delivers Messages From the Afterlife | Mysteries of Life (S1, E11)
Office Vacancy Rates at Historic Highs in San Francisco, Potentially 40 Percent: Experts
How Humans Were Used as ‘Lab Rats’ in the COVID Pandemic: Dr. Ryan Cole on Fragmented mRNA, Spike Protein Messages, and the Vaccine ‘Ego’
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Manchester City Edge Closer to Treble After FA Cup Final Win Over Manchester United
Tennessee Bill Banning Drag Shows in Front of Children Unconstitutional: Federal Judge
Danielle D’Souza Gill Explains How the GOP and Religious Voters Go Hand in Hand, While the Democratic Party Is the Party of Godlessness
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‘Keep Ideals Alive’: Washington Vigil Pays Tribute to Chinese Students Killed in Tiananmen Square Massacre