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Michelangelo and Ulysses came home from the war with knapsacks bulging, bearing the reward for hardships suffered and inflicted. "We promised you the world," the soldiers boasted to their wives.
What does it mean that a whopping 70 percent of Americans, according to a recent New York Times-CBS News poll, believe that mass culture is responsible for debasing our moral values?
To hear conservatives describe it, the only video appearances that hurt John Kerry more than that of Osama bin Laden were those of Hollywood celebrities, who united behind his candidacy as never
No musical life has been told more often than Wagner's. Biographies have wafted incense around him, or been incensed by him.
You may recall the to-do occasioned two winters past by a certain shift in the mise-en-scène at the United Nations.
Also in this issue, an essay on Romare Bearden by Arthur C. Danto .
Also in this issue, Branford Marsalis talks about Romare Bearden with Adam Shatz.
On the morning of November 25, 1970, the body of a young African-American male was recovered from the foot of the Congress Street Pier in Brooklyn.
Travistan will keep kids asking questions about music, politics and life.