The Paris Principle: politics are sooo hot.
The lovelorn, fragile women the media once revered have given way to skank posses of the skinny, the slutty and the overindulged.
The Nation Cruise drops its final anchor and its highly politicized passengers head for home.
Veterans for Peace in Juneau greeted the Nation cruise when it docked in their city with a rally against the war.
When an ardently progressive magazine sponsors a cruise through the fragile waters off the coast of Alaska, the environmental, economic and human realities are ripe for contemplation.
In her latest shipboard dispatch, one passenger resists fear of global warming, is charmed by Rocky Anderson and manages not to do what so many others have contemplated.
Lois Gordon's new biography of Nancy Cunard brings the legendary heiress and activist back to life.
The last book in J.K. Rowling's saga is marked by throwaway references to a post-9/11 world and derivative insights that never add up to a coherent moral vision.
Peter Morgan's new play is highly entertaining; Frank Langella's portrait of Nixon is brutally amusing; yet the play is historically inaccurate.
Put a progressive spin on the self-help bestseller.