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Hard to Stomach: Romania, Anti-Semitism, and the Lessons of Fascism

Hard to Stomach: Romania, Anti-Semitism, and the Lessons of Fascism

By Hans Rollman

26 Sep 2017 // 2:30 AM

Mihail Sebastian's depiction of the many faces of anti-Semitism in For Two Thousand Years, from workplace jokes to street violence, is breath-taking in its horror. ...

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Was the Blues Born on a Vaudeville Stage?

By Mark Reynolds

25 Sep 2017 // 2:00 AM

Black creative and economic self-determination within the music industry didn’t begin with Chance the Rapper, or Prince, or even Motown....

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//News

Midwestern 'Weirdness' Inspires Neil Gaiman's 'American Gods'>

Neil Gaiman’s American Gods tackles earth-rumbling concepts -- faith, mortality, media obsession -- but his acclaimed novel is rooted in the relative quiet of the Midwest....

Alec Baldwin Reflects on His Life, Career in Witty Memoir 'Nevertheless'>

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Jason Molina's Mythological Palette, Warts and All

// Re:Print

"Osmon lights the oil lamps on the process of Molina’s creative wonder, from toddling on the shores of Lake Erie to the indie folk pedestal he so deservedly sits upon today.

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