In This Issue
Doris Drucker, “'Invent Radium or I'll Pull Your Hair'”; Michael Fumento, “'Road Rage' Versus Reality”; Allen Shawn, “Craft's Stravinsky”; Richard Bausch, “Par”; and much more.
The oldest—and still the best—way to make most people's favorite pasta sauce need not be the most laborious
Imagine a land in which the dominant culture is an internationalized one, at every level; in which the political units that really matter are confederations of city-states; in which loyalty is an economic concept, when it is not obsolete; in which "the United States" exists chiefly to provide military protection. That is the land our correspondent glimpses, and it is no longer beyond the horizon
Set in the Germany of the Great War and the years after, this is the story of how young Doris Schmitz fought for independence from her Prussian mother, got an education, and fell in love with an eloquent young Austrian named Peter Drucker
Fire, this book argues, has been the central ecological factor in the making of the European landscape, an abiding symbol of Western civilization, and a forge for ideas about nature from the Neolithic to the Cold War
A media coinage that rests more on the infectious appeal of alliteration than on the weight of evidence
Through his own artistry, the writer and conductor Robert Craft shows us anew Stravinsky's music -- music Craft knows better than anyone else