Please read this letter before it’s too late. Please read it while you are still able. Please read it while your eyeballs are still ungouged. Please read it before your spray-tanned flesh is gnawed and torn from your bones.
Run to the bathroom, bolt the door—do it now!—call the Los Angeles Zoo, and Read More
A Battery Park City resident was wondering when her life would return to normal. There were armed soldiers in the streets, she told a radio reporter. Soldiers and military checkpoints-in downtown Manhattan. When would life be normal again?
The resurgent New York Mets played what was, in parochial baseball terms, a critical series with the Read More
Here’s a deportation case you’ll never hear about on those cable television screamfests, but if you haven’t entirely given up on the idea of justice, it surely is worth a scream or two.
The Immigration and Naturalization Service, under the jurisdiction of Attorney General Janet Reno, is spending taxpayer dollars to split up a family Read More
There is a moment in Jim Sheridan’s incandescent The Boxer that reveals, in a single, perfectly timed edit, what a movie can do. It is a tiny moment, but a moment of truth nevertheless, and it is worth all the goggle-eyed reaction shots, all the cartoon gestures and music-soaked shtick of a Spielberg. It comes Read More