Over a caffé mocha—Starbucks, Astor Place—Allan Tsao, 24, admitted that he was nervous. It was the evening of Jan. 31, just 30 minutes before the screening of his short film in front of an audience of professors and friends at New York University.
Mr. Tsao completed his classes at the N.Y.U. film school in Read More
There were three police cars outside the door of Temple Shalom in Chevy Chase, Md. Inside, Julie Knoll, the temple president, advised a temple member named Leon to leave on account of his blood pressure, then went to the podium and said that the discussion was an opportunity to learn and share, and that people Read More
Forgive me, readers, for I have sinned: I missed the debate between the two Senate candidates. Domestic obligations, etc. By the time my duties were discharged, the high priests of political chat were resurrecting images from the debate by way of offering their post-mortems. This is good, I thought, sort of like tuning into ESPN’s Read More