You know Lily. You do. She’s that chipper, slyly witty girl who works at the AT&T store — not a real one, but the one you see in those ubiquitous TV ads.20
April Fools Day was eventful for comedian and former Daily Show host Jon Stewart this year — and not because of a prank.
Arthur Miller’s 1953 masterpiece of witch trials and McCarthyism returns to Broadway in a brilliant revival that reminds the viewer all too well of what Philip Roth referred to as “The indigenous American berserk.”10
Louis Kittner was at work when a small group of prominent North Carolina businessmen came into his shop and asked the Polish Jew to join their club. Its name? The Ku Klux Klan.12
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