“Who,” Toni Morrison asked me, “gives out the right to tell a story?”
“She was very compassionate, very thoughtful. She was very, very strong.”
Horses have been an odd, lifelong obsession for a Manhattanite daughter of a Holocaust survivor.
I recall with distinct mortification Toad’s striped, singlet bathing suit.
Literary cities are many, but there’s only one New York.
Parker left her estate to Martin Luther King, Jr. and, in the event of his death, the N.A.A.C.P.
What does Ayn Rand do when a global pandemic strikes?
“There were multiple inflection points where this could have been stopped. What you ended up with was 5,000 kids that are gonna have lifelong trauma.”
From Netanyahu to Kushner, here’s what Bolton thought of his time in Trump’s White House.
Roosevelt even kept two Jewish menorahs on display at his 95-acre estate on the North Shore of Long Island, Sagamore Hill
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