July

The Thrill and the Agony

Tour de ‘Fans’: Who’s following Lance? If you haven’t watched any of the Tour de France on the Outdoor Life Network, how can you call yourself a sports fan?

Film review roundup

Immigrants navigate London’s dark side • 28 Days questions humanity • Pirates

Four new CDs are great world music

Music reviews Remi Bolduc/Kenny Werner, Tchat Coral Egan/Alex Cattaneo, The Path of Least Resistance Various Artists, Euro Lounge

A sons story of survival

If you’re a regular reader of this newspaper you may think you know Robert Meeropol’s story. Think again.

Sports shorts Sports shorts By Chas Walker

Red Sox and Yankees split series Baseball fans got a close look at the race for the American League East pennant over the past several days, as the Boston Red Sox squared off with the New York Yankees in a four-game series.

Harry Potter and the irresistable read

Review I admit it – I was lured in by the hype. I can be honest about that, that a woman with a college background in critical literary theory, who has done extensive critical writing on the works of Samuel Beckett, Shakespeare, William B. Yeats and Salman Rushdie, was drawn to the new Harry Potter book like a moth to a flame.

Sports shorts

Can LeBron James save Cleveland? / Spurred to victory

Whats a little grease?

Poetry What’s a little grease? by Tony Pecinovsky

Hanns Eisler: composer as revolutionary

The cultural worker: “How necessary music is and how important it can be in the greatest struggles for a new world” – Hanns Eisler

Anne Feeney tours Texas

Every Spring, Texas is favored by a whirlwind tour by folk and labor singer Anne Feeney. She travels by car through the state, north to south, to the famous Kerrville Folk Festival. Coming and going, she hits the major cities for impromptu concerts. No venue is too large or small.

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