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Local School Adds Holocaust Memoir By Syosset Resident To Curriculum

Holocaust education is mandatory in New York State, but one local writer wants Nassau County schools to use his father’s incredible story from World War II in their curricula. Sherwin Gluck published Private Good Luck last...

Sasquatch Research

For his new book Devolution, author Max Brooks did a deep dive into a number of books that would be able to give him a handle on credibly writing about the controversial subject that is...

A Different Look At World War II: The Prisoner’s Wife By Maggie Brookes

Former journalist Maggie Brookes penned The Prisoner's Wife, giving readers a different look at World War II from a peculiar perspective.

Not So Sweet: New Book Identifies Hidden Sugar And Healthy Swaps

On average, Americans consume more than 110 pounds of sugar per year. That’s 22 teaspoons a day, far exceeding the limits recommended by the American Heart Association: nine teaspoons for men and six teaspoons for...

Book Review: Christopher Caldwell’s The Age of Entitlement

“Optimism is cowardice.” So claimed Oswald Spengler on the final pages of his 1931 polemic, Man and Technics. With the publication of Christopher Caldwell’s The Age of Entitlement: America Since the Sixties, Spengler nods. As...

Literary Chicago: A Haven For Hustlers And Swindlers

Chicago, Carl Sandburg’s “city of big shoulders,” is not necessarily thought of as a literary city. As home to the famous Poetry magazine and countless successful authors, the Windy City has carved out a place...
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