Katya Grineva has developed an international following playing music I’ve mostly been ignoring. Turns out the mistake was all mine.
I’m may be an incurable pedagogue, but at least my students keep coming back for more. With their encouragement, I’m going to offer you some serious rules for the hard road ahead.
In a recent posting to Salon.com, the admirable Glenn Greenwald considers liberal commentators’ response to recent legislation passed by Congress and approved by President Obama.
In his new blog, Eliot Hurwitz reflects upon Barack Obama’s speech on race relations in America.
With their humorous diction and sudden changes of rhythm and speed, William Gottlieb’s racy, percussive poems cover a lot of territory fast. He pleads for us to get serious about the cut.
Several hundred years ago, the dominant tribes of Europe underwent a sudden and profound leap in the evolutionary development of their left-brain, transforming medieval primitives into engineers. . . The age of mass consumption had begun.