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A Beirut Heart

This disturbing and yet beautiful memoir, written by a courageous housewife, places us inside something we seldom think about – domestic survival during civil war. A Beirut Heart imposes upon the reader a haunting metaphor about how the tragic destruction of a great city can be paralleled in the psyche of even the most resilient of its inhabitants. Read More…

Making It

For those too young to have lived it, or too high to remember it…
Turn on, tune in, and ride along in the front car of the roller coaster life of Ted Myers, as he chases his dreams of rock stardom through the ‘60s, ‘70s and ‘80s. Read More…

Ten Years and Change

Michael P. Amram grew up during the Vietnam war and vividly remembers the political atmosphere of the period. The country convulsed repeatedly, spewing out new prototypes for democracy each time. Amid the assassinations and riots, one group challenged the hawkish path that the Johnson-Humphrey administration chose to follow.
What the McCarthy Democrats did was quixotically rare in politics. Read More…