Kati Nolfi is a librarian and writer in Washington, D.C.
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Girl Afraid My youth was filled with warnings. “Just Say No,” “This is Your Brain on Drugs,” and “No Means No” pervaded the cultural ether in the early ’90s. The advice came from our teachers, police […]
The Shlomo Sand (Inter)view In his book Varieties of Religious Experience, William James wrote about the power the irrational holds over the rational:
If you have intuitions at all, they come from a deeper level of […]
Measuring Genius The praise for the recent Museum of Modern Art exhibition, boldly but simply entitled Picasso Sculpture, contained one superlative after another. Roberta Smith, writing in the New York […]