Singin’ in the Rain for the 68th Time It’s a bit specialized, admittedly. Nonetheless, Ben Davis’s Repertory Movie Theaters of New York City: Havens for Revivals, Indies and the Avant-Garde, 1960-1994 delivers exactly what the […]
Lines of Spines If you ask Google Images what a library is, you’ll get a very clear answer: books on shelves in a column-faced building.
Like Google, most of us think of the library as a storehouse for […]
Our Silver Age of Natural Science Astronomers have discovered nearly 6,000 planets in the last 20 years. And Neanderthals had red hair and freckles.
We are living in a great age of natural science.
In “On First […]