What was Bravo thinking with these new chicks?
Yazidi girls raped in front of parents.
Bahai boys beheaded in my homeland.
Pakistani babies left to die of starvation.
Hindu boys forced to convert, forcefully killed.
Muslim babies married, then murdered.
Christian girls passed around like handkerchiefs, half-alive buried.
Depression is an illness.
This is what we see happening in Ferguson.
A bill introduced by the chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee would link assistance to the Palestinian Authority to its efforts to stop incitement.
In Ira Sachs’ new film, “Love Is Strange,” George (Alfred Molina), a choir director at a Catholic school, and Ben (John Lithgow), a painter, take advantage of New York’s gay marriage laws and joyfully tie the knot.
As James Foley is beheaded and rocket attacks resume on Israel:
A few years ago, I discovered that there is actually something called The Big Lebowski Studies, a tongue-in-cheek academic discipline wholly devoted to a single Coen brothers movie (and, if I may say so, hardly their best movie).
Jewish summer camp is great … at least, that’s what I hear.
She might not make you matzah ball soup, but camp mom does provide emotional solace to homesick campers.
Summer camp isn’t just a place for kids. Ask Lori Brockman, a mother of two who recently took part in a family camp in Malibu.