This story of two robots in love asserts that sacrifice is what makes love worthwhile.
Each of the women in these short stories are realistically drawn.
William J. Astore: The Pentagon Church Militant and Us: The Top Five Questions We Should Ask the PentagonMarch 19, 2010 Imagine, for a moment, if Pentagon officials, supposedly toiling in our name, actually condescended to ask us for our thoughts.
Lewis Lapham: The Great White Whale in San Francisco Bay Or How the “Lively Arts” Became “the Media”March 16, 2010 Truth as synonym for liberty isn’t a collectible. It is the joyous discovery of the enlarged sense and state of being that is the change of heart induced by the presence of a work of art.
The greatest living filmmaker you’ve never heard of.
That the conversations about The Pride have mostly been concerning the confusion about the story’s setting is a shame, as the ideas that drive the play are important.
Michelle Alexander: The New Jim Crow: How the War on Drugs Gave Birth to a Permanent American UndercasteMarch 9, 2010 Racial caste is alive and well in America.
Robert Reich: Why the Continuing Bad Job Numbers Make it Harder (But Even More Important) To Pass Health Care ReformMarch 8, 2010 Americans desperately need health care reform. They also desperately need jobs. Even if it’s difficult for many to make the connection, it’s still possible for the nation to try to do two important things at the same time.
Orson Welles, the true king of all-media.
Cringe comedy as only the British can do it.
Charlotte Gainsbourg and Beck’s combined sound and energy is a complete success.
The writers’ wise observations make this collection worthwhile.
Neither book requires its readers to be a fan of the star—and that’s why they are great reads.