A few items from F. Scott Fitzgerald you might consider checking out if you haven’t.
Alternate titles to this entry include: “When cardboard is a flavor profile” and “Free coffee not nearly worth what I paid.”
Kathryn Bigelow’s first feature film since her award-winning effort, “The Hurt Locker,” returns to the Middle East– but this time its focus is less the front lines and more the back rooms, the CIA operatives hunting for Osama bin Laden.
Early in U.S. History, synagogues were designed to look like other civic buildings. If you passed by a synagogue, you might think you were strolling past a bank. Maybe that has a similar root cause to why Jews tend to decorate the interior of their homes for the holidays; rarely the exterior.
The Queen of Versailles (directed by Lauren Greenfield) is an excellent, fascinating, compelling documentary about money, greed, excess, and ultimately what all that does to a person.