Freedom Riders: Terror and profundity in eyewitness history of an epochal era
We sadly note the passing of Kevin Starr, preeminent historian of California. Via @SFGate:
Millicent Dillon: “the originality and emotional power” of Jane Bowles
Gertrude Stein and Virgil Thomson’s Four Saints sing again in new recording
Edgar Allan Poe, “The Angel of the Odd”
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