In the quest to bring Osama bin Laden to justice, the option must be given strong consideration: capturing him, then taking him before an international tribunal.
OPINIONS: Deitchland uber alles? Deitch Projects comes to WilliamsburgBy Justin McGuirk
I dont remember every surviving long enough through a game of Monopoly to have any hotels; impatience and a childlike business sense were my constant companions there, hopelessly undermining my nonetheless enviable competitive streak.
RESPONSE: A Tribute, of SortsBy Shelley Pasnik
In the May/June issue of the Brooklyn Rail, Cathy Nan Quinlan makes a glorious attempt to connect two painters, Vermeer and Clyfford Still, and a baked organic chicken.
Street Work: Globalizing Resistance From Brooklyn to InandaBy Rachel Neumann
In the large black township of Inanda, in Durban, South Africa, most people live in sloping tin shacks without any means of waste disposal. The lucky ones live in square cement homes with a water faucet outside.
Memories of the Good FightBy Robert Steck
Robert Steck, a veteran of the Lincoln Brigades, regularly delivers the following talk on the Spanish Civil War to high school students across Arizona.
Soap and CivilizationBy C. Layman
My mother, for as long as I can remember, made our household soap. I dont know if she did this out of her concern for saving money, her suspicion of commercial products...