Some people believe that the profession of history is just a big game of telephone. It’s not. Here’s why.
Richard Linklater’s classic film turns 25 this year. What does it have to say about the ’70s, and the ’90s?
One of America’s most iconic structures remains, 85 years later, the embodiment of its age.
The Dublin depicted in James Joyce’s “Ulysses” is a city frozen in time, a snapshot of an era that existed only briefly, and will never come again.
In the 1950s, a major American city was seized by a bizarre episode of mass hysteria. What caused it, and what does it mean?