Monsters in Crayon: One Man’s Drawings of the Time He Spent With Architects of the Holocaust
Nathan Hilu was charged with shining a spotlight into the cells of Nazi criminals.
“The Will to Create Is the Same as the Will to Live”—Achieving Immortality Through Holocaust Art
In 1944, a courageous band of artists at the Nazi concentration camp Theresienstadt cobbled together a play inspired by the joke—a black comedy entitled The Last Cyclist, in which bicycle riders are blamed for all of civilization’s woes and are hunted down and killed, one by one.
Another Way Religions Help
I’ll admit it, I’m kind of a sucker for those singing competition shows. Please understand, I’m not a singer, and I’ve never had any aspirations of singing into a microphone or in front of a crowd. But listening to people who can do it, and do it well, can really make my day.
Honoring the Girl Who Will Be With Us Forever, This Women’s History Month
Having left my teenage years behind (something Anne never got to do), The Diary of Anne Frank is on my bookshelf for my children to read.
We Are Lady Parts—The Next Generation of Muslim Representation
It was about time a show of this nature made its debut on the center stage. According to the Annual Population Survey spanning from April 2017 to March 2018, the second largest religion in the UK is Islam (representing 5%+ of the total population). This compares to the figure of about 1.4% in the U.S., in 2015.
What’s Divine About You
My reaction was so physically apparent that my daughter took one look at me and asked: “Why’s your face all red?!” That flushed complexion was, of course, a physical reaction triggered by the emotional experience.
We Can Do Without Edgar Wright’s Hypocrisy
Being a musician, I’m always interested in fellow artists who chart their own path and create music that is truly representative of their unique world—not derivative of what is “hot” at the time or purely motivated by a desire for broad acceptance.