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Before blue states and red states, PACs or cable news, there was the era of Susan Mary Alsop, known as "the second lady of Camelot," who ruled a kingdom called Georgetown beginning in the 1960s. More than just a hostess, Alsop — a descendant of...
Tags: Henry Kissinger, John F. Kennedy, Georgetown
Opinion L.A.Israel's fundamental policy toward the Palestinians is the problem -- and that policy has hardly changed, despite the seemingly diverse sequence of left, right and center parties that have been in power....
Babylon & BeyondA few months ago, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu approved new regulations allowing state archives to extend classification of material from a period of 50 years to 70. The decision was made following pressure from Israel's security services and...
REGINALD LEVY Pilot was hailed as a hero in '72 hijacking Reginald Levy, 88, a pilot praised for his cool-headed bravery during a 1972 hijacking by Palestinian militants, died of a suspected heart attack or blood clot Aug. 1 in Dover, England, his...
Tags: Golda Meir
The Hero ComplexReed Johnson caught up with Joe Sacco and found that the cartoonist and correspondent may be taking a break from his hot-zone reportage. If our present era constitutes a sort of End Times for mainstream media, it's proving to be......
The Hero ComplexREVIEW Los Angeles Times book editor David L. Ulin has reviewed the new book from Joe Sacco and found that it doesn't answer the big questions about the Middle East and that may be its biggest strength. "Footnotes in Gaza"......
Joe Sacco's "Footnotes in Gaza" is not a sequel to his 1996 book " Palestine," although it's tempting to read it as such. Both are works of comic-book journalism that take place in the occupied territories, and both offer a ground's-eye-view of situations...
Tags: Civil Unrest, Crimes, Palestine, Arts and Culture, Joe Sacco
Babylon & BeyondCapt. Assaf Ramon was buried beside his father, Ilan Ramon, the Israeli astronaut killed with six others in the Columbia space shuttle disaster. The bittersweet success story of a boy following his father's path, graduating flight school with honors only....
Tribune senior correspondentBryce Lockwood, Marine staff sergeant, Russian-language expert, recipient of the Silver Star for heroism, ordained Baptist minister, is shouting into the phone. "I'm angry! I'm seething with anger! Forty years, and I'm seething with anger!" Lockwood was...
Sun Foreign StaffLOD AIR FORCE BASE, Israel - Near the end of the space shuttle Columbia's ill-fated mission, American astronaut David Brown sent a short e-mail to the wife and children of his Israeli crewmate, Ilan Ramon. Moved that Ramon had honored his Jewish religion...
Tags: Civil Unrest, Family, Iraq, NASA, Disasters and Accidents
Sometimes a movie interests us less for its artistry than for the world it opens up. A case in point: "Time of Favor," which won six Israeli Academy Awards in 2000. Despite the heavy acclaim in its native country, this first-time feature by U.S.-born...
Tags: Civil Unrest, Academy Awards, Movies, Death, Chicago Tribune
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