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Jeffrey Fleishman

Jeffrey Fleishman is a senior writer on film, art and culture. A 2002 Nieman fellow at Harvard University, he was a Pulitzer Prize finalist in feature writing. A longtime foreign correspondent, he served as bureau chief for The Times in Cairo and Berlin, and was previously based in Rome for the Philadelphia Inquirer. He has been a finalist for the Goldsmith Prize for Investigative Reporting and a finalist for the Center for Public Integrity’s Award for Outstanding International Investigative Reporting. He is the author of two novels, “Shadow Man” and “Promised Virgins: A Novel of Jihad.”
Inmigración, tecnología y Trump: mucho ha cambiado en EE.UU., pero este pueblo se resiste a perder su cine

La ciudad de Webster, con una población de aproximadamente 7,700 habitantes, es un retrato en miniatura de una nación cambiante.

Immigration. Technology. Trump. A lot has changed in small-town America. One Iowa town drew the line at its movie theater

The movie theater in Webster City is a defiant piece of America that has sustained this Iowa town through good times and bad. In the first of a series of occasional stories we journey across America in search of cultural touchstones reflecting our tumultuous political times.

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