Paulina Salas uses a gun and a passion for revenge to extract a confession from a man whom she believes years ago presided over her torture when she was held as a political prisoner.
‘Quilters’ uses song to tell stories of hardworking female pioneers
This weekend brings us to that time of the year when we reflect on death, loved ones, saints and sinners. In America, of course, that means we dress up in silly costumes and eat lots of sugar.
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The Lambda Literary Foundation, based in Los Angeles, is launching its first annual Authors Series in Santa Fe “to effectively provide services to areas outside of coastal large cities.”
On a cool, misty morning, Jeff Lowdermilk was wandering past rows of white crosses in the Meuse-Argonne Cemetery in France.
Joseph Marcell’s King Lear is no doddering old fool.