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  • 'American Lady' by Caroline de Margerie

    'American Lady' by Caroline de Margerie
    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 founding father John Jay and married to columnist Joe Alsop — reigned for more than four decades. Her home was a gathering place for real conversation about issues like the SALT talks and the war in Vietnam, not the shallow meet-and-greet affairs that characterize parties today.
  • Obama's real Israel problem -- and it isn't Bibi [Blowback]

    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.

    'Footnotes in Gaza' by Joe Sacco

    'Footnotes in Gaza' by Joe Sacco
    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...

    ISRAEL: Pilot and astronaut father share final resting place

    Capt. 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....

    REVIEW: Joe Sacco's 'Footnotes in Gaza': An uneasy balance between history and forgetting

    REVIEW 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"...