It’s a mystery to me why Nigerian food is not better known. It can only be the prejudice of poor exposure. I once took Antonio Carluccio to my favourite Nigerian restaurant in London and he raved at the revelation. But it was too late in his career to champion what might become the next great […]
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Earlier today I put together a neat little list about Mortal Kombat characters I’d like to see return to Mortal Kombat 11 following the epic set of reveals we had yesterday. Brain storming roster picks got me thinking about who I would to see added – well, at all – and bear with me because […]
It’s become a December-January tradition for newspapers to publish lists of the best or most popular books of the past year. Very few of these lists have included the types of books I am reading on Israeli and Jewish matters (including Torah commentary). So here is my admittedly narrow list of best books of the […]
The cruellest strains of contemporary American life are inseparable from the cruellest aspects of American history. Many of the best works of modern American cinema dramatize that history in the hope of resisting and overcoming its insidious power. One such film, “Cane River,” the only feature by Horace B. Jenkins, from 1982, was nearly lost—Jenkins […]
It’s his 80th birthday the day before the opening of his new exhibition at Leica Gallery in West Hollywood, but photographer Ralph Gibson is all about the future. With the straight-to-the-point title Digital Color, Gibson in his new exhibition declares that, rather than vainly try to get digital to behave like analog film, we should […]
Review: In ‘The Passage,’ the Bloodsuckers Are Vampire-Adjacent The New York Times A new Fox series based on the best-selling novels by Justin Cronin pits a preteen girl against the vampirelike victims of biomedical experimentation.
CLOSE ‘Jumpin’ Johnny Wilson, who won state at Anderson High School, broke records at Anderson College and eventually played for the Harlem Globetrotters, is being honored with a nine foot sculpture at Anderson High School. Mykal McEldowney/IndyStar The first time Jumpin’ Johnny Wilson felt the unfairness, it was blatant. A coach made things crystal clear to […]
Patty Rhule, Special to USA TODAY Published 5:15 p.m. ET Jan. 11, 2019 “Annelies,” by David Gillham. (Photo: Viking) Anne Frank was a Jewish teenager who wrote an unforgettable book about spending two years in hiding while the Nazis occupied Amsterdam. She was 15 when she died of typhus in 1945 in Bergen-Belsen concentration camp, but her […]
According to Cageside Seats, the publisher and editor of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter Dave Meltzer claims Vince McMahon’s promotion were initially set to put Rousey in another bout against Charlotte Flair. However, the encounter didn’t take place because the wrestling giants are considering a WrestleMania 35 megamatch between Rousey, Charlotte and Becky Lynch. ‘Rowdy’, The […]
Even if you have no interest in English football, you will probably be aware that something called the “January transfer window” is now open. This liberating concept extends to most big European leagues, now mid-season, and means that clubs are free to move players in and out for the rest of the month, culminating with […]