Healing Teeth, Restoring Lives

October 14, 2019

Vol. 221 / No. 8

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October 14, 2019

Arts & Culture Books
Renée Darline RodenOctober 04, 2019

‘When Life Gives You Pears’ reads as a polished version of a long catch-up conversation with a good friend, writes Renée Darline Roden.

Arts & Culture Books
Tom DeignanOctober 04, 2019

In short, Greenhouse argues, “Something is fundamentally broken in the way many American employers treat their workers.”

Arts & Culture Books
David GibsonOctober 04, 2019

Echoing Pope Francis’ exaltation of the “middle-class of holiness,” Robert Ellsberg prefers to describe saints simply as “those who walk in the paths of holiness.”

Arts & Culture Books
Daniel CosacchiOctober 04, 2019

This book, the story of a Czech priest working under communist oppression, constitutes a profound reflection on the 1989 collapse of communism and the liberation of the Czech people.

Herman Melville was born 200 years ago this August (photo: Alamy).
Arts & Culture Books
Christopher SandfordOctober 04, 2019

Melville, who was born 200 years ago this August, was consumed with the issue of humanity’s capacity for good or evil.

Arts & Culture Music
Vivian CabreraAugust 30, 2019

Our music superstars sounded and looked a little bit different, one woman, in particular. She was known as La Reina del Tex Mex, the Queen of Tejano music: Selena Quintanilla.

Arts & Culture Television
Mansur ShaheenSeptember 13, 2019

I had never truly experienced what representation in media felt like until I watched Hulu’s “Ramy.”