Arts & Culture Books
Thomas MaierAugust 16, 2017
As social observers, generally from opposite ends of the political spectrum, both men were keenly aware of England’s long-held class divisions.
Thomas MaierOctober 23, 2014
'The Roosevelts,' by Geoffrey C. Ward and Ken Burns
FRIEND OF JOE. Randolph Churchill, son of Winston Churchill, and his bride, Pamela Digby, leaving St. John’s Church in London after their marriage on Oct. 10, 1939.
Thomas MaierOctober 15, 2014
Winston Churchill’s childhood, at least the first “wavering lights and shadows of dawning consciousness,” as he put it, began in the most unlikely of places: Éire. “My earliest memories are Ireland,” he explained in his autobiography. “I can recall scenes and eve
Thomas MaierMay 07, 2012
Money and the church: the latest expose from Jason Berry