Saying goodbye to a beloved and uniquely colorful character.
The Chamber Music Society opens its 50th anniversary season.
Earle Mack’s equine therapy project for military veterans advances.
Jamie MacGuire remembers an eventful summer, now 40 years past.
Of backgammon and behavior, through the lens of nostalgia.
A new book examines the architectural legacy of Addison Mizner.
On November 11, we will commemorate the 100th anniversary of Armistice Day, the end of World War I—“the war to end all wars.” The ceasefire was set for “the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month,” ending a conflict that had killed 16 million and caused 37 million casualties. The War decimated the flower of a generation in Europe, and the punitive terms demanded by the Allied victors of Germany stoked the rise of National Socialism, Hitler, and, ultimately, World War II, which would result in over 50 million dead.