I read this on my trip to Atlanta earlier this month… It’s a great and relatively quick read. Albert Richardson and Junius Browne were war correspondents for Horace Greeley’s rabidly abolitionist New York Tribune. The book follows their careers beginning in the languid early stages of the Civil War out West and then as […]
The stairway to heaven… The Last Bookstore, L.A.
Based on a novel by G.K. Chesterton, it tells the story of a disgraced Catholic priest (Francois Arnaud, The Borgias) on a mission to infiltrate an anti-Christian anarchist group. Also stars Jordi Molla (Riddick) and Ana Ularu (Emerald City).
A dark and artsy R-rated take on Chesterton? Color me intrigued. It’s currently playing […]
Mark Hendrickson has a great review of the above book at the Claremont of Review of Books
“The greatness of Ty Cobb,” remarked fellow Hall of Famer and former opponent, George Sisler, “was something that had to be seen, and to see him was to remember him forever.” Similar statements have been made about […]
If you ever make it to L.A. check out the Last Bookstore at 5th and Spring.