Arts & Entertainment
Americans dislike poetry. At least, that’s the popular sentiment. So in an effort to strengthen the relationship between Americans and poetry, former poet laureate, Robert Pinsky, launched the Favorite Poem Project.
When Chinua Achebe unveiled “Things Fall Apart” (1958) he had no idea that his story would ultimately be recognized as a turning point in African literature.
Filled with successes and failures both large and small, The Wizard of Oz is perhaps the single greatest movie of the 20th century.
Bob Briner knew that 80 percent of Americans claimed to believe in Jesus. He knew that church attendance was at an all time high. He also realized that Christianity had become ineffective. Then he did something about it.
Charlie Peacock on Bob Briner and the concept of “Roaring Lambs.”
The drive-in movie theater began its long swan song 40 years ago. But by reaching out to a new generation of movie-goers, the drive-in has forestalled its decline while searching for a new identity.