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Art, food, fashion, and the way we live now.
The Buck Starts Here John Steele Gordon 07/21/2008
The most revolutionary invention in history is so ingrained in our daily lives that we scarcely consider it an invention at all.
Hollywood’s Hero Deficit James Bowman 07/07/2008
The movie industry no longer aspires to portray genuine heroism—even though that’s precisely what audiences want to see.
Let’s Declare a Truce in the Culture War Peter J. Wallison 06/16/2008
Neither faith nor science can answer the most important questions. So why are believers and atheists still bickering?
The Informational Land Rush James Bowman 06/04/2008
A lawsuit filed by a terrorism expert in Great Britain offers a window into our modern intellectual economy.
Triple Threat Raymond Sauer 06/02/2008
Big Brown has a chance to win the Triple Crown. But even if he does, that won’t solve horse racing’s money problems.
Can Money Buy Happiness? Arthur C. Brooks 05/12/2008
Money doesn’t buy happiness, but success does. Capitalism, moored in values of hard work, honesty, and fairness, is key.
Still Healthy After All These Years Laura Vanderkam 04/15/2008
Is American society prepared for the consequences of increased life expectancy? Robert Butler wants to know.
The American Scene THE AMERICAN 04/14/2008
The Venti Effect, Goldman Sachs on the "Hispanization" of America, the myth of off-shoring pollution, etc.
The Show Must Go On Jillian Cohan 04/07/2008
Aging acts account for most of the music industry's live performance revenue. What happens when these acts are gone?
Faster, Faster! Ralph Kinney Bennett 03/26/2008
Better technology and the need for speed go hand in hand.