Nat Hentoff has written for The Village Voice since 1958–three years after its founding. No more. Cost-cutting managers imagined the best way to save money was by laying off its greatest asset.
Today’s the 100th anniversary of the birth of legendary Nazi-hunter Simon Wiesenthal. The Jerusalem Post reports that in honor of the occasion, Yad Vashem has published a guide on antisemitism. I can’t find the link yet, however. Meanwhile, check out the webpage of the center that bears his name.
Janice Becca blogged from GYC at AdventistYA.com. Audio from presentations available here.
Bellaire cop sees car pull into driveway. Two people get out and proceed toward the front door. Cop thinks car is stolen and starts screaming at them, ends up shooting one. Problem is, the car wasn’t stolen. The owner was driving it. When the cop started acting crazy, the owner was in his own driveway,…