In Memoriam

Like the great doctors he admired and wrote so well about, Dr. Nuland was the consummate healer.

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In the business of being a child star, no one could match Shirley Temple.

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The actor, found dead this afternoon in his New York apartment, defied all Hollywood convention.

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We begin to understand people when we know their heroes. Jean Bethke Elshtain’s intellectual hero was St. Augustine; her political hero was Vaclav Havel. From Augustine she learned that evil is a real and active force in human affairs and that it is our duty to oppose it as best we can. From Havel she learned the power of bearing intransigent witness to truth and the importance of treating one’s adversaries with restraint and magnanimity.

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After hearing the news that Eydie Gormé died on Saturday, I found myself wondering, not for the first time, how it is that certain female pop singers, whose singing appears not to be sexy, are sexy.

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Alan Sharp's movies reflected the confusion, failures, and darkness of the 1970s—and maybe that's why no one wanted to see them.

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Charles Fried remembers the towering American philsopher, who died last week.

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