The events of James Joyce’s novel, Ulysses, take place on June 16, 1904. They’re commemorated every year in a celebration called Bloomsday.
In the 1930s, Hollywood zeroed in on someone to blame for the country’s collective delinquency: bad mothers.
The bright circle of lamplight fell across shining plates heaped with Ma’s good bread, and crackling salt pork, and potatoes from the little garden browned in butter from Ellen, the Jersey cow.
“Here’s something to round out the supper, girls,” said Pa.
The erotic text is given the opportunity to explain itself.
Food crops from around the globe are protected from catastrophe in the world’s largest secure seed storage facility, the Global Seed Vault in Svalbard. But something recently went wrong.
No, the erstwhile drug dealer turned middle-aged rapper didn’t kill a novelist. He became one.