When the U.S. Supreme Court announced its final set of opinions this term, I was nearly 1,000 miles from my home, hanging out with my
What was your favorite book when you were a kid? I spent much of my childhood in 1980s and ‘90s reading (and re-reading) the Anne
On June 11th, the Hedgerow Theatre Company in Delaware County is producing a free staged reading of Persuasion (adapted by Sarah Rose Kearns). How exciting!
In this post, Mr. AMB reviews The Gone World, a science fiction novel. I was sitting nearby when he read the scene that takes place
Anyone who believes that lawyers never serve on juries is wrong. I’m a lawyer, and I’ve been selected* twice. My first time on a jury,
Harper Lee’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, To Kill a Mockingbird, is at the center of yet another legal drama. This time, Tonja Carter, the representative of