“I have many, many ancestors,” she said. “A lot of them are in unknown graves up North where they died on the battlefield. A lot of them came back maimed. Among the bodegas and tiny pipe shops on the border between Alphabet City and the East Village stands the brand new, utterly hip Mast Books. Since opening two months ago, Mast which sells used books on literature and art has attracted a steady stream of New Yorkers looking to buy and sell anything from vintage magazines to tattered copies of Naked Lunch. A constant fixture at the counter is Robbie McDonald, who uses his discerning eye to decide which books the store will purchase.
“The 1956 German poster for Godzilla is dominated by this fiery urban conflagration, which must have been visually powerful for audiences in a nation that had been recently subjected to firebombing,” he said. Pflugfelder, who was visiting Japan at the time of the 2011 meltdown at the Fukushima Dai ichi nuclear power plant, triggered by an earthquake and tsunami, is not surprised that Godzilla, a monster born in the 1950s out of fears of a nuclear disaster, endures as a powerful symbol today. Yet he notes that successive remakes have reflected different cultural anxieties depending on the period, from concerns about rampant capitalism and commercialism during the economically prosperous 1960s, to the growing awareness of pollution and environmental degradation in the 1970s, as seen in the 1971 Godzilla vs.
Paying players has, and still probably, occurs somewhere in college basketball. But never had it been uncovered on such a large scale. The statute of limitations hasn’t expired for the NCAA to do something, even though it’s now 10 years since the most major violation.
The books all belong to his personal collection. The Tom Dixon lamps are all originals, and the decorative glassware once belonged to his grandparents. The lounge, which just celebrated its third anniversary, is one of the hippest in town.. Well, damn! That’s some great news. We could pretty much put it out of our minds, and we almost did. We moved back to Miami.
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In appointing Bollinger a professor of the University, the Trustees have recognized the scope of his service as university wide, an honor conferred on faculty members of the highest distinction.Since he became Columbia’s President, Bollinger has been a member of the Columbia Law School faculty and has taught an undergraduate course each year on the First Amendment and Freedom of Speech and Press. He continues to write on issues of global press freedom. His most recent book, Uninhibited, Robust, and Wide Open: A Free Press for a New Century, was published in 2010 by Oxford University Press.