While one father buries his family, a young son salutes his fallen father. What do these pictures tell us about loss, parenting, and finding peace after the death of our most precious loved ones?
Luay Al Khatteeb can identify with the plight of refugees and with the countries struggling to provide for them. That doesn’t excuse us from helping.
Michael Amity notes that even one of our greatest thinkers blundered.
Hard rock legends strip it down for new album.
European football is plagued by violence and racism, an epidemic that seems to infect primarily young, unemployed men.
Emboldened by their growing popularity, the far-right party have also conducted “Greek only” blood drives around the country and taken, increasingly, to storming state-run hospitals to root out foreign staff.
Giorgos Katidis, the Greek soccer player who celebrated a goal Saturday by giving the crowd at Athens’ Olympic Stadium the Nazi salute, has been banned for life from playing on Greece’s national team by the country’s soccer federation.
Ali Rizvi writes: “I was his first child, and his first son. I wonder if I was also his first experience with real intimacy.”
Joanna Schroeder interviews musician Adam Cohen about love, success, and the perilous allure of pursuing fame over art.
HeatherN offers a short primer on elections around the world.
An analysis of elements from Hannibal Tabu’s reviews column on Comic Book Resources looking at the power of myth and Matt Murdock’s blood stained smile.
Pickup basketball has no shortage of interesting characters. We found the 10 worst.
High atop the Acropolis on his honeymoon, Gabi Schaffzin realizes that now is the time when things begin to matter.