The massacre of over 200,000 Chinese civilians by the Japanese army is an ugly episode in history that is in unique danger of being forgotten--deliberately.
Taylor Hackford's thriller, based on a Stephen King novels, plays with time and memory in a fascinating and unusual way.
A consortium of environmental historians enjoyed my article on the Thanksgiving storm of 1983.
My continued investigation into my own weather memories brought me face-to-face with an ominous warning on climate change.
I have haunting memories of a snowstorm on a Thanksgiving weekend when I was 11. I decided to research that event, and here's what I found.
We all know what happened the morning after. What was Saturday, December 6, 1941 like?
This bizarre and enigmatic film has been polarizing audiences for over 50 years. What does it mean?
We're capable of perceiving the world with our senses only in one exact instant: the present. What are the implications of that?