In her new novel “Home,” author Toni Morrison tells the story of a soldier, Frank Money, who joins the Army — absorbing the atrocities of war — and then returns home after his service in the Korean War only to be greeted with both the institutional and casual realities of daily prejudice. Morrison speaks with Jeffrey Brown. Continue reading
Name: Peter Anderheggen Question: I recently heard that in 2011, the nation, on the whole, is paying substantially less in taxes than it did in the nineteen fifties. I do not know if this is true or just a spin.
Though Allen Ginsberg will forever be remembered as an influential poet, he also documented his life through photos. The exhibit, “Beat Memories: The Photos of Allen Ginsberg,” showcases more than 80 photos captured through his camera.