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HistoryNet and World War II Magazine ask, who was the worst general during the second great war? The answer they arrive at is Field Marshal Ferdinand Schörner. Schörner wasn’t a brilliant tactician on the battlefield, but he rose through the ranks of … Continue reading
What’s better than coffee? Free coffee! Mobile apps make it easier than ever to reward loyal customers, so says the September issue of Restaurant Business.
I am one of 60 illustrators who illustrated sixty dates events in French history for a book called La France Qui Gueule! Ces Dates Qui Ont Bousculé Notre Histoire. The above image appears with an entry on March 22, 1968. On … Continue reading
Here’s a quick assignment for The Boston Globe about the evil nature of gingers for a review of The Visiting Privilege: New and Collected Stories by Joy Williams. The review begins by recounting a story called “The Girls” about a pair … Continue reading
During our senior year of high school, my friends and I went to great lengths to use wrestling as a metaphor for everything in our English class, much to the dismay of our teacher Mr. Ulman. In the 16 years … Continue reading
See America. Interstate 95. North Carolina.
(Optional soundtrack for this post) It’s been 10 years since Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans. As tends to happen around anniversaries that end in zero, the news is recounting what happened and what has happened since. I’ve had a couple … Continue reading