A New York art gallery is expecting 100,000 visitors to its new Kusama show. What makes this 90-year-old polka-dot lady so universally likable?
Marianne Schaefer Trench is a documentary filmmaker who was born in Berlin and has lived in New York City since 1987.
Thousands of dolphins are kept in captivity around the world, mostly for the entertainment of tourists. Certainly it’s no fun for the dolphins.
Turns out there’s lots of science to support the idea that age is just a number, but after our 20s, we have more and more trouble reconciling our physical and mental ages.
He was a dysfunctional kid. She was the teacher who befriended him and gave him confidence to be himself. Marianne Schaefer Trench on the boy who would become a musical cult hero.
You rarely see a raised eyebrow in real life, but in fiction they are rising, knitting, and furrowing everywhere, or at least if you’re looking at truly crappy novels and stories.
N.K. Jemisen’s award-winning sci fi trilogy paints a grim picture of an Earth so angered by environmental destruction, it turns on humans. Lately it reads like a weather report.
When Marianne Schaefer Trench shot a documentary about Sheriff Joe Arpaio, her crew wanted to quit, and her audience thought they were watching a mockumentary.
Carol Grace wrote one novel, ‘The Secret in the Daisy,’ but when a fan went in search of the author, she discovered that Grace’s best story was her own storied life.
This German granddaughter has always wondered how Hitler persuaded decent people like her grandmother to vote for him. Listening to Trump, now she knows.
Actress Marlene Dietrich and documentary filmmaker Leni Riefenstahl were Berliners born a few months apart. The Third Reich would give them very different destinies.