THE JAZZ AGE
Toasting Hemingway’s Paris With a Jack Rose Cocktail
The classic and autumnal applejack drink is featured in ‘The Sun Also Rises’ and is quite tasty.
THE GOOD SOLDIER
John McCain Found Lifelong Inspiration From a Hemingway Hero
The late senator first read ‘For Whom the Bell Tolls’ when he was 12 years old, and the book’s hero, Robert Jordan, became an enduring role model.
Inside Hemingway’s Route to Liberate Paris from the Nazis
A newly published short story by the iconic American author, set in WWII Paris, grew out of a “moveable feast” very different from the one he had lived there in the 1920s.
THE RIGHT STUFF
The Real Message Of Hemingway's 'New' Story
Published for the first time, ‘A Room on the Garden Side’ features a narrator much like Hemingway who shrugged off his journalistic ethics and followed his heart in WWII.
How to Drink Like a Literary Great
For decades, famous novelists and essayists have been enjoying and writing about Campari, the Negroni, the Americano and other apéritif cocktails.
Vacation of the Mind
Mixing Up the Paris of the 1920s
How to mentally get away from it all for at least one drink.
What JFK Would Tell Trump’s GOP Enablers: Grow a Spine
In ‘Profiles in Courage,’ John Kennedy wrote about eight senators’ ‘grace under pressure,’ borrowing Hemingway’s famous phrase. Kernnedy himself would get a shout-out from Papa.