In 1862, Victor Hugo wrote “Every man who has in his soul a secret feeling of revolt against any act of the State, of life, or of destiny, is on the verge of riot; and so soon as it appears, he begins to quiver, and to feel himself borne away by the whirlwind.” The last […]
The yellow vests movement (Mouvement des gilets jaunes) had its first set of demonstrations in France on November 17, 2018. Since then, the movement has gained traction and spread throughout Europe. Some of the yellow vests’ demands include a raise in the minimum wage and the resignation of President Emmanuel Macron. But what’s going on […]
At least 84 people are dead and many others injured after a truck plowed through a street in Nice during a Bastille Day celebration last night. Today Esty Dinur discusses the attack with Barry Lando, former producer with “60 Minutes.” He is the author of Web of Deceit about the history of Iraq, and has […]
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Looking for a new hot-drink to keep you cozy this winter? Sara’s Table shares with us a mulled wine recipe inspired from the November wine festival in France that is usually celebrated tomorrow, the third Thursday of November—the celebration of the new Beaujolais. Vin Chaud (Mulled Wine) Ingredients: 1 (750 ml) bottle red wine 1 orange or lemon […]
What is the level of responsibility and accountability that media has to its readers? What should newspaper editors and cartoonists think about when creating their work? Do cartoonists have a special responsibility to attack society’s ills? Listen to this edition of A Public Affair to find out more!