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How To Grill Even Better Asparagus

<b>Soak the skewers:</b> If using wooden skewers, soak in water at least 20 minutes or overnight.<p><b>Prepare the grill:</b> Heat an outdoor grill to high (about …

Rome's Collapse Turned Petty Kings, Strongmen, And Warlords Into The French

The Roman Empire Was Brought Down By Structural Rot

One way of telling the story of the fall of the Roman Empire is to examine the lives and personalities at the very top of the political spectrum, the …

Ancient History

Christopher Hitchens - In Depth on CSPAN [2007]

Christopher Hitchens on Hatred, the Left, and His Favourite Authors - P. G. Wodehouse (1993)

Christopher Hitchens

Charlie Hebdo, Hate Speech and Christopher Hitchens

In the wake of the Paris massacres, I surely miss the voice of that fierce defender of free speech, Christopher Hitchens. I think that one can, …


Christopher Hitchens on Today’s Paris Massacre

Gunmen shouting “Allahu Akbar” attacked the offices of French satirical newspaper named <i>Charlie Hedbo</i> and killed twelve people, including journalists …


Frank Sinatra's Fettuccine Recipe Is the Perfect Dinner Dish

We'd expect nothing less from the Italian-American crooner.<p>Before you commit to the latest diet trend and swear off carbs entirely in 2017, you'll want to give Frank Sinatra's famous fettuccine recipe a try. Originally published in <i>The Sinatra Celebrity Cookbook: Barbara, Frank, and Friends</i> …

Giant mausoleum in Rome that held the remains of the emperor Augustus to be restored after decades of neglect

After decades of shameful neglect, the biggest mausoleum ever to be built by the ancient Romans is to be brought alive with a spectacular multimedia experience projected onto its 2,000-year-old walls.<p>The Mausoleum of Augustus, located in the centre of Rome just a stone’s throw from the Tiber, was …

The 5 Biggest Questions About the Universe (and How We’re Trying To Answer Them)

From the discovery of gravitational waves to locating our nearest Earth-like planetary neighbor, 2016 was a banner year for astronomy. In fact, it’s not only been a good year for space science, but a great few decades. Many of the biggest puzzles in astronomy and cosmology have been solved.<p>Take the …

Dark Matter

A Victorian Spy In The Boy Brothels Of Karachi

Before he was a world-famous spy and translator, Richard F. Burton was sent into the boy brothels of Karachi so the British could conquer all of …

Bah, humbug.

I used to harbor the quiet but fierce ambition to write just one definitive, annihilating anti-Christmas column and then find an editor sufficiently …

Christopher Hitchens talks Feminism (1994)

Christopher Hitchens brutal honesty pissing off muslims

Christopher Hitchens on Saul Bellow

Christopher Hitchens Vs. Tim Rutten 2007

Christopher Hitchens - On The Brian Lehrer Show discussing Thomas Jefferson

Christopher Hitchens - On the origins of anti-semitism [2010]

How to Become a Writer: Christopher Hitchens on Political Books (1997)

The Life, Career, and Writing of Christopher Hitchens: Religious and Political Opinions (2007)

Christopher Hitchens and Martin Amis - Discussing anti-semitism and England with Jeffrey Goldberg

Christopher Hitchens and Martin Amis - Mick Jagger, squids and anti-semitism [2010]

Mark Cuban’s first impressions of Trump 17 years ago provide a window into how he views him today

In a post on his personal blog titled "Thank you, Donald," the owner of the NBA's Dallas Mavericks and star of ABC's "Shark Tank" responded to a quote from Trump regarding Cuban's show, "The Benefactor," which would last for just one season.<p>Trump had compared the show to his hit series, "The …

Donald Trump

All Stories by Christopher Hitchens - The Atlantic

The boundaries that the Allies' mapmakers drew during the war created conflicts that persist a century later.<p>The charming, sinister G. K. Chesterton<p>Questioning the moral heroism of India’s most revered figure<p>The writings of the martyred socialist Rosa Luxemburg give a plaintive view of history’s …

IAMA: Christopher Hitchens | reddit's top ten questions

Q&A: Christopher Hitchens

AC Grayling & Christopher Hitchens on WWII Bombings

Christopher Hitchens vs C-SPAN caller on the free press [1983]

Christopher Hitchens - On C-SPAN discussing Salman Rushdie and 'The Satanic Verses' [1989]