‘Born a Crime’: A Book for the Summer

“IMMORALITY ACT, 1927: To prohibit illicit carnal intercourse between Europeans and natives…” begins Trevor Noah’s 2016 memoir, “Born a Crime.” Noah, a comedian and the current host of “The...

Boston is Calling and Thousands Answered

When I say Harvard, many will immediately jump to the distinguished ivy league college packed with an ethereal, antiquated lore that is only outshone by people’s feeble attempts at saying “park your card...

A Chilling Depiction of ‘Taming of the Shrew’

I have always found “The Taming of the Shrew” to be one of the most terrifying of Shakespeare’s works. It has no ghosts, no witches, no murders and no convoluted incestuous love affairs. Yet there are...

Michael Gallagher’s Journal of Landscapes

A diary can be described as the capsule of one’s adventures and passions, and a means of providing a safe haven for complete individual expression. Artist Michael Gallagher provides the Fairfield University...

One More Thing…

I have a secret. I have a secret and I’ve been waiting until this column — my very last fashion column ever for The Mirror — to share it. Ready? I hate fashion. There. I said it. Now let me...