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Anti-Vaxxers Spread a Plague of Ignorance Jan. 22, 2019

Froma Harrop

An outbreak of measles four years ago at Disneyland focused attention on a growing health menace ... Read More

Address the Damage Before It Gets Worse Dec. 23, 2018

Classic Annie's Mailbox

Dear Annie: For the past several years, my husband has taken out a new credit card each January and ... Read More

Vatican Fails Abuse Victims Again Nov. 21, 2018

Daily Editorials

Walk into any Catholic church in America and you'll find the same two flags somewhere in the sanctua... Read More

Danger of Authoritarianism May Come From the Center, Not the Right Jun. 01, 2018

Michael Barone

"Across Europe and North America, centrists are the least supportive of democracy, the least committ... Read More

Independence Hypocrisy Dec. 06, 2017

Walter E. Williams

Officials in Catalonia, Spain's richest and most highly industrialized region, whose capital is Barc... Read More

Spark Seeker Sep. 09, 2017

Katiedid Langrock

When I was about 6 years old, the house next door was struck by lightning. I don't remember the soun... Read More

10 Summer Value Wines Jul. 11, 2017

Wine Talk

It's summertime, and the living's easy. So, too, should be the wines you drink. May they go down eas... Read More

Design Destination: Venetian Winter Getaway Feb. 18, 2017

The Art of Design

Venice in the winter can be brutal. Cold and rainy on top of that wind, some would say you'd be out ... Read More

Winemaker Challenge: V. Sattui and Castello Banfi Shine Jan. 31, 2017

Wine Talk

The eighth annual Winemaker Challenge International Wine Competition is in the books, and the two bi... Read More

Getting Lost and Special Finds in Venice Dec. 17, 2016

Travel and Adventure

By Fyllis Hockman Walking home to our apartment in Venice, we shared a wave through the window with ... Read More

Why Not 100-Year U.S. Treasury Bonds? Dec. 15, 2016

Lawrence Kudlow

If President-elect Donald Trump's economic growth plan — slashing business and personal margin... Read More

Try Tricky and Tense Hunting for Truffles in Alba, Italy Nov. 26, 2016

Travel and Adventure

By Fyllis Hockman The dog's tail wagged impatiently. Lady — a small, nondescript, white-and-br... Read More

American Brats Abroad Oct. 18, 2016

Froma Harrop

Amanda Knox was innocent of the grisly murder for which she did time in an Italian jail. There was n... Read More

Winemakers Porcelain Is Capodimonte Style Sep. 23, 2016

Antique or Junque

Q: I have enclosed a photo of a porcelain figural group my mother passed down to me. It has been in ... Read More

How Is the Godless West Working Out? Sep. 13, 2016

Dennis Prager

There are many recent developments in the godless West. To name a few: —The Supreme Court of I... Read More

The $9 Solution Aug. 16, 2016

Wine Talk

When the Dark Horse wines were in the planning stages a few short years ago, inside the brain trust ... Read More

Age Before Beauty Jun. 28, 2016

Wine Talk

The ability to age is one of the accepted tenets of wine appreciation. That may seem oddly disconnec... Read More

Design Destination: Taormina Part 2 Jun. 04, 2016

The Art of Design

Taormina has many faces. The town is a maze-like series of streets that harken back to medieval time... Read More

Design Destination: Taormina Part 1 May. 31, 2016

The Art of Design

Taormina is a Sicilian melting pot of a town, a bit Italian, a bit Arab, and somewhat Greek. Nestled... Read More

City Life and Country Agritourism in Italy Dec. 19, 2015

Travel and Adventure

By Rose Bennett Gilbert I know the precise moment when it hit me, this deep longing to speak Italian... Read More