The Asteroid Lilith Discovery


Marc Jones wrote very little on the nodes, so last month we took a turn with several other authors and highlighted their work on the nodes. Naturally, we found some better than others like Martin Schulman, Georges Muchery and Bernice Grebner, but in all honesty we did not survey Dr. Mohan Koparkar, Haydn Paul and the Hubers, so this month, June,we are going to continue … Continue reading The Asteroid Lilith Discovery

Banned: Alex Jones, Milo Yiannapolis & Gavin McInnes


We ran essays on both these men, who are now banned by Facebook. Some like Laura Loomer has been banned by every social media platform out there because she has criticized Rep. Ilhan Omar, another one of our luminaries. Facebook Inc. has  banned an array of personalities whose views it deemed too inflammatory to be shared on its social network on Thursday, including Nation of … Continue reading Banned: Alex Jones, Milo Yiannapolis & Gavin McInnes

#114 Leonard Borwick, concert pianist


Leonard Borwick (26 February 1868 – 15 September 1925) was an English concert pianist especially associated with the music of Robert Schumann and Johannes Brahms. Early training and debuts Borwick was born in Walthamstow, Essex — East London on the River Lea — of a Staffordshire family that relocated that for business. He studied piano under Henry R. Bird; violin and viola under Alfred Gibson and … Continue reading #114 Leonard Borwick, concert pianist

#53 Wilhelm Backhaus, pianist


Wilhelm Backhaus, (born March 26, 1884, Leipzig, Ger.—died July 5, 1969, Villach, Austria), German pianist was best known for his interpretation of the works of Ludwig van Beethoven. Backhaus studied piano in Leipzig and in Frankfurt am Main. His rst concert appearance took place when he was eight years of age, and in 1905 he won the Rubinstein prize in Paris. He held teaching appointments … Continue reading #53 Wilhelm Backhaus, pianist

The retiring of Day-Lewis


Sir Daniel Day-Lewis has announced that his final act will be with the “Phantom Thread.”  He discusses this with the Greek Reporter in Athens.   Day-Lewis is married to Rebecca Miller.  They have two sons, Cashel and Ronan and have been married 22 years meeting on the set of the Crucible, the famous play by her father, Arthur Miller.  Sir Daniel has another son Gabriel, … Continue reading The retiring of Day-Lewis