Just two months ago I visited Hiroshima for the first time. I met an atomic bomb survivor and we embraced as tomodachi. We called our moment, "The Hiroshima Hug."
Yo Miami is an artist collaborative / gallery housed in Little Haiti that is celebrating its fourth official year this weekend with a kick-ass birthday party Sunday afternoon.
August 15 was the end of World War II in Asia, 69 years ago, following the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. I could not find a single reference to the bombings, or to the end of the war itself, anywhere in the American media.
Most people know about Swan Lake, but perhaps only those who see The Mapmaker's Opera at PTC Performance Place as part of
Correction: An earlier version of this article reported that the "strontium lattice" clock was located in Denver, but it
I know it's not always easy to grasp all the scientific gibberish and savant stories about particle acceleration, protons, matter/anti-matter, and the so-called "God particle" that we often read about in the press.
Alexander Kettler made an unusual find at his grandmother's home in Germany.
On this day, Truman informed the press, and the world, that America's war against fascism -- with victory over Germany already in hand -- had culminated in exploding a revolutionary new weapon over a Japanese target. From its very first words, the official narrative was built on a lie.
Here are previous daily pieces this month in this unique series. Then he tries to show a film clip of the recent Trinity
Japanese cables and other message intercepted by the United States showed that they were still trying to enlist the Soviets' help in presenting surrender terms -- they would even send an envoy -- but were undecided on just what to propose.