Celebrating National Bourbon Heritage Month

The following includes contributions from John C. Tramazzo and Brian F. Haara.  September is National Bourbon Heritage Month. Each September, American whiskey enthusiasts gather in Kentucky to celebrate “America’s Native Spirit” at events like Bardstown’s Kentucky Bourbon Festival and Louisville’s … Continue reading Celebrating National Bourbon Heritage Month


Books Micah Goodman, Maimonides and the Book that Changed Judaism Praise from Publishers  Weekly: “suitable for both spiritual seekers and intellectually curious laypeople . . . Goodman’s explanation of Maimonides’s Guide concentrates on the most fundamental question of the Guide: what constitutes a life well-lived? Goodman considers the aim of the Guide in its original context and its impact on Judaism in previous ages, as well as its continued relevance, particularly its value to people living in a post-modernist, skeptical age.” Ross Coen, Fu-Go Recommendation from Military Review: “Coen, a historian of the American West, weaves thorough research into a well-written narrative. His description . … Continue reading NEWS AND REVIEWS