More money for the federal school lunch program still leaves nutritious meals out of reach.
The WQ’s editors recommend some smart beach reads.
Two Supreme Court decisions.
Joshua Kucera answers questions about Hugo Chavez.
What the new numbers tell us about urban life.
The WQ takes home an Utne award for best foreign coverage.
A high school Latin teacher on language, myth, and the meaning of life.
Drew Gilpin Faust delivers the annual Jefferson Lecture in the Humanities.
Author Charles King provides a virtual tour of the subject of his latest book, the Black Sea port town of Odessa.
A book on the origins of consciousness; a galloping account of the Lincoln assassination; a prime piece of crime noir; and memoirs about childrearing by Amy Chua and Andrew Ferguson.