Hy Cohen, activist, 93

Hyman R. Cohen, a leading activist in the Palm Beach County, Fla., area, died of cancer on Jan. 17. He was 93.

Romero remembered

DALLAS – The weather turned unseasonably cool March 21, but 60 people turned out for a candlelight vigil in front of the Guadalupe Cathedral to commemorate April 24, 1980, the day that Archbishop Oscar Romero was gunned down by right-wing assassins in El Salvador.

Six Indian films touring U.S.

The Indian film industry is famous throughout the world for its lavish musical spectacles and epic love stories, and the splendor and energy of the famous “Bollywood” style have inspired everything from movies like Baz Luhrmann’s “Moulin Rouge” to French fashion and American hip-hop.

April 6 Rock the Vote

Once March Madness is over and the National Champion college team has been crowned, it’s back to the old routine. You’re going to be looking for something to do ... so why don’t you “Meetup!”

Look at police brutalitys history

Book review Street Justice: A History of Police Violence in New York City By Marilynn S. Johnson Beacon Press, 2003, Hardcover, 365 pp., $30

Violence home grown

Opinion National Alliance. Has a positive ring to it, right? But as other organizations with similar all embracing title themes, the National Alliance (not to be confused with the National Alliance Against Racial and Political Repression) is anything but.

Faith, labor and community still say NO to war

Opinion The following is adapted from a speech at a March 20 antiwar gathering at Chicago Methodist Temple. Insofar as we are meeting in a house of worship, I would like to begin with a little scripture. The Book of Proverbs reports that there are six things that the Lord hates: