A few things on-line that caught my eye this week:
California replaces Thomas Starr King statue with one of Ronald Reagan.
Was Ann Lohman the first George Tiller?
Check out the new Journal of Southern Religion.
Will higher education be the next bubble to burst?
Jessica Rhoads, the ace of Messiah College’s national championship softball team, is a “Face in the Crowd.” (This, BTW, is Messiah’s third NCAA Division III national championship this academic year, which should make us one of the best DIII sports programs in the country!).
Alan Taylor reviews Richard S. Newman’s Freedom’s Prophet: Bishop Richard Allen, the AME Church, and the Black Founding Fathers.
Patrick Deneen on marriage.
Damon Linker asks some interesting questions about the pro-life movement in the wake of the Tiller shooting.
The world’s most beautiful libraries.
Parkman Prize winner Jared Farmer reflects on writing “extralocal” history.
The Stanley Cup finals: A tale of two rustbelt cities.