It is easy to detect a certain underlying absurdity, and perhaps futility, in Addis Abeba City Administration’s attempt to ban non-Ethiopian celebrations in schools. But the administration is drafting a law to that effect, so we are told. The celebrations in question include Halloween and Crazy Day.
Last month, book shelves around the world added to their collection “Imperial Exile”, a book about Ethiopia’s last Emperor Hailesselssie I. Written by Keith Bowers, the book, unlike many other books about the late Emperor, reveals details of the “five missing years” of the Emperor
Reviewed by Andrew DeCort (PhD)
Mr. Holmes is a brilliant film, but the major reviews (e.g., in the Chicago Tribune and New York Times) have missed its insight.
Initially, I grew bored as I watched the film, seeing only an aging, increasingly senile Holmes’ struggle to