Judas is the story of Astrid Holleeder, a criminal lawyer who eventually decided to testify against her brother, the notorious Dutch gangland figure Willem Holleeder, sentenced to life in jail in July on six counts of murder. Originally published at https://www.dutchnews.nl on August 8, 2019.
We managed to not melt in July, which, honestly, could just be this entire update. Mostly we bought things. Light fixtures for the guest room and the living room. Sheets for the bed. One very lovely soap dispenser. Mostly we worked on building a table for the guest room, since we have guests coming. … [Read more…]
This well-regarded book of Dutch history is packed with information from a variety of sources, from cookbooks to bankruptcy filings, bringing the reader an in-depth understanding of possibly the most important century of Dutch history. Originally published at https://www.dutchnews.nl on August 1, 2019.
Highline, HuffPo’s long form magazine section, had an article this week by Eve Fairbanks about millennial nuns. She writes: And near the end of the 2000s, a half-dozen old friends I’d remembered as logical skeptics and trend-forward internet connoisseurs had become deeply religious. Some of them had been raised loosely Catholic, some had not. They … [Read more…]
Bringing down one data agreement between the European Union and the United States wasn’t enough for privacy enthusiast Max Schrems, who appeared before the European Court of Justice on Tuesday in his nearly 10-year legal battle over Facebook. Originally published at https://www.courthousenews.com on July 9, 2019.