Bosnian Muslims: “How did we deserve this?”

Eldin Elezovic dreamed of becoming a football star while growing up in Stolac, in what was then the Socialist Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina and part of Yugoslavia. In June 1993, he remembers spending a hot summer’s day playing football with friends. It would be his last day of freedom for the next nine months.

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Feltman’s of Coney Island Brings Back the Original Hot Dog

There’s a new hot dog in town this Memorial Day Weekend that’s not new at all. In fact, Feltman’s of Coney Island claims to be the original hot dog. The name and recipe comes from a legendary restaurant on Coney Island that closed in 1954.

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Making Films as Psychoanalysis, Artist Reinterprets the Bosnian “War Film”

Twenty years after the end of the Yugoslav Civil War, artist Damir Avdagic brought together three other twenty-somethings in Los Angeles to talk. They represented each of the ethnic groups involved in the conflict that killed more than 100,000 people and displaced two million, including Avdagic’s own family.

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