After speaking with Kazan about his testimony, Miller traveled to Salem, Massachusetts to research the witch trials of 1692 .  The Crucible , in which Miller likened the situation with the House Un-American Activities Committee to the witch hunt in Salem in 1692,    opened at the Beck Theatre on Broadway on January 22, 1953. Though widely considered only somewhat successful at the time of its release, today The Crucible is Miller's most frequently produced work throughout the world.  It was adapted into an opera by Robert Ward in 1961.
The work grew out of Miller’s fascination with Red Hook, a Brooklyn neighborhood only a few blocks away from...
In addition, special Community Paul award recipients were welcomed: Erin Beagle (Roots to Harvest) and Joe Comuzzi (long standing outstanding representative of Thunder Bay and Canada in multiple spheres)
What’s more, Chinese are leaving China in unprecedented numbers. The late Richard Solomon, who worked on .-China relations for decades, remarked to me a few weeks before his death that “one day last year all the Chinese who could decided to move away.” Why? The pollution might kill your infants; the hospitals are terrible, the food is adulterated, the system corrupt and unpredictable. Here in the Philadelphia suburbs and elsewhere, thousands of Chinese buyers are flocking to buy homes in cash. Even Xi Jinping sent his daughter to Harvard. Does that imply a high-profile political career for her in China? Probably not. It rather implies a quiet retirement with Xi’s grandchildren over here. Our American private secondary schools are inundated by Chinese applicants. For the first time this year, my Chinese graduate students are marrying one another and buying houses here. This is a leading indicator. If it could be done, the coming tsunami would bring 10 million highly qualified Chinese families to the . in 10 years — along with fleeing crooks, spies, and other flotsam and jetsam. Even Xi’s first wife fled China; she lives in England.