The homeless have become a fixture of the urban landscape in cities across America. One psychiatrist spent two years speaking to the mentally ill living on the streets of San Francisco, learning about their lives. Now he shares those stories, along with his ideas about how to improve our homelessness and mental health problem nationwide.
New York Times columnist and former drama critic Frank Rich grew up in Washington in the 1950’s and ’60’s — a time when the nation’s capital still felt like a small town, and when few families had to face the effects of divorce. In his new memoir, Frank Rich talks about his own troubled family, and about how he found a second home in the world of theater.
- Frank Rich author, columnist for the New York Times, senior writer for the New York Times Magazines, and former drama critic
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