Pearl Harbor is a harbor on the island of Oahu, Hawaii. A decent part of the harbor and surrounding area is occupied by the central database of the United States Pacific Fleet. In 1875, the United States and the Kingdom of Hawaii signed a cooperation agreement under which the U.S.
Mexican artist Frida Kahlo, who appears in numerous unsmiling and sternly disturbing self-portraits, has recently acquired, or maybe reacquired, a cult status. Germaine Greer called her a patron saint of both lipstick and lavender feminism, whereas in her lifetime surrealist king, Andre Breton, said she was like a ribbon wrapped about a bomb.