What's good out there? What have you read, heard or seen in the last month that really moved or informed you? Books, stories, movies, articles, TV, music? Send us your suggestions!

(See "To Reach Currents," C3. If e-mailing, put "Things We Like" in the subject field.)

Article/essay/speech:

"The Most Mysterious Right," by Cass R. Sunstein, in the Nov. 12 New Republic (http:

//go.philly.com/sunstein). How the Second Amendment got this way.

Short story: "Still-Life," by Dom DeLillo, in the April 9 New Yorker (

» READ MORE: http://go.philly

. com/delillo). More than towers fell.

Book, nonfiction:

"I Am America (And So Can You)," by Stephen Colbert (

» READ MORE: http://

go.philly.com/colbert). Wouldn't know it wasn't true unless the show existed.

Book, fiction:

"Daisy Miller," by Henry James, in the brand-new Penguin Classics edition; David Lodge introduction (

» READ MORE: http://go.philly

. com/daisymiller). Character counts.

Web site/Video game:

"Faces of Battle," a disturbing yet triumphant BBC photo essay of plastic surgery in World War I, for Armistice Day (

» READ MORE: http://go

. philly.com/facesofbattle).

Movie:

"No Country for Old Men" (

» READ MORE: http://www

. nocountryforoldmen-themovie.com). Coenheads, unite.

TV:

"Gossip Girl," Wednesdays at 9 p.m. on the CW (

» READ MORE: http://www.cwtv

. com/shows/gossip-girl).

Radio:

"The Writer's Almanac," radio spot/podcast by Garrison Keillor, hearable at 11:25 p.m. on WNJT-FM (88.1), WNJZ-FM (90.3) and affiliates, and readable at

» READ MORE: http://

writersalmanac.publicradio.org.

Poem:

"Clementene," in print (and read!) by Jane Cooper (

» READ MORE: http://go.philly.com/

clementene). An all-American story.

Sculpture/painting/artwork:

Christo and Jean-Claude's February 2005 installation "The Gates," in Central Park (

» READ MORE: http://sorabji.com/_

/The_Gates). Of fond memory.

Song/album/musical/opera:

Osvaldo Golijov's "Oceana" (

). Global contempo-classical, with ravishing performances.

Quotation/saying/aphorism:

"Success is not assured, but America is resolute: this is the best chance for peace we are likely to see for some years to come - and we are acting to help Israelis and Palestinians seize this chance." - Condoleezza Rice