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All The RageMichael Bastian's fall and winter 2012 collection was inspired by the extra man -- a.k.a. the escort or walker. The result is a dressy, dapper and ultra-luxe wardrobe for the man about town....
Jacket CopyA look at T.C. Boyle's papers that were in his basement but worth big money to the Ransom Center at the University of Texas....
James Wolcott WSHU Presents “Join the Conversation” with the writer, blogger and cultural critic. Tuesday, Nov. 1, 7 p.m., University Commons, Sacred Heart University, Fairfield, sacredheart.edu It takes talent to pivot, the way James...
24 FramesWerner Herzog's new film "Into the Abyss" explores the morality of capital punishment....
Jacket CopySex sells. So does a child prodigy who disappeared in 1939....
Culture MonsterMark Swed reports on a UCLA conference at the Hammer Museum on art and politics that featured French philosopher Alain Badiou....
Jacket CopyEsquire's 75 books by dudes for dudes is three years old, but Joyland created a list of 250 books for dudes by chicks....
After "The Catcher in the Rye" exploded onto the literary scene in 1951, author J.D. Salinger had what every writer yearns for -- money, fame and critical acclaim. "Catcher" became a touchstone for the teenage culture just emerging in post-World War II...
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Literary Editor"Stet: An Editor's Life" By Diana Athill Grove Press, 256 pages, $13 When people you respect - and like - recommend a book, don't delay, lest you find yourself full of reproach for missing it. That's how I now find myself about this memoir, which came...
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Los Angeles Times Book CriticMark Twain was not quite 50 when he published "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" in February 1885, and in so doing, changed American literature. Until then, many of our writers had flirted with vernacular expression, most notably Thomas Paine, whose...
Los Angeles Times Book CriticWhen National Book Award-winning novelist William T. Vollmann went to Japan this spring to report on the crippled Fukushima nuclear power plant from inside the contamination zone, he did what any journalist would do. He bought a dosimeter to chart the...
Roger Chapman Title: Associate professor of American history, Palm Beach Atlantic University, West Palm Beach. Other job experience: Former reporter for weekly newspaper in Maryland; Former Bible and social science teacher at Inter-American School,...
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