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Times Staff Writer"Wall" will surprise you. A documentary on one of the Middle East's most incendiary issues, the separation barrier between Israel and the largely Palestinian West Bank, "Wall" is a deeply personal and unexpectedly poetic film. It's also political enough...
Bill McKibben's writing -- part art, part essay, part journalism with more than a smidgen of harangue -- has framed the thinking on environmental issues for more than a generation. Two new books out this spring, "The Bill McKibben Reader: Pieces From an...
Zap2It.comIt's an old story. New York novelist writes something touching and profound that leaves the critics swooning and gasping. Then he hears the siren song of Hollywood and ditches Gotham for the Left Coast to see his vision played out on the silver screen....
Times Staff WriterRoscoe Lee Browne, the Emmy-award winning actor with the mellifluous baritone that he used to give voice to roles as varied as Shakespeare's plays and the popular animal film "Babe," died Wednesday at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. He was 81....
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Special to the Chicago TribuneFor anyone craving an urban change of pace, Midwestern cities provide great options. Don't laugh. Whether you enjoy museums, art, theater, music, gambling or shopping, cities such as Detroit, Des Moines, Indianapolis, Milwaukee, Minneapolis and St. Louis...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterLATE middle age is suffused with ambiguous mercies. One gradually loses, for example, the ability to distinguish between resignation and happiness. At the end of the day, though, what's gained and lost needs to add up to something, because age without...
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The Several Lives of Joseph Conrad John Stape Pantheon: 369 pp., $30 The "several lives" of Joseph Conrad have been much discussed. As John Stape declares in his preface, his biography is of the "fourth generation . . . (post Aubry and Curle, Baines,...
Spin CycleReporters who did not score credentials for tonight's main event need not fret, according to one flier making the rounds on campus. Apparently there will be no shortage of great Americans making themselves available to the media. "Members of the......
On the Yankees beatStephen Haynes here to shoot the breeze with you... and stuff. So, let's get right into the useless pre-game blather. You know when a win is a big deal? When it's made into a big deal that a team simply......
Albany Times UnionOne of the more charming aspects of Key West is the city's obvious pride in its historic houses and museums. The irony of it is that they don't really go back that far -- the "oldest house" dates to 1829 -- probably because of the cobbled-together early...
Wood Pond PressThe Lincoln/Franconia Notch and Mount Washington Valley areas are the focal points of New Hampshire's mountain destinations. WATERVILLE VALLEY >> Waterville Valley Dining Suggestions Coyote Grill, Route 49, Waterville Valley. (603) 236-4919....
Wood Pond PressBENNINGTON Vermont's third largest city (population 9,500), Bennington is the commercial center of southwestern Vermont. A Revolutionary War battle is commemorated by the dominating presence of the 306-foot-high obelisk known as the Bennington Battle...
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