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What's next after the Oscars? More Gatsby, of course. "The Great Gatsby," featuring Leonardo DiCaprio and coming in May, will be the fourth, or by some counts the fifth or sixth, movie version of F. Scott Fitzgerald's novel about the illusion created by...
Colonial Players offers a gem in historical and dramatic substance in its current production of Joanna McClelland Glass' "Trying," continuing through March 2 in Annapolis. This two-person "memory play" is set in 1967 and finds Judge Francis Biddle, 81,...
For 38 years, a 6-foot-by-20-foot mural sat rolled up in a local history teacher's home, an all-but-forgotten remnant of a Depression-era effort to bring art directly to the people. But a four-year community fundraising campaign and a yearlong...
After being saved from an attic where it was stored for 38 years and a four-year fundraising effort to pay for restoration, a Depression-era mural was unveiled Saturday in its new home at the Park Ridge Public Library. Calling it the second of Park...
The development of agriculture has had profound effects on human behavior. The previous two Farm and Ranch Life columns indicated how agriculture greatly enhanced the survival of humans over preceding hunter-gatherer ancestors. As agricultural methods...
Tags: Weather, Agriculture, Social Sciences, Conservation, Culture
The following commentary was written by Terry Newton, president of Rotary Club of Petoskey. Recently we have seen a new TV ad asking the question where you will be when you see the news that cancer has been cured. This...
Tags: Polio, Mercy Ships, Rotary International, Charity, Pakistan
Back in 1977, Dennis Reed read something that intrigued him: There once had been a vibrant society of Japanese American photographers, including first-rate modernists, but with the advent of World War II and U.S. internment camps, all of their work had...
Tags: World War II (1939-1945), Museums, The Getty, Arts, Culture
William J. Rosenthal, a noted expert in labor and employment law who as a naval deck officer during World War II participated in the D-Day invasion, died March 12 of a hemorrhage at Northwest Hospital. He was 92. "He was a physically imposing person, and...
"Our biggest problems over the next 10 years are not deficits," President Barack Obama told House Republicans last week, according to those who attended the meeting. The president needs to deliver the same message to the public, loudly and clearly....
George Aratani, a Los Angeles businessman who donated millions of dollars to Japanese American causes, and with his wife endowed the nation’s first academic chair to study the World War II internment of people of Japanese descent and their efforts...
This weekend, Waynesboro Area Senior High School will present “Annie” as its all-school production. Performances are scheduled for 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday at the high school. Tickets, which cost $10 each, are available...
Re "Harry Truman, Lincoln's heir," Opinion, Feb. 17 Robert Shogan is correct that President Harry S. Truman did more for the cause of African American rights than his predecessor Franklin D. Roosevelt or his successor Dwight D. Eisenhower. Yet...
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