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Pity Pershing Square. It’s been put through more makeovers than Joan Rivers, and the results haven’t been nearly as presentable. Other cities brag about their urban parks. Ours -- except for the big glamor-pusses like Griffith Park -- we...
Tags: Building Material, Joan Rivers, Surgery, AEG, Plastic Surgery
Even as a child, Art Ronnie loved two things fiercely: aviation and books. He would spend his odd-job money buying books about fliers and aircraft. When he was 14, he got a job washing planes for a flying school for 50 cents an hour (an extra dollar if he...
WASHINGTON – The Senate approved rules changes Thursday that will limit the use of the filibuster as a weapon in the partisan obstruction that has ground action in the chamber to a near standstill. The deal, between Senate Majority Leader Harry...
WASHINGTON -- Senate leaders reached a tentative agreement Thursday for rules changes that would limit the use of the filibuster as a weapon in the partisan obstruction that has ground action in the chamber to a near standstill. The deal, between Senate...
The third season premiere of "Downton Abbey" was heralded by the sort of media blitz more in line with the Summer Olympics or a new Robert Downey Jr. franchise than anything appearing on PBS' "Masterpiece." The public television network hosted a red-...
Will Self joined us from the office of his London publisher, Bloomsbury, to talk about his challenging new novel "Umbrella." It was shortlisted for the 2012 Man Booker Prize. Just released in the U.S. by Grove/Atlantic, "Umbrella" is told in stream-of-...
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Tom Daschle's latest book is, in simplest terms, a contemporary explainer of the U.S. Senate, its history and how it works. In "The U.S. Senate: Fundamentals of American Government," the Aberdeen native reminisces that had he not worked his way up...
Boy, the National Rifle Assn. sure is thorough. And thin-skinned. Richard Nixon’s renowned enemies list had 823 names of people and organizations, but as president, Nixon had scores of issues to grapple with and an entire world to be mad about...
The Religion WorldThis from Randy Stephens, executive director of GLBT Community Center of Central Florida: The Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Community Center of Central Florida (The Center) is expressing its disappointment but not surprise at the announcement...
The Hartford CourantAfter World War I, Canada suffered an identity crisis, struggling to define itself as a nation in a way that was no longer determined by British colonialism. Arthur Heming, the right man at the right time, helped to fill the void. "He was part of a...
Tags: Museums, Sports, Arts, Artists, Florence Griswold
For Larry Zanoff, the armorer who lent Quentin Tarantino's "Django Unchained" its firepower, fake blood can be a serious occupational hazard. "The gun gets splattered with fake blood," he said. "Now it's all gummed up; it doesn't want to work anymore....
The experience of watching five short animation or live-action films in one sitting — each a finalist for an Oscar in two of this year's shorts categories — can be a bit like walking into a museum to find the Rothko's been hung next to the...
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Original site for World War I (1914-1918) topic gallery.