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L.A. UnleashedSince my column on comics wunder mensch Stan Lee appeared, I've heard from loads of his fans –- and now, I've heard just what he’s a fan of. The Primate Rescue Center in Nicholasville, Ky., is the beneficiary of Lee's......
History may be written by the victors, but Alexander Hamilton became a victor by writing history. He died at the hands of lifelong rival Aaron Burr in a famous duel, yet posterity has been kinder to Hamilton because of the power of his pen. During his...
Genre mash-ups are de rigueur these days. Of course, writers like Margaret Atwood have been tight-roping the misty border between literary fiction and speculative fiction, fantasy and mystery for years. But a new outcropping of younger upstarts, such as...
Tags: Genres, Fiction, Michael Chabon, Ray Bradbury, Literature
Thursdays until 9 p.m. Art After Dark Norton Museum of Art Visit the Norton on Thursdays to see special exhibits, live music, films, tours, a cash bar and dinner at Cafe 1451. All ages are welcome. Free to members and children 13 and younger; $12 for...
No blood is spilled or flesh ripped on screen in "Berberian Sound Studio," Peter Strickland's disturbing satirical thriller about the dubbing of a ferocious horror movie made in the style of giallo directors such as Mario Bava, Pupi Avati and Dario...
"People in Chicago no longer will have to deal with an opera company director with an English accent," jokes Andreas Mitisek. "Now all they will have to adjust to is dealing with one with an Austrian accent!" In fact, the change of regime at Chicago...
Brian Kuwabara and Emily Windler have cooked up an absurd little comedy in "Poe and Mathews: A Misadventure in the Middle of Nowhere." It's slapstick a la Laurel-and-Hardy, both visual and with wordplay. A bit with confusion over trunks owes a debt to...
There is an old adage, often heard in the local marinas, that a boat is nothing more than a hole in the water into which you pour money. Turns out the same could be said about Baltimore's water and sewer system — it is a money-soaking hole that puts...
ReutersAug 03 (TheWrap.com) - There's a moment at the end of the promo reel for "Love, Marilyn," an upcoming Marilyn Monroe documentary that will premiere at the Toronto Film Festival, when Uma Thurman, speaking in words that were written by Monroe, almost...
Opera was born to be mad. The first great opera concerned the demented Roman emperor Nero. In the nearly three centuries since Monteverdi's "The Coronation of Poppea," mad scene has succeeded mad scene on the lyric stage. They still do, as Long Beach...
In Thomas Dyja's cultural history of Chicago, "The Third Coast," he writes that in Nelson Algren's day, "being Chicago's Famous Writer was like winning the heavyweight title — there was only one at a time, and you kept the belt for as long as you...
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757-247-4783Few local landmarks stand out as strongly as the Chamberlin Hotel at Old Point Comfort. For all its size and architectural style, however, the 9-story structure is merely the last survivor of a time when this strip of sand dividing the Chesapeake Bay and...
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