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Tribune staff reporterEdward Zander's closest adviser during his first six months as Motorola Inc.'s chief executive officer was a brainy guy who soaks up information like a detective working a case. Wherever Zander was, Richard Nottenburg was nearby. His business card read,...
"Grief," writes Thomas Lynch, "is the tax we pay on our attachments." It is a beautiful line. It is simple and lovely and true. If you don't feel love, then you don't feel sorrow; to live without a close connection to another person is to avoid all the...
In the introduction to his impishly profound new collection of poems, Thomas Lynch recalls that when he finished writing the first handful, he "field-tested them at Joe's Star Lounge on North Main Street in Ann Arbor." The event is "a kind of communion, I...
CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — It's William Whipple's turn to be recognized. The New Hampshire merchant is one of the lesser-known signers of the Declaration of Independence. This year, there are plans for Whipple and 11 others to be honored for their...
The following civil cases were filed recently in Clark Circuit Court. — East Kentucky Power Cooperative vs. Mashburn Enterprise, property dispute. — Central Bank and Trust vs. Derik Combs, Clark County and unknown tenants of 9 Arlington Road,...
Culture Monster"'Radiance: The Passion of Marie Curie," a new play by actor Alan Alda, opens at the Geffen Playhouse...
Top of the TicketAfter all these years, do you really know what it says?...
Two Marriages Novellas Phillip Lopate Other Press: 272 pp., $24.95 THE publication of new fictions -- the first in more than 20 years -- by one of our most reliable men of letters is an occasion worth marking and measuring. Phillip Lopate is best...
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Special to The TimesAeschylus would appreciate the irony. His ancient Greek tragedy "Agamemnon," the story of a disastrous war in the Middle East, now plays at the Getty Villa, a palace of classical culture funded by an oil baron's wealth. The Villa's breathtaking outdoor...
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When you've spent as many hours unpacking the text of the nation's founding documents as we have, you start to notice how many concerns that were pressing when the United States was founded remain unresolved today. This is obvious with the U.S....
Tribune theater criticOn the nervous, much-photographed movie set of "The Misfits," Henri Cartier-Bresson took a picture of Arthur Miller scrunched in a director's chair. In the picture, just behind the writer, Miller's then-wife Marilyn Monroe is receiving advice from her...
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