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  • The Biblioracle: Getting weaselly about Hermione

     The Biblioracle: Getting weaselly about Hermione
    J.K. Rowling made some news when she admitted to Emma Watson in an interview that she now believes that Hermione Granger should have been romantically paired with Harry Potter, rather than Ron Weasley. Speaking to the actress who brought Hermione to...
  • Mrs. Rockefeller in Williamsburg | Women's History Month

     Mrs. Rockefeller in Williamsburg | Women's History Month
    Despite her husband's deep distaste for Modern art, Abby Aldrich Rockefeller became nationally prominent as one of the avant garde movement's earliest and most influential American patrons — and the driving force behind the founding of New York's...
  • Readers of the Week: Glen Ellyn Book Club

     Readers of the Week: Glen Ellyn Book Club
    Our club We are group of moms from Glen Ellyn who started meeting in March 2005. Our meetings We meet about every six weeks. The host chooses the book. A host and co-host make dinner and sometimes decorate to go with the theme of the book we're...
  • Loving Robert Louis Stevenson

    Loving Robert Louis Stevenson
    When her best-selling debut novel, "Loving Frank" — about Mamah Borthwick Cheney and her notorious extramarital affair with architect Frank Lloyd Wright — appeared in 2007, Nancy Horan seems to have ushered in a new literary genre. Since...
  • The essentials: North Pond

    The essentials: North Pond
    The essentials: North Pond 2610 N. Cannon Drive 773-477-5845 Looks like: Honeyed woods and umbrella-like chandeliers Sounds like: A crackling fire, the tinkle and clank of glassware and the low murmur of conversation Smells like: The season. Green and...
  • Living on the edge in a modern Palm Springs home

    Living on the edge in a modern Palm Springs home
    Liz and Mark Ostoich were staying at the Willows, a boutique hotel in downtown Palm Springs, when they had the idea to buy a home in the desert resort town. They looked up at the hillside where they now reside and told themselves that if they were to live...
  • Encore performances for two L.A. architectural landmarks

    Encore performances for two L.A. architectural landmarks
    Laugh all you want at those old public-access television clips of the late Dr. Gene Scott, the eccentric televangelist who sometimes wore two pairs of glasses at once and shouted at viewers to "Get on the telephone!" whenever his fundraising totals ebbed....
  • Third Coast contributes to 'youthquake' in city's new-music scene

    Third Coast contributes to 'youthquake' in city's new-music scene
    Sitting in a packed house of excited, engaged young people at a concert by Third Coast Percussion last week in the University of Chicago's Logan Center for the Arts, I was reminded how much the city's lively – and getting livelier all the time...
  • Memo to museums: Don't give away those glass cases

    Memo to museums:  Don't give away those glass cases
    Emily Graslie, the first chief curiosity correspondent at the Field Museum, has been furiously filing YouTube videos about precisely what goes on behind those grand doors. As Steve Johnson reported in the Tribune this week, the 24-year-old known for her...
  • Free Hollywood Bowl rehearsals are best bargain in L.A.

    Free Hollywood Bowl rehearsals are best bargain in L.A.
    Life is usually such a struggle for me. I get foreplay confused with afterplay; I get tofu confused with cheese. Yet, when I stumble across one of L.A.'s ultimate bargains, I am quick to share. This is such a one-way relationship, you and I. Just the...
  • 'Never Built Los Angeles' is a lavish counter-history

    'Never Built Los Angeles' is a lavish counter-history
    When, in the 1920s, the pioneering Southern California social critic Louis Adamic called Los Angeles "the enormous village," he didn't mean it as a compliment. Rather, he was referring to L.A.'s insularity, its status as what Richard Meltzer would later...
  • For the record

    Los Angeles Philharmonic: A review of the Los Angeles Philharmonic in the July 25 Calendar section said that the first Hollywood Bowl shell was built by Frank Lloyd Wright. It was designed by his son, Lloyd Wright. Jeffrey Deitch: An article in the July...