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  • Seeing art in the words around us

    What's in a word? More meanings than we might assume, if we consider the myriad ways in which artists in the California Biennial explore the use and misuse of words. The exhibition, at the Orange County Museum of Art through March 13, includes about a...
  • 'Paris the Luminous Years' a dazzling re-creation of the birth of modern art

    The city of light shone especially brightly in the early 20th century as artists in nearly every discipline came together and revolutionized the art world. The new documentary "Paris the Luminous Years" explores major turning points and crucial...
  • Book review: 'The Paris Wife' by Paula McLain

    Book review: 'The Paris Wife' by Paula McLain
    The fascination with Ernest Hemingway's years in Paris in the early 1920s seems to never die. Witness the sudden rise on bestseller lists across the country of "The Paris Wife," Paula McLain's novel narrated by the first of Hemingway's four wives,...
  • March 10: Author - Paula McLain Talks About Her Book, The Paris Wife

    March 10: Author - Paula McLain Talks About Her Book, The Paris Wife
    Paula McLain To purchase a copy of the book: The Paris Wife: A Novel Events: Tonight 6:30 p.m. Ernest Hemingway Foundation of Oak Park 200 North Oak Park Avenue Oak Park www.ehfop.org Friday, March 11 11:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Lake Forest Bookstore...
  • Add a bouquet of flavor

    Add a bouquet of flavor
    Sorry, Gertrude Stein, but you got it wrong with "Rose is a rose is a rose is a rose." The flower has a whole new identity: Out of the glass vase and onto the plate. Long used in Persian and Indian cooking, rose is a flavor not commonly found in American...
  • Review: "The Little Red Guard" by Wenguang Huang

    Review: "The Little Red Guard" by Wenguang Huang
    "At the age of 10, I slept next to a coffin that Father had made for Grandma." So begins "The Little Red Guard," a gripping, lyrical memoir by Wenguang Huang, a Chicago-based journalist and writer. As the keeper of his grandmother's "shou mu," or...
  • 1/24/2012-Survivors Head To Florida

    1/24/2012-Survivors Head To Florida
    Drawing Rick Santorum's caricature brings back a famous quote that Gertrude Stein said about Oakland, Calif. "There's no there, there." There's no there, there, in Santorum's face. Weak mouth, weak smile, tiny dots for eyes, weak chin. He's got it all....
  • Generation Y is sedentary

    Generation Y is sedentary
    According to an article in the New York Times, Generation Y is extremely sedentary. Census data shows that young people are less likely to move to a different state, less likely to relocate for employment and less likely to take risks, whatever that...
  • Bookmark: Inscriptions tell their own stories

    The first house I owned was quite small, but it came with a wonderfully mysterious basement. Among the treasures housed therein was a wringer washer, a green metal cabinet that opened with a deliciously coffin-like squeal and a collection of textbooks...
  • Nothing like death to liven up a European tour

    Nothing like death to liven up a European tour
    If you're looking for the macabre side of Europe, skip the hokey rip-off "torture museums" and visit a cemetery — they're authentic, artsy and oozing with history. In honor of Halloween, here is a list of some of my favorites. Pere Lachaise...
  • Summer reading: Children's books

    The Accidental Genius of Weasel High Rick Detorie Egmont: $9.99 paper, ages 12 and up A 14-year-old's quest to become the next great director is stymied by his inability to get his hands on a camcorder in this graphic novel by the creator of the...
  • Book Review: 'The Greater Journey: Americans in Paris'

    Book Review: 'The Greater Journey: Americans in Paris'
    The Greater Journey Americans in Paris David McCullough Simon & Schuster: 560 pp., $37.50 For more than 40 years, David McCullough has brought the past to life in books distinguished by vigorous storytelling and vivid characterizations. He garnered...