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  • Adventures In Pennyslvania's Bucks County Highlight American Ingenuity

    Adventures In Pennyslvania's Bucks County Highlight American Ingenuity
    BUCKS COUNTY, PA. — Oscar Hammerstein II was in a slump. After co-authoring some of Broadway's biggest musicals of the 1920s, including "Showboat'', his work flopped in the 1930s. The lyricist and his wife, Dorothy, began to search for a country...
  • OWN to Release Barbara Kopple Doc 'Running From Crazy' in Theaters

    Oprah Winfrey's OWN is expanding its theatrical footprint, partnering with independent distributor Vitagraph Films to release Barbara Kopple's docu "Running From Crazy" in theaters on Nov. 1. The cabler will air the docu in 2014. OWN previously partnered...
  • Review: 'Salinger' by David Shields and Shane Salerno

    Review: 'Salinger' by David Shields and Shane Salerno
    Talismans of high school life come and go but one has remained steadfast for generations: that slim ruby red paperback known as J.D. Salinger’s “The Catcher in the Rye.” First published in 1951, the coming-of-age novel sells about a...
  • Mexican Director Gaz Alazraki Reveals His Nine Unlikely Teachers

    Mexican director Gaz Alazraki shook up his country's film industry this year when his raucous clash of the classes comedy "Nosotros los nobles" ("We Are the Nobles") grossed more than $26 million at the Mexico box office. It also put the 35-year-old...
  • 1960s riot site in Hollywood to see an uprising of another sort

    1960s riot site in Hollywood to see an uprising of another sort
    A once-notorious intersection at the foot of Laurel Canyon in Hollywood is being targeted for a striking new development with high-rise apartments, street-level shops and an underground grocery store. At the southwest corner of Sunset Boulevard at...
  • Before WWII, Isolationism Ruled The Land

    In January 1938, Rep. Louis Ludlow, an Indiana Democrat, proposed a constitutional amendment strongly supported by the public: "Except in the event of an invasion of the United States or its territorial possessions and attack upon its citizens residing...
  • Michigan launched Hemingway's adventures

     Michigan launched Hemingway's adventures
    Ernest Hemingway's favorite vacation spot beckons, and it's just half a day's drive from Chicago in northern Michigan. The globe-trotting author is more associated with bullfighting in Spain, movable feasts in Paris, big-game hunting on African...
  • Go Away With ... Megalyn Echikunwoke

    Megalyn Echikunwoke lives in Venice Beach, Calif. -- a long way from the Navajo reservation in Chinle, Ariz., where she grew up. "There really is nothing like it," says the actress, whose resume includes TV roles on "House of Lies," "24" and "CSI: Miami."...
  • Cocktail recipe: Hotel Nacional from the Eveleigh

    Cocktail recipe: Hotel Nacional from the Eveleigh
    Just because you can't travel to Cuba from the United States doesn't mean that you can't drink like you're on holiday in Havana. Eveleigh barman Dave Kupchinsky has created a languorous summer treat with a cocktail called Hotel Nacional. The drink tips...
  • Kids Read & Write Program: week seven

    Kids Read & Write Program: week seven
    "Get Well Soon" by Julie Halpern Get Well Soon, by Julie Halpern, is about a girl so depressed, her parents decide to send her to a mental hospital. But as she finds her place in this wacked-up, cut-off world, she realizes that it isn't as bad as she...
  • Off-Broadway's 'The Commons of Pensacola'

    "YOU WILL do foolish things, but do them with enthusiasm," said Collette. It is difficult to equate the brilliant actress Jennifer Lawrence and her big movie hit "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" with the silly promotion "The Late Show with David...
  • The L.A. schools' iPad misadventure is looking a lot more expensive

    The L.A. schools' iPad misadventure is looking a lot more expensive
    The story of Los Angeles schools' misbegotten $1-billion program to equip all its students with iPads for students continues to get worse. The latest news, as reported by my colleague Howard Blume, is that the price of the devices turns out to be higher...