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Jack Kerouac

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  • Walter Salles rinde tribute al 'Beat Generation' en 'On the Road'

    Walter Salles rinde tribute al 'Beat Generation' en 'On the Road'
    Hace 15 años Walter Salles sorprendió al mundo con Estación Central, película nominada al Oscar extranjero. El cineasta brasileño volvió a ser noticia cuando filmó Diarios de motocicleta, cinta indie sobre los años mozos del Che Guevara. Después de...
  • Kerouac opus 'On the Road' hits just enough beats ★★★

    Kerouac opus 'On the Road' hits just enough beats ★★★
    An eternal fountain of adolescence, Jack Kerouac's "On the Road" went through many permutations between its point of origin, 1948, and its point of notorious, divisive publication, 1957. The best description of it came from Kerouac himself, in a journal...
  • Awkward 'Road' trips with Kristen Stewart

    Awkward 'Road' trips with Kristen Stewart
    "I was 16, 17, maybe, when I spoke with Walter for the first time," Kristen Stewart is saying about director Walter Salles, whose film version of the Jack Kerouac novel "On the Road" premiered as one of the competition titles (unawarded, as it turned out)...
  • 'On the Road' review: They don't got the beat

    'On the Road' review: They don't got the beat
    *1/2 (out of four) Perhaps the sight of Bella—er, Kristen Stewart—in the buff will attract people to “On the Road.” Or they’ll flock to it merely because they're curious to see how Jack Kerouac’s self-indulgent 1957...
  • Kristen Stewart: 'I'm so ready to walk away' from 'Twilight'

    Kristen Stewart is only weeks away from leaving behind the world of vampires and werewolves. But with the final "Twilight" film set to hit theaters on the evening of Nov. 15, the actress says she’s not shedding tears over the franchise’s end....
  • In Mexico City, author Daniel Hernandez finds a complex culture

    In Mexico City, author Daniel Hernandez finds a complex culture
    Shortly before Daniel Hernandez moved from L.A. to Mexico to write a book about its roiling capital, a friend gave him an order. "I don't want to see you back from Mexico City until it's physically altered you, until you are different," Hernandez was...
  • Catherine Mulholland dies at 88; historian wrote key biography of famed grandfather

    Catherine Mulholland dies at 88; historian wrote key biography of famed grandfather
    Catherine Mulholland, a historian whose biography of her grandfather William Mulholland sought to correct the image of the man who was sometimes vilified for his central role in bringing water to Southern California, died of natural causes Wednesday at...
  • Kesha has a very sober side

    Kesha has a very sober side
    Here's something about dealing with criticism that they don't tell you on the way to becoming one of America's biggest pop singers. All the tequila shooters, glitter lipsticks, sold-out world tours and slavish affection from boys in spirit animal hoods...
  • Critic's Notebook: Under the influence of Hemingway

    Critic's Notebook: Under the influence of Hemingway
    For much of the 1980s, beginning when I was in college, I used to read a Hemingway book a year. The point was not self-improvement but rather a kind of exploration: What was it, exactly, about his writing that I'd missed? I had read "The Sun Also Rises"...
  • PASSINGS: Larry Totah, Rita Bronowski, Thomas Guinzburg

    PASSINGS: Larry Totah, Rita Bronowski, Thomas Guinzburg
    LARRY TOTAH L.A. architect and designer Larry Totah, 55, a Los Angeles architect and designer who created the look of retail boutiques, restaurants, furniture and home furnishings, died Sept. 3 at Kaiser Permanente Los Angeles Medical Center. He had...
  • Barney Rosset dies at 89; publisher fought censorship

    Barney Rosset, the renegade founder of Grove Press who fought groundbreaking legal battles against censorship and introduced American readers to such provocative writers as Harold Pinter, Samuel Beckett, Eugene Ionesco and Jean Genet, died Tuesday in...
  • Five ways to get started with your new iPad

     
    New iPad: Want to get started with your new iPad? Here are five ways to customize your iPad experience....