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  • Travel Postcard: 48 hours in Cambridge, England

    CAMBRIDGE (Reuters) - Got 48 hours to explore the colleges, pubs, green spaces and leafy towpaths of Cambridge, England? Reuters correspondents with local knowledge help visitors get the most out of a visit to the city that is home to one of world's...
  • Artist Steve Roden blends old photos, recordings on new CD

    Artist Steve Roden blends old photos, recordings on new CD
    The genesis of "... i listen to the wind that obliterates my traces," a new book of vintage photographs with musical accompaniment, came simply, during one of artist Steve Roden's regular visits to the flea market. "This is how it always happens —...
  • John Williams and Steven Spielberg mark 40 years of collaboration

    John Williams and Steven Spielberg mark 40 years of collaboration
    The quietest room in Hollywood may be the office where John Williams composes. In a bungalow on the Universal Studios lot, steps from the production company of his most frequent collaborator, director Steven Spielberg, Williams works alone at a 90-year-...
  • Album review: John Mayer's 'Born and Raised'

     
    On John Mayer's new album "Born and Raised," he travels to Montana to get away from the city, and the result is expert musicality filled with charm and honesty -- and an impressive level of self-absorption within his lyrics. Times pop music critic Randall...
  • Chasing Down The Muse: Rainy days and Mondays — but not blue

    Nature never did betray the heart that loved her. —William Wordsworth * Monday dawns crystal clear, with long, clear views out to Catalina. It's enough to make one want to run and play — frolic, even. This certainly seems to fit the season....
  • Celebrating 12 in 2012

    In an anecdote that sticks to the memory like an overdone cookie on an undergreased cookie sheet — those 2011 holiday baking mishaps still rankle — an American visiting the Sorbonne is accosted by a French student. "You Americans!" the...
  • Why men are in trouble

    Why men are in trouble
    For the first time in history, women are better educated, more ambitious and arguably more successful than men. Now, society has rightly celebrated the ascension of one sex. We said, "You go girl," and they went. We celebrate the ascension of women but...
  • Karen Michael Dixon

      Karen Michael Dixon June 12, 1937 - September 27, 2011 Loving, adoring mother of Lauren Michael Sanda and Leslie Elaine Sacks. Special Grammie to Siena Paige Sacks. Karen is survived by her beloved sister, Dorothy Frances Page and cousin, Justine...
  • The latest travel books

    'Moon Handbooks: Cleveland' Avalon, $17.95 Poor Cleveland. For years, the city has been the object of bad jokes by late-night comedians. Nowadays, though, attitudes seem to be changing. Author Douglas Trattner goes so far as to write that Cleveland "has...
  • Books: Faces to watch in 2010

    Books: Faces to watch in 2010
    REBECCA SKLOOT SCIENCE JOURNALIST When Rebecca Skloot was a high school student, she learned about HeLa cells, the first human cells to be successfully reproduced in a lab. They'd become the standard for medical research, classrooms, even in space --...
  • 'The Ballad of Dorothy Wordsworth' by Frances Wilson

    'The Ballad of Dorothy Wordsworth' by Frances Wilson
    The Ballad of Dorothy Wordsworth A Life Frances Wilson Farrar, Straus & Giroux: 318 pp., $30 Literature is supposed to be a serious, solitary profession. Then why were William Wordsworth, his sister Dorothy and their best friend Samuel Coleridge...
  • Concept of original content is pure fiction

    William Shakespeare, you're a criminal. Well, sort of. You're at least a plagiarist--borrowing characters and plots without proper attribution. Our conception of plagiarism, including using words from another source, is largely modern and academic. It'...