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  • Theater review: 'Wanzie's Glittering Star-Studded A Christmas Carol' from Wanzie Presents

    Theater review: 'Wanzie's Glittering Star-Studded A Christmas Carol' from Wanzie Presents
    Grown weary of Christmas traditions? Well, far from traditional, "Wanzie's Glittering Star-Studded A Christmas Carol," may be just the thing to spike your eggnog. The conceit of Michael Wanzie's comic adaptation of Charles Dickens' tale is that an all-...
  • British Actress Miriam Margolyes Performs Dickens' Characters at Yale

    British Actress Miriam Margolyes Performs Dickens' Characters at Yale
    Need a brain escape after election day? Award-winning British stage and screen actress Miriam Margolyes will perform her celebrated production of “Dickens’ Women,” where she portrays 23 of the author’s best-loved characters, on...
  • Treat Chicago's homicide surge as an epidemic

    Treat Chicago's homicide surge as an epidemic
    For once, Chicago has beaten New York in a competition that the Windy City had no desire to win. Chicago ended 2012 with more homicides than New York. No one cheers for that. Chicago, with only a third of New York's population, ended 2012 with 506...
  • The Valley Line: The season of sweater weather and awards

    The Valley Line: The season of sweater weather and awards
    Brrrr, has it been cold enough for you? It has been teeth-chattering weather lately. Actually, I’d rather it be like this than have to deal with triple-digit heat. There is almost no limit to how many sweaters one can put on to warm up, but one...
  • In Jurji Zayden's 'Tree of Pearls,' the power of self-interest has repercussions

    In Jurji Zayden's 'Tree of Pearls,' the power of self-interest has repercussions
    ‘Tree of Pearls, Queen of Egypt” by Jurji Zaydan opens “On a moonlit night long ago, two women of exceeding grace and beauty, though far apart in age, sat gazing at the silver waters of the Nile.” The year is 1250, the Ayyubid...
  • Breeders' Cup looks to add to rich history

    The 28 years of horse racing's traveling carnival, also known as the Breeders' Cup, have been a tale of more than two cities; 10, actually, if you count Los Angeles and New York twice each for their separate participating tracks. The history of this...
  • Fall fest

    The Western Maryland Hospital Center Auxiliary will host a fall fest Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the hospital center’s auditorium.  There will be many vendors, including Longaberger, Miche, Origami Owl, Tastefully Simple and Journey to...
  • The Little Miss Christmas Pageant Musical at Milford's Center for the Arts

    The Little Miss Christmas Pageant Musical at Milford's Center for the Arts
    Pantochino Productions' holiday show is described as a mash-up of TLC's "Toddlers and Tiaras" show and Charles Dickens' holiday classic A Christmas Carol.   GLITZ! The Little Miss Christmas Pageant Musical through Dec. 22, $16, Milford's Center...
  • 'The Other America' by Michael Harrington

    A new edition of Michael Harrington's "The Other America: Poverty in the United States," an eloquent appeal to the American conscience, has been published on the occasion of the book's 50th anniversary. "The Other America" is a masterpiece, a powerful...
  • Cat walks six miles back home

    Cat walks six miles back home
    Charles Dickens once said, "What greater gift than the love of a cat." Barbara Oliphant would agree.  Her cat Wollie just walked for three days to get home to her.  Barbara and Wallie met last summer.  She felt sorry for it because it was thin and not...
  • Word power

    Word power
    Earlier this year, when Russian President Vladimir Putin proposed a 100-book required reading list for his compatriots, it provoked anxiety, rekindling memories of Soviet-era censorship. The furor underscored an important point: that literature plays a...
  • Film review: 'Dark Knight Rises' is a promise fulfilled

    Film review: 'Dark Knight Rises' is a promise fulfilled
    And so the Christopher Nolan rendition of Batman — started in “Batman Begins” (2005) and continued in “The Dark Knight” (2008) — comes to an end, in “The Dark Knight Rises.” It stands proudly alongside...