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Channel 2 NewsThe way Sgt. Jennifer Shockley writes it, the wild and woolly Unalaska, Alaska could be a magical land full of mysterious creatures and strange customs. Take this recent entry in her now famous Unalaska Police Blotter: Animal - Petite piles of poo...
The two twin lunar orbiters recently launched by NASA will no longer be known as Grail A and B. A fourth-grade class in Bozeman, Mont., has renamed the probes Ebb and Flow. The class beat out more than 11,000 students from across the nation who submitted...
Tags: Space Programs, Teaching and Learning, Students, NASA
Jacket Copy25 authors and editors share their literary resolutions for 2012. What's yours?...
Art Nouveau Norbert Wolf Prestel, $75 The Art Nouveau movement covered it all — decorative arts, architecture, fashion, dance, advertising and more — and this book seeks to restore the movement's prominence in the discussion of modern art....
Hana Pestle is not your average 22-year-old singer who is looking to make it big. She is not trying to be the autotuned tart of the month. She has already caught the attention of former Evanescence guitarist Ben Moody — who produced her sometimes...
In 1937, poet Edna St. Vincent Millay came close to refusing an honorary degree from New York University when she learned she had been excluded from a reception for male recipients of the doctorate at the Waldorf-Astoria and instead was to have a quiet...
While reading a book on contemporary physics some time ago, I realized that attempting to comprehend it was like trying to floss the teeth of a flea. Underwater. While drunk. With broken fingers. And blindfolded. I managed to finish the book, but the...
In her famous poem, Emily Dickinson opines that, "Hope is the thing with feathers/that perches in the soul." In Ann Patchett's new novel "State of Wonder," newly widowed mother Karen Eckman, distraught over the mysterious death of her husband in an...
Jacket CopyA charming collection of Emily Dickinson's letters shows her father teasing her about liking "modern literati" -- modern, circa 1854....
Los Angeles TimesThe FSG Book of Twentieth-Century Latin American Poetry An Anthology Edited by Ilan Stavans Farrar, Straus & Giroux: 729 pp., $50 Here's the answer to a hypothetical "Jeopardy" query: "Who are Pablo Neruda and, um…?" And now, the question:...
Special to the Los Angeles TimesThe Red Garden A Novel Alice Hoffman Crown: 275 pp., $25 "The Red Garden" is a fantastical history of Blackwell, Mass., from 1750 to the present, replete with intermarried families, melancholic bears and altruistic mermaids. If you have trouble with...
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