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  • New Harbor East pub crawl fails to include any pubs

    New Harbor East pub crawl fails to include any pubs
    To promote nightlife in swanky Harbor East, Cross Street Partners is organizing what it bills as the neighborhood's "first pub crawl, a progressive event perfect for foodies and fun-loving city dwellers." "People come here and they eat in the dining...
  • Hip city living by the water

    Hip city living by the water
    One sunny day two summers ago, as Yvonne Hardy-Phillips and her husband, Oliver, shopped for groceries at Whole Foods Market in Harbor East, something happened that took the couple and other store patrons by surprise. From out of the gourmet cheese aisle...
  • Review: Zadie Smith's 'NW' a powerful exploration of lives adrift

     Review: Zadie Smith's 'NW' a powerful exploration of lives adrift
    -------------------- NW A Novel Zadie Smith Penguin: 416 pp., $26.95 -------------------- Zadie Smith's fourth novel, "NW," is a return of sorts to the voices and the northwest London landscape of her 2000 debut, "White Teeth." Like that book, it...
  • Daum: Speaking down to Americans

    Daum: Speaking down to Americans
    Lest you think the bullying and foot-stomping of Congress most resemble a tantrum-prone bunch of second-graders, think again. Data compiled by the Sunlight Foundation, a nonpartisan group focused on greater transparency in Washington, has shown that...
  • What we're reading: book news, copyrights and ephemera

     
    A big copyright decision, The Big Sleep on screen, a stellar set of library fellows and a happy day for Samuel Pepys in today's book news....
  • Nostalgia

     
    We conservatives are always told, "You can't turn the clock back." You can turn it back! We've done it, beginning with Camden Yards (in Baltimore) and all the other retro ballparks. That says "The past was better." Words to live......
  • Pomona Public Library: From endangered to uncertain

     
    The Pomona Public Library will not, as feared, close in August -- but its future is still unclear....
  • Where Wal-Mart departs, a library succeeds

     
    A former Walmart in McAllen, Texas that was converted to its public library has won a design competition -- not to mention fans....
  • Louisiana state library funding has been eliminated

     
    Louisiana cuts state funding for libraries: While some Louisiana parishes may be able to manage the loss of state library funding, others will be adversely affected....
  • Celebrating Bloomsday and James Joyce

     
    James Joyce's "Ulysses" may be one of the most difficult books of the 20th century, but that hasn't stopped it from becoming the center of public celebrations worldwide....
  • Will the Pomona Public Library be closed?

     
    The Pomona Public Library may be closed due to a budget shortfall; the city council is expected to vote on the closure Monday....
  • Irish National Library puts James Joyce manuscripts online

     
    Want to see manuscripts of James Joyce's "Finnegan's Wake"? You can now: The Irish National Library has put its collection of rare Joyce materials online....