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Opinion L.A.High winds: Patt Morrison writes that because of high winds, she has been without light and heat and hot tap water for 36 hours -– and it feels like 36 years....
Culture MonsterTheater critic Charles McNulty names the best plays he saw in 2011....
Jacket CopyAttorneys for the "Diary of a Wimpy Kid" books have filed suit against "Diary of a Zombie Kid."...
Jacket CopyAdam Johnson talks about his new novel "The Orphan Master's Son," and David L. Ulin reviews Shalom Auslander's 'Hope: A Tragedy."...
Culture MonsterCharles Dickens: Tuesday marks the bicentennial of Charles Dickens' birth. Britain's National Film Theatre is holding a retrospective, and a ceremony will be held at London's Westminster Abbey starring actor-director Ralph Fiennes, who, along with...
Culture Monster"A Room With a View," a musical adaptation of E.M. Forster's 1908 novel, has its world premiere at the Old Globe....
Jacket CopyTo mark the opening of baseball season we have reviews of the three books on the sport as well as John Sutherland's massive "Lives of the Novelists."...
24 FramesArclight Cinemas, celebrating its 10th anniversary this year, asked filmgoers to choose classic movies for this month's ArcLight Presents. And they came up with some popular choices, including "Raiders of the Lost Ark."...
"I tattoo everyone from high-school principals to the other end of the freaking spectrum," says Mike Dunn, a tattoo artist at Visual Expressions in East Hartford. A music teacher recently came in to get a music staff that morphs into a DNA strand...
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Jacket CopyAccording to Seth Grahame-Smith, author of three insanely popular historical-fiction-meets-genre-thriller novels, zombies are good at two things: separating us from our delicious cranial tissue, and serving as a metaphor for whatever a culture fears. ...
"Death Comes to Pemberly" by P.D. James, Alfred A. Knopf, 304 pages, $25.95. One of my favorite authors has written a sequel to one of my all-time favorite novels. Life doesn't get much better for book lovers! It is 1803, six years after the end of...
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