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Concert music: I'm supposed to embrace it all. As the socially lucky offspring of professional pianists, I have survived music school, performed songs for actual money and worked in radio as well as a critic passionate about today's composers. That...
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Graduates of the Johns Hopkins University's master's program in science writing have explained the prospects of life on Mars, the promise of neuroscience research and the ethics of animal testing on the pages of Scientific American, Nature and Popular...
VarietyWith more online movie sites than ever, it might seem like women have more chances to get into film criticism. But a study released Friday by San Diego State professor Martha Lauzen finds that among top critics, fewer films were reviewed by women in...
ReutersMay 23 (TheWrap.com) - WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange seemed like an intriguing topic for prolific documentarian Alex Gibney, but little did he know the rabbit hole of secrets, lies and hypocrisy he would find as he dug into his subject. Gibney's...
This is in response to Rachel Patron's May 18 column, "Attitudes toward women change, but process is slow:" I am a Jewish woman, a wife, mother and grandmother. I am also a licensed clinical psychologist with a Ph.D. I did not grow up orthodox; I am...
The Hartford CourantRegistration is open for the Harriet Beecher Stowe Center's big event, the Stowe Prize Big Tent Jubilee, which will take place on May 30 from 5:30 to 9 p.m. on the Stowe Center grounds, 77 Forest St., Hartford. The event will honor the 2013 Stowe...
A groundbreaking paperless public library system will open in Texas this year, the BBC reports. Bexar County's $1.5-million BiblioTech project will open its first library branch without a single print book. Instead, the BiblioTech library will...
Star-News, Wilmington, N.C."America loves science," said National Public Radio personality Ira Flatow. The trouble is, some of its leaders haven't gotten the message. Flatow, the host of NPR's "Science Friday" series, is coming to Wilmington on Monday and Tuesday to make...
Last year at the Cannes Film Festival, Alec Baldwin and director James Toback ran around for 11 days making a movie about two guys (themselves; it’s a documentary) scrambling to line up financing for a different movie, a sex-soaked tale of a right-...
Humor HotelI have dreaded this day ever since she got her driver's permit. It's one thing to let your daughter drive slowly around the neighborhood with her dad in the passenger seat repeating, "Slow. Slow. SLOW!!!" It's another to see her proudly displaying her...
I understand that there are about 310 million people living in the United States, and private citizens here own about 300 million firearms. If these figures are even roughly correct, then the gun industry faces the challenge of selling into a saturated...
Greeley Tribune, Colo.Robert Waltman got stopped by a policeman once. He understood. It was in the morning, before sunlight, and he was carrying a bag. Who carries a bag when he runs? Waltman's been called a hobo. He understood. He probably looks like a hobo when he's...
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