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  • Review: 'A Spool of Blue Thread' by Anne Tyler

    Review: 'A Spool of Blue Thread' by Anne Tyler
    There was a time when the favorite way to put down Anne Tyler was to refer to her novels as "middlebrow." Particularly in the 1980s, a decade of triumphs that began with "Morgan's Passing" and continued with "Dinner at the Homesick Restaurant," "The Accidental Tourist" and the Pulitzer Prize-winning "Breathing Lessons," there were those who regarded Tyler as unworthy of all the attention and accolades she was receiving.
  • Celebrity Scoop: Casey Wilson

    Casey Wilson, Penny on ABC's "Happy Endings," isn't sure but thinks she probably always was funny. Her first memory of working an audience was cracking up her parents. Her aunt left the room and she did a spot-on impersonation. "I don't even change my...

    Nothing accidental about this tourist, abroad for the first time in 35 years

    Richard Nixon was president, Charles de Gaulle Airport had just opened and People magazine had just begun. No bar codes were on products, no one had a personal computer and online booking was impossible for hotels and airlines. Travelers' checks, not...

    100 things we love about Baltimore -- Printable list

    100 things we love about Baltimore -- Printable list
    A moody tavern. An extraordinary cocktail. The easy lapping of bay water against the banks of the Inner Harbor. Duckpin lanes. Old Bay. Art in an otherwise empty storefront. For all of these things, and for so many more, people love Baltimore. People feel...

    The Nightingales

    The Nightingales
    The Nightingales are a nucleus of school nursesthat are employed by schools in Lake Forest and Lake Bluff. We'd like to meet Jeannette Walls, author of "The Glass Castle." She describes such a hardscrabble childhood that we would like to ask her how...