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  • Marriage At Center Of Margulies' 'Time Stands Still' At TheaterWorks

    Marriage At Center Of Margulies' 'Time Stands Still'  At TheaterWorks
    Donald Margulies' "Time Stands Still," which runs Aug. 16 to Sept. 15 at Hartford's TheaterWorks, began on a Metro-North train trip from Connecticut to Manhattan. The Brooklyn-born playwright, who has made New Haven his home for the past 30 years, was...
  • Mount Dora showcasing Florida Highwaymen paintings

    More than six of the primary self-taught Florida Highwaymen artists, known for their stylistic Florida landscape paintings, will be in Mount Dora this weekend for the 11th Highwaymen Art Show, Sale and Benefit. The event is at the Donnelly Park...
  • Stephanie Bradshaw expands her business of style

    Stephanie Bradshaw expands her business of style
     With her Maltipoo, Brooks, tucked under her arm, Stephanie Bradshaw was ready to get down to business. Three employees were buzzing about her Clipper Mill office, preparing for a bridal photo shoot. Bradshaw rattled off questions about the session,...
  • Start the Presses: On the road to find Wall Street

     Start the Presses: On the road to find Wall Street
    At just past 8:30 a.m., the neon sign flickered to life. Guthrie's Alley Cat had put out the welcome mat for the morning beer-and-shots crowd. The bar sits on Wall Street in Bakersfield, a narrow piece of concrete near downtown. My wife, Donna, and I...
  • Mumford & Sons music video: Director reveals production secrets

    Mumford & Sons music video: Director reveals production secrets
    Ed Helms actually knows how to play the banjo but looks more like the piano player. The wig maker from “Saturday Night Live” did everybody’s hair — except Jason Bateman’s. Even though he was lip-synching, Jason Sudeikis...
  • Story, science, and adventure

    Story, science, and adventure
    Science reporter Abby Olena was writing about researchers hunting microplastics in Lake Michigan. The Tribune photo desk separately sought to photograph a flotilla of tall ships inbound for Chicago. As it happened, a group of collaborating scientists...
  • Florida rains provide endless summer photo opportunities

    Florida rains provide endless summer photo opportunities
    If you're a photography enthusiast in Florida, chances are you've been rained out on more than one occasion, particularly in the soggy summer months. But while the daily thunderstorms and towering clouds from June to September may not always be the most...
  • Debut novelist Amy Sue Nathan lets go of appearance anxiety

    Debut novelist Amy Sue Nathan lets go of appearance anxiety
    Publishing my first book was a major event in my life and it's been full of surprises. I didn't know my throat would tighten when strangers emailed photos of my novel in bookstores and airports. I didn't know that classmates who hadn't seen me in 30 years...
  • Halle Berry, Jennifer Garner testify on paparazzi bill

    Halle Berry, Jennifer Garner testify on paparazzi bill
    Actresses Halle Berry and Jennifer Garner testified in Sacramento on Tuesday in support of a bill aimed at protecting the children of celebrities and public officials from paparazzi. Senate Bill 606, proposed by Sen. Kevin DeLeon (D-Los Angeles),...
  • You have a problem with the paparazzi?

    You have a problem with the paparazzi?
    Pushed by such celebrities as Halle Berry and Jennifer Garner, state lawmakers are considering yet another proposal aimed at taming aggressive packs of paparazzi. The new bill, by Sen. Kevin de León (D-Los Angeles), would take a state law that bars...
  • Allan Sekula, photographer and CalArts professor, dies at 62

    Allan Sekula, photographer and CalArts professor, dies at 62
    Allan Sekula, a renowned photographer and longtime professor at the California Institute of the Arts whose artistic output centered on the political consequences of maritime commerce and global trade, died in Los Angeles on Saturday. He was 62 and had...