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  • Lafayette College art installation tells story of Martha, the last passenger pigeon

    Lafayette College art installation tells story of Martha, the last passenger pigeon
    Its title has the ring of a classic Greek tragedy. It's not, but "Requiem: Ectopistes Migratorius," now at the Williams Center Gallery at Lafayette College in Easton, does tell a very sad story in a very big way.
  • Shia LaBeouf, Kate Mara, Gary Oldman set for thriller 'Man Down'

    Shia LaBeouf, Kate Mara, Gary Oldman set for thriller 'Man Down'
    Shia LaBeouf and Gary Oldman have been grabbing attention lately via their off-screen exploits — the former with erratic behavior, the latter with provocative comments — but now the two are set to get back to work, starring alongside Kate Mara...

    Rebecca Solnit's 'The Faraway Nearby' offers a storyteller's empathy

    Rebecca Solnit's latest book, "The Faraway Nearby" (Viking: 260 pp., $25.95), began with a delivery of 100 pounds of apricots. "It was like a trumpet blew and said, 'You're entering the world of narrative," the 52-year-old author recalls by phone from...

    Review: It takes real drive to see 3-part John Divola retrospective

    Review: It takes real drive to see 3-part John Divola retrospective
    Are photographers vandals? Does the mere presence of a camera at an ordinary place or extraordinary event inevitably damage the experience of it, as vandalism does? Is photography a powerful creative tool for the willful destruction of established art,...

    Review: Pageant not just still lifes

    Review: Pageant not just still lifes
    There's a moment in the 1976 comedy "Silent Movie" in which Mel Brooks, playing a Hollywood director, calls the French mime Marcel Marceau and offers him a part. Brooks asks the question through title cards — it's a silent movie, after all —...