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  • Friends Of The Libraries: Writers take advantage of community room

    It came to my attention Saturday that a group using the community room at the Costa Mesa Donald Dungan Library was the OC Writers Guild, which has been meeting weekly since July 2011. This group, which met through http://www.meetup.com, has aspiring...
  • Check It Out: Culinary mysteries served up well done

    The holiday season is upon us and with it comes visits with family and friends, and plenty of tasty food to eat at each gathering. Here are some who-done-it morsels full of flavor, fun and mystery. Hanna Denton has some big shoes to fill when she moves...
  • On the Town: A novel day for La Crescenta Woman's Club

    On the Town: A novel day for La Crescenta Woman's Club
    A three-hour program plus lunch goes really fast when La Crescenta Woman's Club members are involved. On Monday (Nov. 12) these go-getters organized their annual Authors Luncheon at the La CaƱada Flintridge Country Club. A silent auction, door prizes,...
  • Baltimore author Margaret Meacham publishes two books in a month

    Baltimore author Margaret Meacham publishes two books in a month
    When author Margaret Meacham was a little girl, she let her imagination soar while perched high in the branches of a buckeye tree in her family's Pittsburgh backyard. Now, half a century after those leafy daydreams, the 60-year-old Meacham is a popular...
  • 'Agnes of God' makes a mark at Spotlighters

    John Pielmeier's theological thriller "Agnes of God" is more interested in questions than in answers. Even if you've seen a few productions of this drama since its Broadway debut in 1982, you may not be sure what to make of the central mystery that's...
  • Chasing Down The Muse: Literary festival a must for women

    I was up before dawn on a recent morning. The moonlit ocean looked like a brilliant field. I longed to run across its expanse even though I knew that was impossible. My "brilliant field" for the day was going to be the Long Beach Convention Center,...
  • 'Doctor Who' shockers: New companion cast, 'not everyone gets out alive'

    'Doctor Who' shockers: New companion cast, 'not everyone gets out alive'
    Doctor Who has found his new companion. Jenna-Louise Coleman will replace Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill in the long-running series when their characters make a "heartbreaking departure" later this year. BBC and BBC America announced the casting of 25-...
  • Tudor England beckons debut author

    Tudor England beckons debut author
    Like many journalists, Nancy Bilyeau dreamed of writing a novel. She even managed to eke out a few chapters, melding her two great loves of Tudor history and mystery thrillers. But whenever she would make a little headway, the real world — her...
  • Patt Morrison Asks: Jonah Lehrer, brain teaser

    Patt Morrison Asks: Jonah Lehrer, brain teaser
    Zombies in movie theaters, zombies on television — a whole lot of us have brains on the brain. And so, in a substantially different way, does Jonah Lehrer. He's put himself at the crossroads of neuroscience and the humanities with books like his...
  • AMS device flying Endeavour could be big science or big dud

     
    Here's Mark Matthews' and my report on the primary payload abord the shuttle Endeavour, which ran in Sunday's Orlando Sentinel nespaper. Stowed in the cargo hold of space shuttle Endeavour for its launch Friday is a science experiment that could upend...
  • 'The Killing' recap: World's worst teacher

     
    The latest episode of 'The Killing' comes awfully close to straying over the thin line between slow-moving and boring, says this recap....