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  • Bradley Cooper as Lucifer?

     
    Alex Proyas is still most famous for a movie he did 20 years ago, “The Crow.” But that comic book adaptation's bleak vision and dark tone stick with you, almost as much as the knowledge that Brandon Lee died on a set Proyas was in charge of....
  • Heaven out of hell at Rob Zombie/Slayer concert in Reading

     
    For a concert that has been billed as a match made in Hell, the temperature inside the Sovereign Center in Reading Wednesday night was a welcome relief from the scorching heat wave that has been cursing the rest of the......
  • Literary highlights of Comic-Con

     
    Edgar Allen Poe and John Milton had their time in the sun at San Diego's Comic-Con....
  • Florida insults veterans and the public

     
    In anĀ attempt to honor Florida's veterans, theĀ Florida Department of Veterans' Affairs managed to insult not only veterans but also minorities and virtually all rational people who inhabit the state. This courtesy of Mike Prendergast, the former Rick...
  • Djimon Hounsou is the Angel of Death in the new ‘Paradise Lost’

     
    John Milton's epic poem is getting the Alex “The Crow” Proyas treatment early next year. He's landed Bradley Cooper to play Lucifer and Benjamin Walker as his Michael. And now there's an Angel of Death for the film. The great Djimon Hounsou...
  • "Woodrow Wilson: A Biography" By John Milton Cooper, Jr.

    "Woodrow Wilson: A Biography" By John Milton Cooper, Jr.
    "Woodrow Wilson: A Biography" By John Milton Cooper, Jr. andom House, 2009, 702 pages, $35 President Woodrow Wilson, a confidant confided in his diary shortly after World War I, "will probably go down in history as the greatest figure of his time, and I...
  • Deborah Harkness' 'A Discovery of Witches' started with airport bookstores

    Deborah Harkness' 'A Discovery of Witches' started with airport bookstores
    Sometimes inspiration comes in the unlikeliest places. While vacationing in Puerto Vallarta in fall 2008, USC professor Deborah Harkness, a historian of science, was consumed with the upcoming bicentenary of Charles Darwin's birth, but the rest of the...
  • A gold mine of documents on religious freedom

    A gold mine of documents on religious freedom
    How many times have you heard or read a rant about what the Founding Fathers "really" said? Now you can find out for yourself -- in their own words -- on Sacred Texts. This gold mine of a website, housed at the University of Virginia, stocks such...
  • Watchdog: Buses miss North Baltimore stop without sign

    The problem: A bus stop in Homeland has been missing for months. The backstory: Tyler Corkum has exhibited patience that one might not expect from a college student. The rising Drexel University sophomore contacted Watchdog in May about a missing bus...
  • Reel Critics: 'Drive Angry' could be Nicolas Cage's career killer

    Nicolas Cage became famous for his distinctive work in offbeat movies like "Raising Arizona," "Red Rock West" and "Leaving Las Vegas." But for many years now, Cage has been earning big paychecks doing a Bruce Willis imitation in several action thrillers...
  • Marriage and conversation

    We've been hearing a lot about marriage lately from celibate clergy and other experts, so I thought that a layman's prspective might be of interest. Much of the talk keeps returning to procreation as the fundamental component of marriage, presumably...