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  • Presidential historian speaks at Broward College

    Presidential historian speaks at Broward College
    World-renowned presidential historian and author Doris Kearns Goodwin discussed American presidents and leadership lessons of history at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts in Fort Lauderdale on April 15 as one of five speakers in the Broward...
  • A literary exploration at Los Angeles Times Festival of Books

    A literary exploration at Los Angeles Times Festival of Books
    Author T.C. Boyle was talking about his development as a writer. He explained that his first book, 1982's "Water Music," explored human relationships with the Earth. But he said that after having published 25 books he's still trying to tackle a...
  • Festival of Books: Cuba beyond the cliches; panel continues Sunday

    Festival of Books: Cuba beyond the cliches; panel continues Sunday
    "Moving Beyond the 'Cuba Cliche' and Getting to the Real Cuba" at the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books repeats at 10:30 a.m. Sunday. Times travel writer Christopher Reynolds will speak about Cuba with travel writer Catherine Watson. Look for Booth 47,...
  • The World Bank's broken promise to 'do no harm'

    The World Bank's broken promise to 'do no harm'
    Seven years ago, the World Bank set out to help preserve Kenya's Embobut Forest for future generations. As part of the Natural Resource Management Project, it spent millions to mitigate erosion, prevent landslides and improve the administration of water...
  • Around Annapolis: Drama club nominated in 12 Cappies categories

    Around Annapolis: Drama club nominated in 12 Cappies categories
    The Hippodrome in Baltimore will be flooded with high school theater and journalism students, including the cast and crew of Annapolis High School's "A Christmas Carol," all dressed in their best, ready to attend the high school equivalent of the Tony...
  • Third pro-Russia activist found dead in Ukraine capital this week

    A journalist supportive of former Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich was gunned down in Kiev on Thursday, the third death this week of a prominent critic of Ukraine's Western-backed government. Russian media and other loyalists of Yanukovich, who was...
  • Rolling Stone didn't ask the tough questions in rape report

    Rolling Stone didn't ask the tough questions in rape report
    Columbia Journalism School's eviscerating report on Rolling Stone's now-discredited article about the alleged gang rape of an unnamed female student at the University of Virginia comes in the midst of an impassioned national debate about sexual assault on...
  • Rolling Stone's failure called 'systemic'; fraternity vows legal action

    Rolling Stone's failure called 'systemic'; fraternity vows legal action
    The University of Virginia student at the center of a discredited Rolling Stone rape article was not to blame when a “systemic” failure of journalism led the magazine to publish her unverified account of the alleged attack, those who...
  • Clay Aiken, Judith Miller visit Bill Maher

    Clay Aiken, Judith Miller visit Bill Maher
    There could be fireworks this week on "Real Time With Bill Maher." Journalist Judith Miller will be the top-of-show guest at 10 p.m. Friday on HBO. Miller is promoting a book, "The Story: A Reporter's Journey," in which the Pulitzer Prize winner...
  • Burb's Eye View: Volunteers help veteran get a home makeover

    Burb's Eye View: Volunteers help veteran get a home makeover
    He had lived in the house for more than 30 years, but now the pink paint was beginning to peel on Don Ray’s Verdugo Avenue home. The redwood deck, which he built with a homeless man he befriended in George Izay Park, was never stained. The planter...
  • Fighting in eastern Ukraine flares after winter lull

    Fighting in eastern Ukraine flares after winter lull
    Intense fighting flared in eastern Ukraine over the last three days, shattering a cease-fire that held for two months while winter snow dampened the year-old conflict and the early spring thaw mired the would-be combatants in vast expanses of mud. At...