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Pulitzer Prize Awards

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  • Steven Millhauser to appear at W&M on Thursday

    Steven Millhauser to appear at W&M on Thursday
    Steven Millhauser, whose novel “Martin Dressler: The Tale of an American Dreamer” won the 1997 Pulitzer Prize for fiction, will appear at The College of William and Mary, 7 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 2. In this third installment of the Patrick...
  • Broadway Review: 'You Can't Take It With You' with Rose Byrne, James Earl Jones

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - "You Can't Take It With You" declares itself in a stage direction: "This is a house where you do as you like, and no questions asked." That license to live the carefree life of children at play, extended by this 1936 comedy...
  • Secret Service's encroachment on public spaces

    Secret Service's encroachment on public spaces
    Under no circumstances should the Secret Service be allowed to encroach further on the public space of Washington. Ill-considered, unnecessary and undemocratic security measures already have stolen from the American people the West Terrace of the...
  • J. California Cooper dies at 82; a voice for struggles of black women

    J. California Cooper, who illuminated the struggles of black women in novels and short stories prized for their folksy wisdom and original voices, including those of an unborn child and a dead slave, died Sept. 20 in Seattle. She was 82. The cause was...
  • Theater: Real-life couple anchor Pennsylvania Playhouse's 'I Love You'

    Theater: Real-life couple anchor Pennsylvania Playhouse's 'I Love You'
    It's fitting that a couple who have been in love with each other, as well as the theater, for decades anchors the Pennsylvania Playhouse production of "I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change!" opening Friday. The show also marks the return to the...
  • Classical: Princeton Singers celebrate 30 years during Zoellner concert

    Classical: Princeton Singers celebrate 30 years during Zoellner concert
    When the Princeton Singers was founded in 1983 by John Bertalot, then choir-master organist at Trinity Church in Princeton, N.J., the small group of devoted singers could only dream that 30 years later they would earn a reputation as one of the nation's...
  • 'Gone With the Wind' quiz

    It happened a long time ago, but there are still plenty of trivia buffs who relish knowing all the details about the filming of "Gone With the Wind," which was released in 1939. Are you one of them? 1. Which of "Gone With the Wind's" three directors...
  • 'Gone With the Wind' appreciation on its 75th anniversary

    It's one of the sweeter moments in "Gone With the Wind," which is briefly returning to the big screen next week to mark its 75th anniversary. Scarlett O'Hara and Rhett Butler on their honeymoon are locked in a passionate kiss, an image captured forever in...
  • Review: 'Rebel Yell' by S.C. Gwynne

    Review: 'Rebel Yell' by S.C. Gwynne
    The day after Confederate Gen. Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson's victory at Cedar Mountain, he stepped out of his tent and saw a Union prisoner of war trying to pluck hairs from the general's horse, Little Sorrel. "My friend," Jackson asked his enemy, "why...
  • Cartoon essay should win a Pulitzer

    Scott Stantis’ cartoon essay may be one of the best things that has ever appeared in the Chicago Tribune in its entire history. Kudos for using an entire page to publish it, rather than squeezing it into a smaller space. When are the Pulitzer Prizes...
  • A Pulitzer for Scott Stanis

    Scott Stantis's Sept. 24 cartoon essay about child abuse was profoundly moving. If he doesn't win a Pulitzer Prize for this piece, the prize should not be awarded. -- Dan Stanzel, Chicago