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Pulitzer Prize Awards

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  • Frank Gehry's Philly museum design takes on the "Rocky" steps

    Frank Gehry's Philly museum design takes on the "Rocky" steps
    Look at Frank Gehry's plan for the renovation and expansion of the Philadelphia Museum of Art and you'll see little of the Gehry we've all come to know. There are no billowing sheets of titanium, à la Guggenheim Bilbao or Walt Disney Concert Hall; no...
  • Editor's choice: 'Revolutionary Summer' by Joseph J. Ellis

    Editor's choice: 'Revolutionary Summer' by Joseph J. Ellis
    For "Revolutionary Summer: The Birth of American Independence," Pulitzer Prize and National Book Award winner Joseph J. Ellis time-travels to the summer of 1776, when the 13 colonies agreed to secede from the British Empire. From today's perspective,...
  • Fracking may be inducing earthquakes [Commentary]

    Fracking may be inducing earthquakes [Commentary]
    The perennial jokes about California being sloughed off into the Pacific when the next big earthquake strikes may soon give way to laugh lines about Oklahoma shaking, quaking and sinking into the earth. A place once known for rodeos, tornados and dust...
  • For Maya Sloan, ghostwriting Jenners' YA book just part of fiction fun

    NEW YORK — One day. That was all the time Maya Sloan allowed herself to Google reviews of the dystopian young adult novel she ghostwrote for Kendall and Kylie Jenner. Not surprisingly, Internet trolls had it out for the youngest sisters of the...
  • Jason Alexander returns to 'Broadway Bound' as director

    Jason Alexander returns to 'Broadway Bound' as director
    Before hitting it big with "Seinfeld," Jason Alexander was a working theater actor whose Broadway credits included a lead role in Neil Simon's "Broadway Bound." Alexander played Stanley, one of two brothers looking to break into the world of entertainment...
  • Ebert's documentary tribute captures 'Life Itself'

    There's a lovely sentiment that the late movie critic Roger Ebert expressed when describing what movies were to him and why this medium that he spent his life covering still mattered. "The movies are like a machine that generates empathy." A good film...
  • Thirty years

    I was, of course, on the copy desk that night.  We had closed the first edition of The Cincinnati Enquirer, and the phone rang. It was Kathleen, saying she was in labor and there were a couple of guys at the front door asking about the apartment...
  • Grammy-winning songwriter, country chart-topper, actor/singer headline State Theatre season

     
    Singer-songwriter Randy Newman, country singer Jo Dee Messina and actor/singer Danny Aiello, along with a cache of comedy and a long lineup of Broadway and stage performances highlight the 2014-15 season of The State Theatre in Easton, which was...
  • Alex Tizon sizes up his masculinity in memoir 'Big Little Man'

    Alex Tizon sizes up his masculinity in memoir 'Big Little Man'
    You have to wait until the eighth chapter of Alex Tizon's remarkable memoir, "Big Little Man: In Search of My Asian Self," for confirmation that his title is the reference you've been hoping it isn't and fearing it is. All of the book has been leading...
  • 'Dead Man's Cell Phone' well worth answering at Colonial Players

    'Dead Man's Cell Phone' well worth answering at Colonial Players
    It's doubtful anyone attending Colonial Players' 65th season closer would react with "been there, done that" to playwright Sarah Ruhl's "Dead Man's Cell Phone." Having enjoyed a bowl of lobster bisque in a cafe, a young woman answers the ringing...
  • Billy Idol and 'The Powerpuff Girls' return

    "WHAT MAKES a work literature, and who gets to decide?" That is the question posited in Evgenia Peretz's big Vanity Fair take-out (take down?) of Pulitzer Prize-winning author Donna Tartt and her remarkably successful, massive and controversial novel...