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Pulitzer Prize Awards

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  • Another look at Tidewater native William Styron

    Another look at Tidewater native William Styron
    Many people recognize the name of Pulitzer Prize winner William Styron as the author of "Confessions of Nat Turner" and "Sophie's Choice." But they might not know that Styron was born in Newport News, educated on the Middle Peninsula and contributed to...
  • Hackers have no right to steal private images of celebrities [Commentary]

    Hackers have no right to steal private images of celebrities [Commentary]
    With my job as a cartoonist and columnist for one the nation's biggest newspapers comes a modicum of minor celebrity, but I can't imagine a big market for naked pictures of myself. This is not the case for true celebrities, such as Jennifer Lawrence, Kate...
  • From Adasiewicz to Zenon, a bounty of music

    From Adasiewicz to Zenon, a bounty of music
    Following are some of the most anticipated jazz recordings of the season: Jason Adasiewicz's Sun Rooms, "From the Region" (released): The brilliant vibraphonist partners with bassist Ingebrigt Haker Flaten and drummer Mike Reed. Tom Harrell, "TRIP"...
  • New venture El Jefe aims to bring novelists to TV

    New venture El Jefe aims to bring novelists to TV
    Even before FSG Originals had gotten Brian McGreevy's debut novel "Hemlock Grove" on shelves, it was announced that it was coming as a Netflix series. McGreevy didn't just sell the option; he's a producer on the show, along with his friend Lee Shipman....
  • 50 years later, Walter Mondale stands by his deal

    MINNEAPOLIS Walter Mondale feels as convinced today that he was right as he did 50 years ago when he brokered a deal to resolve one of the most explosive issues in the history of the national Democratic Party. It allowed for the seating of an all-white,...
  • Celeb phone-hacking case: Hollywood's bare-naked ladies, but where are the men?!

    "ART CAN never exist without naked beauty being displayed," said William Blake. IN commenting on all that occurred over the long Labor Day holiday, I forgot to mention the nude photo hacking scandal. What to say, except don't put your privates in the...
  • On Theater: 'Proof' of a remarkable actress

    On Theater: 'Proof' of a remarkable actress
    Mathematicians have a language all their own, and we "normal" people often assume they're visiting from another planet. But they function viscerally and emotionally as well, as David Auburn demonstrated in his Pulitzer Prize-winning play "Proof." This...
  • Alice Short - Assistant Managing Editor, Features

    Alice Short - Assistant Managing Editor, Features
    As assistant managing editor for features, Alice Short oversees Health, Food, Home, Travel and Fashion content for the Los Angeles Times.  She has worked at the paper for more than 20 years and has edited a number of Times publications, including the Life...
  • Sun shines on Hollywood Bowl guest conductor Ludovic Morlot

     Sun shines on Hollywood Bowl guest conductor Ludovic Morlot
    In his three seasons as music director of the Seattle Symphony, Ludovic Morlot, the feisty young French conductor who is this week's Los Angeles Philharmonic guest conductor at the Hollywood Bowl, has done a savvy job in changing his orchestra's image....
  • Fall promises bounty of great new books

    Fall promises bounty of great new books
    Writing a fall books preview on a limited word budget is a futile exercise. So many great titles hit the shelves in the peak publishing season that kicks off in September and runs through the end of the year, that even as we highlight quite a few, we...
  • Charles Bowden dies at 69; writer chronicled border drug violence

    Charles Bowden, a chronicler of the Southwest who started as a nature writer but became known for his gritty yet lyrical nonfiction narratives of drug violence and hopelessness on the U.S.-Mexico border, has died. He was 69. Bowden, who had been...