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Pulitzer Prize Awards

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  • Los Angeles Times Originals Video Series Now Available on Hulu

      New Entertainment, Food & Travel, Sports and Documentaries Playlists The Los Angeles Times today announced the launch of its Los Angeles Times Originals’ short-form video series on Hulu. This is the first streaming series to be released...
  • 'The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay' is this year's One Book, One Chicago

    'The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay' is this year's One Book, One Chicago
    "The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay" (Picador 2000), the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by Michael Chabon, is this year's selection for One Book, One Chicago, the Chicago Public Library announced Friday. The story is about Joe Kavalier and Sammy...
  • Despite warnings, more Western tourists are traveling to North Korea

    It's the kind of publicity that would seemingly scare off sightseers: A trio of U.S. citizens detained in North Korea pleading for help last week in brief, rarely granted media interviews. Yet even as the ordeal for the men, who had gone to the...
  • Fall Author Talks Include Doris Kearns Goodwin, Karl Rove

    Fall Author Talks Include Doris Kearns Goodwin, Karl Rove
    Events featuring authors of books about witches and vampires, suspense and mystery and politics, religion and history, as well as books for young readers, are among those coming our way this fall. Here are highlights of literary events scheduled from...
  • The Week Ahead

    The Week Ahead
    It's another busy week coming up for Hampton Roads readers! UPDATED/CORRECTED Sept. 17 Tonight's lecture on tattooing and author talk about "The Collection" by Pops and Kathy Maguire will take place at the Mariners' Museum main lobby, 100 Museum Drive,...
  • Efrem Zimbalist Jr. New Hartford Estate On The Market

    Efrem Zimbalist Jr. New Hartford Estate On The Market
    The New Hartford estate of the late actor Efrem Zimbalist Jr., who gained fame as the star of television crime dramas beginning in the late 1950s, is on the market for $895,000. The estate, known as "The Rafters," was the summer home of Zimbalist's...
  • Wallace Stevens Hartford Home To Be Used As Residence By New Owners

    Wallace Stevens Hartford Home To Be Used As Residence By New Owners
    The former Hartford home of acclaimed poet Wallace Stevens has been sold, and its new owners plan to use the house as a private residence. The 1920s Colonial-style home at 118 Westerly Terrace has been purchased for $430,000 by Se-Jin Lee and Emily L....
  • THEATER

    THEATER
    "God of Vengeance": Donald Margulies' play kicks off the 10th edition of Ghost Light Series, two weeks of classic and contemporary play readings created by Conundrum Stages president Kevin Johnson that will begin Tuesday at Fort Lauderdale's Empire...
  • 50 shows for fall: The game's just beginning

    50 shows for fall: The game's just beginning
    Cooler temperatures and changing leaves might cue the chants of “wait until next year” for Chicago baseball fans, but for theater lovers it's a whole new ballgame. Below are just a few promising names on this fall's roster of shows. HEAVY...
  • Fall books preview: A busy literary season ahead

    Fall books preview: A busy literary season ahead
    If there's a consolation for the end of summer, it's that fall brings an array of books and book events. Below are eight that no dedicated reader should overlook: the high points of a busy season in literature. Sept. 17 The Heyday of Malcolm Margolin:...
  • Complain as they do, rural Republicans control House [Commentary]

    Complain as they do, rural Republicans control House [Commentary]
    Folks in the hinterlands who complain that they want their country back should stop whining. They have a lock on the House of Representatives and a good shot at owning the Senate, too. Meanwhile, the majority of Americans who live in cities and suburbs...