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Pulitzer Prize Awards

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  • L.A. to host the ambitious Latino theater festival Encuentro

     L.A. to host the ambitious Latino theater festival Encuentro
    Plays about drug cartel killings and the vanishing of factory workers south of the border may not be the kind of thing you can see every day. To organizers of a unique theater festival in downtown Los Angeles, that's just the point. The Encuentro...
  • 'Forever,' a harrowing memoir with no Hollywood ending

    'Forever,' a harrowing memoir with no Hollywood ending
    One of the few laugh lines in Dael Orlandersmith’s harrowing new solo show, “Forever,” in its world premiere at the Kirk Douglas Theatre, comes in an exchange she describes with an attendant at the morgue after her mother’s death....
  • 'Intimate Apparel' Gem Of Westport Playhouse Season

    'Intimate Apparel' Gem Of Westport Playhouse Season
    "Intimate Apparel'' is the title of the last play in the Westport Country Playhouse's 2014 season. It's also the star. There are six people in the play, but what they're wearing and how they wear it is as important as any words that come out of their...
  • Biden can not resist speaking the truth [Commentary]

    Biden can not resist speaking the truth [Commentary]
    Most of the pundit class sees Vice-President Joe Biden as the king of gaffes. The man commits verbal faux pas with regularity, much to the chagrin of White House spinmeisters desperate to deliver a unified message. Like a bad Catholic in a confessional,...
  • Kristof at NU: Students should broaden horizons

    Kristof at NU: Students should broaden horizons
    Students packed a Northwestern University auditorium Monday night to hear Nicholas Kristof encourage them to be somewhere else. "A crucial part of education is to get out of the classroom and into an environment that's really different," said the...
  • Alper JCC presents book festival

    Alper JCC presents book festival
    The Alper Jewish Community Center in Miami will bring more than a dozen acclaimed authors to the community with a purpose to share the power of words that initiate conversations, inspire change or entertain audiences with their stories. This takes place...
  • Is the Secret Service just bored?

    Is the Secret Service just bored?
    Secret Service agents should go to the movies more often. At least since the 1996 sci-fi film, "Independence Day," in which an alien spaceship the size of Los Angeles incinerates the White House, attacks on the lovely old executive mansion have been a...
  • Playhouse's 'Angels In America' Impressive

    Playhouse's 'Angels In America' Impressive
    The show: Tony Kushner's "Angels in America, Part 1: Millennium Approaches" at Playhouse on Park in West Hartford. What makes it special?: An ambitious production for small theater company and the first Equity production of the play in many years in the...
  • Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Carolyn Kizer is dead at 89

    Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Carolyn Kizer is dead at 89
    Carolyn Kizer, who won the Pulitzer Prize in poetry for her 1985 collection "Yin" and served as the first literature director of the National Endowment for the Arts as well as founding editor of Poetry Northwest, died Thursday in Sonoma, Calif., at 89...
  • Teddy Greenstein's Big Ten football picks

    Teddy Greenstein's Big Ten football picks
    A lot of tough games this week, and I'd love some help. Katy Perry, you killed it on ESPN's "GameDay" last week. Can you lend a hand? Michigan State (minus 21) at Purdue: The Boilermakers feasted against Illinois' tackling-is-optional defense. Now it'...
  • Mort Kunstler, premier historical artist, exhibits 50 works in Allentown

    To fans, he is known as "the premier historical artist in America." But even if you don't recognize his name, you have probably seen and appreciated his colorful, highly detailed and historically accurate works of art. From the Revolutionary War to...