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Pulitzer Prize Awards

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  • L.A. theater openings, Oct. 26-Nov. 2: 'Ragtime' and more

    L.A. theater openings, Oct. 26-Nov. 2: 'Ragtime' and more
    3D Theatricals' staging of "Ragtime" marches on to Redondo Beach Performing Arts Center, Coeurage Theatre Company sinks its teeth into Trey Parker’s "Cannibal! The Musical," and the Encuentro Festival rolls on at LATC. Todd Ellison: Broadway&...
  • OCT 22 | Printers Row: Clarence Page at Union League Club

    OCT 22 | Printers Row: Clarence Page at Union League Club
    Pulitzer Prize-winner Clarence Page of the Chicago Tribune is one of the most nationally recognized and highly regarded syndicated columnists in the country. His newest book, “Culture Worrier, Selected Columns 1984 – 2014, Reflections on Race,...
  • Marja Mills addresses Harper Lee controversy at literary event

    Marja Mills addresses Harper Lee controversy at literary event
    Less than a week after the publication of Marja Mills' memoir, “The Mockingbird Next Door,” her story of befriending the famously reclusive 88-year-old author Harper Lee, the book remains embroiled in controversy. On July 14, the day...
  • Rich material isn't quite realized in 'Enrique's Journey'

    Rich material isn't quite realized in  'Enrique's Journey'
    The Los Angeles Theatre Center is buzzing with “Encuentro 2014,” a month-long national theater festival organized by the Latino Theater Company, with a repertory of more than 15 productions from across the country. Among them is “...
  • Will we be 'Bewitched' again?

    "Originality is undetected plagiarism." -- William Inge OH, PLEASE -- wasn't the feature film "Bewitched" enough bad news for fans of the old TV series, which starred Elizabeth Montgomery? (Nicole Kidman looked lost and her co-stars, Will Ferrell and...
  • The sound and fury of 'The Exorcist'

    The sound and fury of 'The Exorcist'
     "The Exorcist" (director's cut) will be at the Naro Expanded Cinema in Norfolk for a special screening at 9:15 p.m. Friday. Here is a piece I wrote about "The Exorcist" as part of a collection of movie essays:  “The Exorcist” (1973) is...
  • Broadway's 'Disgraced' Opens: Itch-Scratching and Mini Reunions

    Playwright Ayad Akhtar has seen his Pulitzer Prize winning play "Disgraced" open in productions around the country and around the world. But the show's opening on Broadway Oct. 23 was still a bigger deal. Literally bigger. "We'd never done it for me than...
  • Jules Witcover: Ben Bradlee, Washington Post's great steward, was unlike any other

    The death at age 93 of The Washington Post's incomparable editor Ben Bradlee is both a journalistic and personal loss to all of us who had the opportunity to work for and under his driving and joyous leadership of one of America's truly great newspapers....
  • With 'Olive Kitteridge,' HBO does what PBS should be doing

    With 'Olive Kitteridge,' HBO does what PBS should be doing
    HBO's "Olive Kitteridge" opens with an older woman walking into the woods on a fall day. She is carrying a blanket, radio, envelope, revolver and one bullet. She spreads the blanket on the ground, turns the radio to a classical station and places it...
  • Norwich Man Found Guilty In Murder Of Energy Scientist

    Norwich Man Found Guilty In Murder Of Energy Scientist
    NEW LONDON — A Superior Court jury Friday found Mozzelle Brown guilty of murder and conspiracy to commit murder in the May 2004 killing of prominent energy scientist Eugene Mallove. Jurors reached their verdict Friday afternoon after...
  • A scandal at North Carolina lands on NCAA's doorstep

    A scandal at North Carolina lands on NCAA's doorstep
    Somewhere, up there, Jan Gangelhoff is smiling. She didn't need to be validated, but she has been. Name not familiar? We will help you. In March 1999, a bright young sportswriter named George Dohrmann wrote a story in the St. Paul Pioneer Press that...