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Pulitzer Prize Awards

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  • Roger Ebert doc 'Life Itself' deserves a thumbs up

    Roger Ebert doc 'Life Itself' deserves a thumbs up
    Critics review films, sometimes they even appear in films, but films are not made about them. Roger Ebert, however, did things his own way, and "Life Itself," a fine and moving new documentary that tells his story, shows us how and why he stood out....
  • Martin Schram: Bush and Obama: America's immigration Dream Team?

    Clackety-clack, track after track, the train powers through the night toward the border crossing that will mark its entry into the United States. A young boy, a stowaway, is among those jammed on board. He's the one we'll be following here. The news...
  • Paul Greenberg: The office

    The scene would be familiar to those of us of a certain age: a gray sea of metal desks at which clerks sit from 9 to 5 clacking away at typewriters or old-fashioned adding machines, making carbon copies (remember them?) of letters or records that no one...
  • Ewan McGregor to star in film of Philip Roth's 'American Pastoral'

    Ewan McGregor to star in film of Philip Roth's 'American Pastoral'
    A film version of Philip Roth's 1997 "American Pastoral" has been in the works for ages -- since about the time it won the Pulitzer Prize. But it's getting close.  It's got a director, a script, and a star: Ewan McGregor. McGregor will play the novel's ...
  • 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...
  • Theater: Shakespeare Fest stages 'Macbeth' and 'Tenor' in repertory

    For the fourth season in a row, audiences at the Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival might be thinking they're seeing double as it produces two plays in repertory on its main stage: "Macbeth" and "Lend Me a Tenor." In repertory or "rep," the fest at...
  • '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...
  • Poet's Former Hartford Home Could Become Museum

     Poet's Former Hartford Home Could Become Museum
    Their love for the poetry of Wallace Stevens means so much to a small group of investors that they have signed a purchase agreement for Stevens' Hartford home with the idea of turning the West End property into a modest museum. Alison Johnson, author of...
  • Review: 'The Selected Letters of Elia Kazan' edited by Albert J. Devlin with Marlene J. Devlin

     Review: 'The Selected Letters of Elia Kazan' edited by Albert J. Devlin with Marlene J. Devlin
    A member of the legendary Group Theater, co-founder of the Actors Studio, director of four Pulitzer Prize-winning plays (including "A Streetcar Named Desire" and "Death of a Salesman") and such classic films as "On the Waterfront" and "East of Eden," Elia...
  • Review: 'Kidding Ourselves' by Joseph T. Hallinan

    Review: 'Kidding Ourselves' by Joseph T. Hallinan
    "Scientia potentia est," wrote Thomas Hobbes. "Knowledge is power." Turns out, it's not that powerful if you're aiming for success, health or happiness. In "Kidding Ourselves: The Hidden Power of Self-Deception," Joseph T. Hallinan, Pulitzer Prize-...
  • (Book)ing your summer vacation

    (Book)ing your summer vacation
    Summer lends itself to reading and vacations, so why not combine the two into a literary trip? The homes and studies where many great writers toiled over their prose have been preserved. See original manuscripts, often in the author's own handwriting....