RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Literature

A collection of news and information related to Literature published by this site and its partners.

Top Literature Articles

Displaying items 23-33
  • WATCH: First Trailer for Jason Reitman's 'Men, Women & Children'

    Paramount has released the first trailer for Jason Reitman's drama-comedy "Men, Women & Children" ahead of its premiere at the Toronto Intl. Film Festival next month. The film stars Adam Sandler, Rosemarie DeWitt, Emma Thompson, Jennifer Garner,...
  • The greatness of 'The Leftovers' is in the great unknown

    The greatness of 'The Leftovers' is in the great unknown
    It occurred to me the other day that I have spent an inordinate amount of my summer watching, thinking and reading about people who vanished without warning and people who returned without warning, the latter long after being presumed dead. There's HBO'...
  • Orlando Museum of Art 2014-15 season

     Orlando Museum of Art 2014-15 season
    The Orlando Museum of Art continues celebrating its 90 years by looking forward and back. A substantial new collection and contemporary-art shows have an eye on the future, while a special exhibit pays tribute to the museum's Acquisition Trust. Favorite...
  • The Riff Report: New music this week

    Jessica Hernandez and the Deltas "Secret Evil" When "Secret Evil" wraps, it leaves a large shadow behind. That weird melancholia you get after returning from a vacation is conjured, the desire to instantly return to that intoxicating locale. Thankfully,...
  • ‘The Strain': Vampire hunter David Bradley revels in action hero role

     
    It's in the vein of old-style vampire hunters that David Bradley operates on “The Strain,” FX's hit series that sees […]...
  • 'Ninja Turtles' tops 'Expendables 3,' 'Let's Be Cops' at box office

    'Ninja Turtles' tops 'Expendables 3,' 'Let's Be Cops' at box office
    “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” ruled the box office for the second week and “Guardians of the Galaxy” was runner-up in its third week, leaving three very different new films — “Let’s Be Cops,” “The...
  • Students scramble to complete summer homework

    Students scramble to complete summer homework
    A week before school started, Lauren Duffy had yet to tackle her summer homework. Still to do: solve 100 problems for calculus class, answer a packet of art-history questions and read "Madame Bovary," the 500-page French classic. "I haven't started...
  • Teaching about STDs through comic books

    Teaching about STDs through comic books
    When eight high school students are commissioned to make a graphic novel about sexual health, don't be surprised if the result includes pet dragons, a troll with genital warts and a guy named Funk Master Flexin'. These comedic touches appear in a booklet...
  • Winning essays take 2 South L.A. students to Dickens conference

    Winning essays take 2 South L.A. students to Dickens conference
    Amid Victorian high tea and lengthy talks about literature, two young women from South Los Angeles recently found themselves at the center of the universe — the Dickens Universe. Scholars of Charles Dickens and enthusiasts from the public recently...
  • Top 3 books from Moravian Bookshop: Paperback nonfiction

    TREES UP CLOSE: THE BEAUTY OF BARK, LEAVES, FLOWERS, AND SEEDS By Nancy Ross Hugo (Timber Press, $15) This book offers an intimate, revealing look at the beauty of leaves, flowers, cones, fruits, seeds, buds, bark and twigs of most common trees....
  • German emigres' effect on U.S. cinema saluted

     German emigres' effect on U.S. cinema saluted
    The United States was a relatively provincial country in the 1930s, and the films coming out of Hollywood reflected this lack of sophistication, even though it was the glamorous center of the movie production world. But the intellectual atmosphere began...