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Ray Bradbury

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  • All roads lead to 'Winesburg, Ohio'

    All roads lead to 'Winesburg, Ohio'
    There's not much to see on the northeast corner of Wabash and Superior in downtown Chicago these days. Just a fenced-in private parking lot threatening, UNAUTHORIZED VEHICLES WILL BE TOWED. But that sign should be replaced with a plaque, because 100 years...
  • Exclusive: Farel Dalrymple’s ‘The Wrenchies’ cover revealed

     
    Imagine a world in which children brutally slay demons in order to survive, knowing that when they grow up, they'll […]...
  • Film fest weds new tech, kids classics

    Film fest weds new tech, kids classics
    It is not hard to know what American publisher, bookseller and editor Frederic Melcher had in mind when he proposed the creation of an annual award for the year's best children's book: "To encourage original creative work in the field of books for...
  • Stanley Kauffmann dies at 97; longtime film critic

    Film critic Stanley Kauffmann, who in the 20th century helped define movie reviews as an intellectual form, died of pneumonia Wednesday at St. Luke's Hospital in New York. He was 97. His death was announced by the New Republic, the politics and...
  • L.A.'s new coroner to the people

    L.A.'s new coroner to the people
    Mark Fajardo's first weeks in the very public job of Los Angeles County coroner coincided with the deaths of two TV actors — one from "That '70s Show" and another from "Rizzoli & Isles" — and the toxicology report from the car-crash death of...
  • Glendale shop awash in famous fans

    Ray Bradbury’s famed 1953 novel “Fahrenheit 451,” which tells of a dystopian future where books are banned, serves as a warning for many of the evils of censorship as well as the perils of overreliance on technology. Perhaps that’...
  • ‘Locke & Key: Alpha 2′: Gabriel Rodriguez reflects on series’ end

     
    The Lockes are struggling to cope with all the horrors they've faced, and as their haunting, heartbreaking story reaches its […]...
  • NASA orbiter spies Curiosity exploring Mars

    NASA orbiter spies Curiosity exploring Mars
    A NASA Mars orbiter is keeping tabs on the Curiosity rover. In June, a camera on the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter snapped a photo of the Red Planet from above. If you look closely, the 1-ton rover appears as a tiny dot in the lower right corner of the...
  • Guillermo del Toro opens his ‘Cabinet of Curiosities’ with new book

     
    Over the last two decades, filmmaker Guillermo del Toro has become known as one of popular culture’s great visionaries. He’s […]...
  • Polarizing Poet, Playwright Amiri Baraka, Founder of Black Arts Movement, Dies at 79

    Amiri Baraka, the militant man of letters and tireless agitator whose blues-based, fist-shaking poems, plays and criticism made him a provocative and groundbreaking force in American culture, died Thursday at Newark Beth Israel Medical Center in Newark,...
  • Laura Ingalls Wilder's classic 'Little House' series still resonates years later

    Laura Ingalls Wilder's classic 'Little House' series still resonates years later
    In 1976, when I was in the fourth grade and had discovered the joys of reading books, my mother shared with me her own childhood literary passion. One afternoon, in a sun-dappled room in our old Victorian home, she told me that when she was my age, she...