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  • Natalie Merchant performs 'Leave Your Sleep' tonight at Orpheum

     
    Natalie Merchant spent six years making “Leave Your Sleep,” a time frame more associated with writing a book than making an album. But it’s a fitting length of time for a two-disc set that adapts the poetry of e.e. cummings,......
  • Paul Coates and Matt Weinstock, Dec. 10, 1960

     
    Dec. 10, 1960: Matt Weinstock has the story of English instructor James Durbin, who read poems to USC’s English Club without disclosing the poets' names. The works were written by Jack Kerouac, Gregory Corso, Ezra Pound, e.e. cummings and a......
  • Gifts: On Valentine's Day have a little heart

     
    This one goes out to a guy after our own heart — and he’s got it now. Somehow the amorous little monogram has a lot more soul when it’s tucked in to be our little secret, rather than carried on......
  • The clarinet stories of jazz player Ben Goldberg

     
    Catching up with jazz clarinetist Ben Goldberg and his Go Home combo....
  • Book review: 'Tabloid City' by Pete Hamill

    Book review: 'Tabloid City' by Pete Hamill
    Tabloid City A Novel Pete Hamill Little, Brown: 278 pp., $26.99 There's murder and mayhem in Pete Hamill's latest novel, "Tabloid City," but the real victim in his book is the print journalism that Hamill knows and loves so well. This ticking time...
  • 'Tabloid City' by Pete Hamill

    'Tabloid City' by Pete Hamill
    There's murder and mayhem in Pete Hamill's latest novel, "Tabloid City," but the real victim in his book is the print journalism that Hamill knows and loves so well. This ticking time bomb of a novel is about the end of a form of daily storytelling in...
  • Intersections: Rings of heritage's tree trunk

    Aydin was an Iranian mountaineer who had climbed 572 steps to the top of the Cascade — a towering architectural feat in the heart of Yerevan that now houses the Cafesjian Center for the Arts — with his wife. On a South Caucasus road trip,...
  • Kid food critic has the world on a plate

    Kid food critic has the world on a plate
    Elijah Knauer bounds into S'ghetti Eddie's as if on a mission, taking in the pinball, the family-style booths and — oh man — the spot on the menu that mentions the thing that begins with an "ice" and ends with a "cream." "Oooooh, they have...
  • What's in a name

    A reporter inquires about the way we refer to U.S. Sen. Benjamin L. Cardin, because his staff says that he prefers to be known as plain old Ben Cardin. (He's running for re-election.) Can we do that? Sure. We're easy. We accommodated Jimmy Carter and...
  • And ... action! The Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival is back.

    And ... action! The Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival is back.
    A scene from Deadheads There's something oddly tropical about the crop of roughly 150 American independent, world and documentary films screening at the 26th annual Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival, opening this Friday and running through...
  • Planted in the San Joaquin

    Planted in the San Joaquin
    In October 2002, a trim, white-haired poet named Don Thompson sat down in a farmhouse in the San Joaquin Valley and wrote a poem called "Turning Sixty." In it, he compared his birthday to the climb of "a few degrees on the thermometer" that "add up to the...