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  • 11 gossipy things Andy Warhol said about the writers of the 1970s

    11 gossipy things Andy Warhol said about the writers of the 1970s
    Artist Andy Warhol was an enigmatic figure, so when his diaries were published after his death they caused a sensation. Sometimes gossipy, other times insightful, and often mundane (he constantly notes the cost of taxi rides), they showed that the man who was at the center of the social and art worlds in New York was keenly observant through it all.
  • Old notebooks and new information from 'In Cold Blood' murders will lead to book

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. The Kansas court case grabbing headlines this week started with two tattered notebooks, small and spiral, belonging to a state detective who looked into the 1959 killings at the Clutter home outside Garden City. Gary McAvoy, an online...

    'Foxcatcher' director Bennett Miller examines real life

    In three intense dramas, Bennett Miller has examined real life with pinpoint accuracy. In 2005 he made "Capote," examining the moral costs of Truman Capote's bestselling factual novel "In Cold Blood" in ways darker than the original classic. The film...

    Judge frees original 'In Cold Blood' files for publication

    The 1959 murder of the Clutter family in Holcomb, Kansas, brutal and mysterious, was made famous by author Truman Capote. With unfettered access to the investigators and confessed killers, and working at the top of his craft, Capote told the story of...

    A visit to the Helen Keller museum provides a reflection of Alabama's culture

    In 1902 Helen Keller wrote in her autobiography "The Story of My Life": "... during the first nineteen months of my life I had caught glimpses of broad, green fields, a luminous sky, trees and flowers which the darkness that followed could not wholly...