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  • David Byrne on a bike, the genius of Poe and Rod Serling

    David Byrne on a bike, the genius of Poe and Rod Serling
    'Shadow and substance' What's the first thing you think about when you hear the words "The Twilight Zone"? Is it a man in a black suit with a cigarette? Or that cool, lawyerly voice: "Submitted, for your perusal: a Kanamit. Height: a little over 9 feet....
  • Paperback Writers: A view from the 'Heights'

    Paperback Writers: A view from the 'Heights'
    Emily Brontë died in 1848, aged 30, leaving only one published book and some poems. That book, of course, is "Wuthering Heights" (recently issued in new editions, by Penguin and HarperCollins), a novel so strange and powerful that it sinks into the...
  • Phantoms ready for Friday debut

    In the fall, Saturday afternoons belong to college football. Sundays are reserved for the NFL. Friday nights always have been for high schools. Which, naturally, is where the book "Friday Night Lights" got its name. That said, Phoebus has been stuck...
  • Charles Burchfield: A master of American Modernist watercolor

    Charles Burchfield: A master of American Modernist watercolor
    Arguably, watercolor was the most important medium sustained by American painters struggling with the new demands and untried possibilities of Modernism in the first half of the 20th century. Georgia O'Keeffe, John Marin, Charles Sheeler, Marsden...
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  • Freak or no freak, John C. Reilly is an actor with character

    Freak or no freak, John C. Reilly is an actor with character
    The sight, strolling into the Cirque du Freak: The Vampire's Assistant corner of Universal Studios' Halloween Horror Nights, was enough to give John C. Reilly a start. "It is SO weird walking into this place and seeing someone dressed as Crepsley, my...
  • Gallimaufry marks Bradbury's 90th

    Famed science-fiction writer Ray Bradbury will observe his 90th birthday next month, and Laguna's Gallimaufry Performing Arts is planning a huge celebration. The local company, which turned Bradbury's "2116" into a musical last year, will be holding a...
  • Summer reading: 60 titles for 92 days

    Summer reading: 60 titles for 92 days
    JUNE Adventures of a Cat-Whiskered Girl Daniel Pinkwater Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Pinkwater brings a magical realist perspective to YA fiction in the third volume of the series that begins with "The Yggyssey" and "The Neddiad." The Clock Without a...
  • In the 'Twilight' of their lives

    Before his inauguration, President Obama told US Weekly that he and daughter Malia bonded over "Harry Potter" and were ready to delve into "Twilight." "I don't know if they ever finished them. He got kind of busy after that," said Jessica Groper, a...
  • Will Drew Barrymore Direct 'Eclipse'?

    Will one of "Charlie's Angels" be pushing around a human and her vampire love? The Los Angeles Times' Elizabeth Snead reports today that Drew Barrymore has been tapped to direct "Eclipse," the third movie in the "Twilight" series. Chris Weitz, who was...
  • Soldier's love of books touched others

    Army Spec. Armando A. De La Paz Jr. and Wally Longshore, a retired campaign publicist, never knew each other. It's likely that Longshore, 81, never would have known De La Paz's name if the young man had not lost his life to injuries suffered in a vehicle...