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  • Live chat: I hate golf

    2007-08-20 12:59:43.0 Administrator: Hi there everyone. 2007-08-20 13:00:28.0 Administrator: We will be starting the chat in a couple of minutes. In the room with us are Paul Lieberman and David Dilworth so please send us your questions! 2007-08-20 13:...
  • In Sunday's pages: Jerry Weintraub, Anne Lamott and baseball

    Jerry Weintraub has been a music producer and a movie mogul, but mostly he's really good at being the guy behind the scenes. And he's pulling back the curtains in his new memoir, "When I Stop Talking." RJ Smith, who......
  • Seeking UFOs, deep underground

    Seeking UFOs, deep underground
    Harrington, Wash. "That door," he says with dramatic pause. "That door weighs 4,000 pounds. It's been reinforced to withstand a nuclear blast." Peter Davenport has a radio voice, the kind of exaggerated baritone that cuts through walls and most doors,...
  • He puts out mob hits

    He puts out mob hits
    IN Hollywood, if you want to make a movie about gangsters, the man to see is Nicholas Pileggi. After spending years covering crime as a journalist, Pileggi wrote "Wiseguy," a portrait of a young mobster's rise to prominence that he adapted into Martin...
  • Ex-Clinton mentor: Hillary not 'female' enough

    Ex-Clinton mentor: Hillary not 'female' enough
    Recently, as New York Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton campaigned in Eugene, her onetime friend and mentor Jean Houston was at home in her double geodesic dome, a style that is not out of place here in this town of theater lovers and spiritual seekers. "I...
  • NYC's 'Skinniest' House Could Fetch $2.7 Million

    NYC's 'Skinniest' House Could Fetch $2.7 Million
    Measuring only 9½ feet wide and 42 feet long and billed as the narrowest home in New York City, there's nothing trim about its asking price of $2.7 million. Located in Greenwich Village at 75½ Bedford St., the red brick structure was built in 1873,...
  • 'Imperfect Birds: A Novel' by Anne Lamott

    'Imperfect Birds: A Novel' by Anne Lamott
    Imperfect Birds A Novel Anne Lamott Riverhead Books: 274 pp., $25.95 From the very first line of the very first page, Anne Lamott defines what's at stake in her new novel, "Imperfect Birds": "There are so many evils that pull on our children. Even...