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  • The Playful Spirit Behind 'Peter And The Starcatcher'

    The Playful Spirit Behind  'Peter And The Starcatcher'
    The kid spirit in putting together "Peter and the Starcatcher" was not unlike the gang of Lost Boys that are featured in this playful prequel to "Peter Pan." The process, which started seven years ago with casual discussions, eventually turned into a...
  • Go Away With ... Tahereh Mafi

    Go Away With ... Tahereh Mafi
    Born and raised in Connecticut, Tahereh Mafi is the best-selling author of the "Shatter Me" series. Her latest novel -- "Ignite Me" (Harper, $17.99) -- is the final installment of the popular young adult fiction trilogy. An avid traveler, the 26-year-...
  • NFL prospect's announcement has some gay athletes of earlier days marveling at widespread support

    As a Maryland football player, Akil Patterson felt pangs of disappointment every time he typed the words "gay athlete" into an online search engine, hoping against hope to find someone else like him. Patterson reflected Monday on how different the...
  • Michael Sam could rise to game-changer in NFL

    Michael Sam could rise to game-changer in NFL
    Michael Sam is gay. I wish this wasn't news. Don't we all need someone to love? Does it matter if they are white, brown, black, purple, straight or gay? Sam, a former Missouri star defensive end, is about to embark on a journey with a historic...
  • Snowden makes NSA look bad

    Snowden makes NSA look bad
    Eight months after Edward Snowden leaked secrets about the National Security Agency's mass surveillance, The New York Times reports that intelligence officials "have determined that he used inexpensive and widely available software to 'scrape' the...
  • The Biblioracle: No love lost for romance

    The Biblioracle: No love lost for romance
    Every so often, I'm reminded that the books I spend most of my time reading, and thinking and writing about, aren't the ones actually being read by, you know, most people. Ron Charles, book critic for the Washington Post, alerted me to the latest bit of...
  • Review: 'Hollow City' by Ransom Riggs

    Review: 'Hollow City' by Ransom Riggs
    Every picture tells a story. Put a bunch of pictures together, and their stories can fuel an entire novel. Or that's how Ransom Riggs worked it in "Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children," his runaway best-seller from 2011, which still occupies a...
  • 'Non-Stop' reviews: Liam Neeson saves the day, if not the movie

    Liam Neeson continues his second act as an action hero of a certain age in the new thriller "Non-Stop," playing an air marshal trying to sniff out a killer at 30,000 feet. While many critics agree that Neeson is a capable butt-kicker who also brings a...
  • NFL's first openly gay player? Missouri draft prospect comes out

    Three months before the NFL draft, star Missouri football player Michael Sam has publicly come out as gay, raising the possibility that the league may soon have its first openly gay player. In interviews published Sunday, Sam -- the 2013 SEC defensive...
  • Academy Awards 2014: Best picture race is an Oscar tale of suspense

    Academy Awards 2014: Best picture race is an Oscar tale of suspense
    The last time Oscar voters surprised with a best picture winner came eight years ago when Jack Nicholson opened the evening's final envelope, arched those famous eyebrows and announced "Crash." He then mouthed the word "Whoa!" Most years, Hollywood...
  • Michael Sam is gay -- let's move along

    Michael Sam is gay. I wish this wasn’t news. Don’t we all need someone to love? Does it matter if they are white, brown, black, purple, straight or gay? The fact that Sam, a former Missouri star defensive end, could become the first...