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  • Michael Moss on 'Salt Sugar Fat'

    Michael Moss on 'Salt Sugar Fat'
    In his Pulitzer Prize-winning 2009 expose on pathogens in America's meat, New York Times investigative reporter Michael Moss described in chilling detail the dangers of bacteria in the American meat supply. But in the course of interviewing food experts...
  • Ted Kennedy Jr.'s Disarming Candor

    Not that it matters much to most politicians, but there's a fairly easy way to get on my good side, at least temporarily. I place a disproportionate weight on how they handle encounters with my son. So it came to pass on Father's Day on 2011 that The...
  • Mitch O'Connell's naked truth, illustrated

    Mitch O'Connell's naked truth, illustrated
    Mitch O'Connell's illustrations have been published everywhere from The New York Times to Juggs. Or at least that's the joke he makes somewhere toward the middle of “Mitch O'Connell, The World's Best Artist,” a new book that serves as a...
  • Md. death penalty died at hands of leftist zealots

    Md. death penalty died at hands of leftist zealots
    As expected, the Maryland General Assembly voted to abolish capital punishment ("Ending executions," March 19). Leftism is the most dynamic and vibrant religion in the West today. In all areas of life, from morals to education, economics and art, it is...
  • 'Spider-Man' legal battle with Julie Taymor gets new trial date

    The expected legal settlement between the producers of the Broadway musical "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" and director Julie Taymor has failed to materialize, leading a federal judge in New York to set a new trial date for the ongoing battle. Judge...
  • Book lovers, save the date for CityLit Festival

    Book lovers, save the date for CityLit Festival
    The lineup for the 10th annual CityLit Festival is set, so Baltimore-area book lovers should mark April 13 on calendars. The event, held at the central branch of the Enoch Pratt Free Library, offers a full day of author readings, panel discussions and...
  • Henry Bromell dies at 65; writer helped usher in literary TV drama

    Henry Bromell, a novelist and short-story writer who brought a literary quality to some of the most acclaimed dramatic TV series of the last two decades, including "Homeland," "Northern Exposure" and "Homicide: Life on the Street," died Monday at St....
  • Fusion power on the right

    Fusion power on the right
    "At CPAC, the Future Looks Libertarian," read a dispatch on Time magazine's website. "CPAC: Rand Paul's Big Moment," proclaimed The Week magazine. Meanwhile, The New York Times headlined its story about the annual conservative political action...
  • 'Breakfast at Tiffany's' on Broadway: What did the critics think?

    "Breakfast at Tiffany's," the beloved novella by Truman Capote, has hit Broadway with a rising star in the role of Holly Golightly -- HBO's "Game of Thrones" actress Emilia Carke. The new stage version, by playwright Richard Greenberg, opened this...
  • Jane Monheit swings into Museum of Art, Fort Lauderdale

    Jane Monheit swings into Museum of Art, Fort Lauderdale
    Jane Monheit knows firsthand the life-changing influence that music can have on a young life. As a schoolgirl growing up in the late 1980s on the south shore of Long Island, where the right jeans and the right sneakers were required, Monheit was all...
  • Across the Table: Kosher wine worth passing around

    How did Jeff Morgan morph from a nice Jewish boy from New York into a sax player and bandleader in sequined tuxedo, then into one of the leading wine journalists in the United States, and finally into a kosher wine maker in the Napa Valley? And one who...