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  • Free expression will survive latest assault

    Free expression  will survive  latest assault
    They are the freedoms that truly separate the Western world from the radicals who would do us harm. Freedom of the press. Freedom of religion. Freedom of speech, including the right to poke fun at political, cultural and yes, religious leaders, too....
  • Pennsylvania Farm Show is always full of smiles and surprises

    Pennsylvania Farm Show is always full of smiles and surprises
    The guy in the groundhog head top hat should have given me a clue. There I was, wandering past the Pennsylvania Cable Network table on the main floor of the state Farm Show Tuesday, when I spotted this towering dude, followed by a couple of other older...
  • Patriots Discussion: Conservative Rush And A Big Bag Of Wind

    Patriots Discussion: Conservative Rush And A Big Bag Of Wind
    FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — There have been two pressing questions in the hours and days leading to the AFC Championship Game. 1. How many times will the Patriots run the ball against the Colts? 2. Who will be the first to open his mouth and erase any...
  • Parisians flock to newsstands to buy new Charlie Hebdo issue

    People made reservations days in advance and lined up before dawn, and still scores were turned away as they attempted to buy the latest issue of Charlie Hebdo on Wednesday, a week after Islamist extremists launched a deadly assault on the satirical...
  • Al Martinez dies at 85; Times columnist chronicled Southern California life

    Al Martinez dies at 85; Times columnist chronicled Southern California life
    "It's the people I've written about who march through my memory like an army of shadows," Al Martinez wrote in 2009 in his final column for the Los Angeles Times. "They all mattered to me, the clowns and the victims, those who gave and those who took...."...
  • Talking with J. Robert Lennon about Okey-Panky

    Talking with J. Robert Lennon about Okey-Panky
    It’s a terrific idea: An online literary magazine, posting a short piece every Monday, like a bracer before you start your week. That’s the intent of Okey-Panky, which launched this week under the auspices of Electric Literature. Okey-Panky...
  • Active Periodicals fined for telemarketing violations

    Active Periodicals fined for telemarketing violations
    A Deerfield Beach company has been fined $25,000 for not registering as a telemarketer and violating Mississippi's Do Not Call list. The Mississippi Public Service Commission voted to fine Active Periodicals for five counts of telemarketing violations...
  • Scott Maxwell vs. Buddy Dyer: Battle at Otronicon

    Scott Maxwell vs. Buddy Dyer: Battle at Otronicon
    Dear Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer, Scott Maxwell is going to destroy you at this year's Video Game Showdown at Otronicon. I know this because for a glorious 45-minutes, I watched our very own Orlando Sentinel columnist bust out dance moves that even Usher...
  • Charlie Hebdo explains its next cover: Muhammad with 'I am Charlie' sign

    The cover of Charlie Hebdo’s next issue, due out Wednesday, will have a cartoon of the prophet Muhammad crying and holding an “I am Charlie” sign under the headline “All is forgiven.” The image was published online Monday...
  • 'Je suis Charlie' and the people who are not Charlie

    '<i>Je suis Charlie</i>' and the people who are <i>not</i> Charlie
    On the streets of Paris and at the red carpet at the Golden Globes, and across the electronic boulevards of social media that crisscross the world, the words "Je suis Charlie" are everywhere. The phrase means "I am Charlie" in French. It's a Facebook-...
  • What Al Martinez meant to his readers

    To the editor: Tuesday morning I cried. Al Martinez is gone. And when I read that news, I cried. I felt like I had lost a warm, loving uncle. ("Al Martinez dies at 85; Times columnist chronicled Southern California life," Jan. 12) I never met Al. I only...