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  • Read these: Tim Tebow circus, VW bus ride, Vatican's gay lobby, more

    Read these: Tim Tebow circus, VW bus ride, Vatican's gay lobby, more
    Here are some of the best long reads you may have missed from the week past. A high-value Guantanamo Bay detainee reveals what it's like to be a guinea pig for "enhanced interrogation" and describes the deceptions he used to mislead interrogators in...
  • Charles Manson to wed? He says no

    A 25-year-old woman who has been loyally visiting Charles Manson -- the nation's most notorious convicted killer who has a swastika carved into his forehead -- in prison, said recently that they are going to wed.  "I'll tell you straight up, Charlie and...
  • Album of the Day 10/25/13: Blood Ceremony - The Eldritch Dark

    Album of the Day 10/25/13: Blood Ceremony - The Eldritch Dark
    What was once old is now new, or so says the music industry.  As trends come and go in mainstream music circles the gritty underground world of metal and rock have seen their own resurgence in musical styles that once found a home on the stereos of...
  • Shutdown: Americans prefer zombies, hemorrhoids, IRS to Congress

    Shutdown: Americans prefer zombies, hemorrhoids, IRS to Congress
    At this point, the polls are pretty consistent: Americans are angry about the budget and shutdown shenanigans in Washington, but they’re angrier at Republicans than they are at Democrats. Which should tell you something about who is really to...
  • On tape, President Ford describes assassination try by Manson follower

    On tape, President Ford describes assassination try by Manson follower
    A federal judge Monday approved the release of videotaped testimony by President Ford, later used in the trial of Lynette Alice "Squeaky" Fromme, who tried to assassinate him in Sacramento 37 years ago. Portions of the 20 minutes of testimony taken in...
  • Review: 'The Daniel Clowes Reader' edited by Ken Parille

    Review: 'The Daniel Clowes Reader' edited by Ken Parille
    My friend's dad once said that I lived in a Daniel Clowes world, and I copied it down in my diary as the nicest thing anybody's ever said to me. His is one of glints of faith-renewal found among depressed landscapes and the lonely freaks discovered as...
  • Waging heavy cloudiness

    Waging heavy cloudiness
    What do you expect from a rock star? I just closed the back cover of Neil Young's “Waging Heavy Peace,” his big anticipated memoir (of sorts), clocking in at 500 pages (75 shy of the rock star-memoir mountain peak established by Keith...
  • For the record

    Intelligence centers: An article in the Oct. 3 Section A about a Senate report that was critical of federally funded intelligence centers said that the Joint Regional Intelligence Center in Norwalk had shared information about literature found in the back...
  • Gore Vidal says nice things about women in the new Vanity Fair

    Gore Vidal says nice things about women in the new Vanity Fair
    In his prime, writer Gore Vidal didn't have much nice to say about people, and he enjoyed sharing his opinions. On live television in 1968, he referred to fellow commentator William F. Buckley as a  "crypto-Nazi" (Buckley responded by calling Vidal...
  • Will the real Charles Manson stand up? A new book retraces his steps.

    Early in Jeff Guinn's "Manson: The Life and Times of Charles Manson," the first full biography of the infamous mass killer, there's a moment of unexpected and discomforting empathy. It's 1939, and Manson — 5 years old, living with relatives in...
  • Rolling Stone nails it with its Dzhokhar Tsarnaev cover

    Rolling Stone nails it with its Dzhokhar Tsarnaev cover
    Apparently, things are worse than we thought: We have run out of rock ’n’ roll musicians. How else to explain the latest cover of Rolling Stone, which features not the Rolling Stones -- or even Captain Hook -- but accused Boston Marathon...