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  • A neglected tale of abandoned children

    A neglected tale of abandoned children
    British playwright Polly Stenham is still in her mid-20s, but she has received the kind of attention from the London theater power brokers — commissions, awards and lavish praise — that most emerging playwrights in the cash-poor world of...
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  • L.A. Film Festival adds 'Man of Steel,' Spike Jonze and monsters

    A trio of splashy, late entries to the Los Angeles Film Festival were announced Wednesday: the mega-budget summer movies “Man of Steel” and “Monsters University,” as well as an in-person discussion with indie auteur Spike Jonze...
  • A wild thing who made his art sing

    A wild thing who made his art sing
    During a 2003 "Fresh Air" interview with NPR's Terry Gross, Maurice Sendak, the much-praised children's book artist responsible for "Where the Wild Things Are," admitted that he never created picture books with children in mind. "I've convinced myself...
  • Anne Frank: remembering her on her birthday

    Anne Frank: remembering her on her birthday
    Anne Frank was born June 12, 1929, 84 years ago today. During her short 15 years, she kept a diary and wrote there sorting out her emotions, describing her crushes and despair, her desires and dreams. She kept the diary from 1942 to '44, the two years...
  • NSA surveillance puts George Orwell's '1984' on bestseller lists

    NSA surveillance puts George Orwell's '1984' on bestseller lists
    Big Brother is watching. And people are reading. Thanks to the ongoing National Security Administration surveillance scandal, George Orwell's "1984" is enjoying a surge in popularity, landing at No. 4 on Amazon's list of "Movers and Shakers." Sales of...
  • Drawing insight into Google's Doodles

    Drawing insight into Google's Doodles
    SAN FRANCISCO — Google.com is the most visited online front door in the United States. According to Alexa, a longtime Internet statistics firm, it is also the second most visited home page in the world behind Facebook.com; roughly 40 percent of...
  • Guess who's going to be in 'The Little Prince' movie?

    Guess who's going to be in 'The Little Prince' movie?
    Guess who's going to be in the upcoming movie version of "The Little Prince"? You're right, it's James Franco. It's obvious because that's his picture up there. But Franco is the obvious guess: At this point, he seems to be involved in practically every...
  • Return of the Aquabats, Interview II: The Q&A

    Return of the Aquabats, Interview II: The Q&A
    The Aquabats are a band from Southern California who dress as superheroes and are also the stars of their own television series. In "The Aquabats! Super Show!," which airs Saturday mornings on the Hub, they travel about in their Battle Tram to play...
  • James Gandolfini dead at 51: Recalling 10 of his most memorable roles

    James Gandolfini dead at 51: Recalling 10 of his most memorable roles
    James Gandolfini's untimely death at the age of 51 was as shocking as the abrupt cut-to-black conclusion of his most famous series, "The Sopranos." Although most people became familiar with the imposing-looking Italian American actor after seeing him...
  • James Gandolfini dies; brought swagger, genius to 'The Sopranos'

    James Gandolfini dies; brought swagger, genius to 'The Sopranos'
    James Gandolfini, 51, who swaggered his way to fame as the murderous, clinically depressed mob boss on HBO's groundbreaking drama "The Sopranos," died Wednesday on vacation in Rome, Italy. The cause of death was not immediately known but was initially...