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  • 'The Orchardist' inspires a rumination on the role of place in literature

    'The Orchardist' inspires a rumination on the role of place in literature
    Hi, my name is Alan, and I'm drunk with landscape. I've just finished teaching a writing workshop in how to deploy setting in modern fiction, mainly, the modern novel, so I couldn't easily get the subject off my mind in any case. And now, just as the...
  • Books for Lent

    Books for Lent
    Lent's mortifications are getting a little, um, much right about now, aren't they? We're in 33 days, by the Western church's count, and those meatless Fridays, those extra prayers, and that seemingly fabulous idea at the time (one too many hurricanes on...
  • Canadian Master Arthur Heming Gets Some Overdue Props in Old Lyme

    Canadian Master Arthur Heming Gets Some Overdue Props in Old Lyme
    Arthur Heming: Chronicler of the North Through June 2, Florence Griswold Museum, 96 Lyme St., Old Lyme, (860) 434-5542, florencegriswoldmuseum.org   Long before Second City Television's Bob and Doug Mackenzie hoisted its banner, Arthur Heming (1870-...
  • Twitter shares soar 73% in IPO

    NEW YORK — In a mere instant — or about the time it takes to send a 140-character message — Twitter became one of the Internet's most valuable properties, capping a dizzying seven-year rise from scrappy start-up to a major publicly...
  • The Fighting Frogs beat the Coachella Valley Arabs any day

    The mascot at my high school, Roosevelt High (named for Theodore; it was built well before Franklin was president, and has been renamed Early Collehe High) in Yonkers, N.Y., was the Indian. And in those days of little or no ethnic sensitivity, students...
  • NYC solar chargers bring power to the people

    NYC solar chargers bring power to the people
    If you and your personal electronics are inseparable, nothing is more painful than running out of juice while traveling, especially if your device's GPS is navigating. "New York City has been converting unused public spaces into urban oases complete...
  • Wesleyan Author Mines Fascinating History Of New Haven's Distinctive Skyline

    Crowning the New Haven skyline and visible from afar are two distinctive cliffs, East Rock and West Rock, that have inspired and fascinated artists and scientists for centuries. Famous artists like Hartford-born Frederic Church, a major figure in the...
  • Across U.S., bridges crumble as repair funds fall short

    Across U.S., bridges crumble as repair funds fall short
    SCHWENKSVILLE, Pa. — Engineers think that three of the bridges closest to Dave Wisler's home are about ready to collapse. One, a picturesque one-lane structure built in 1893, became so perilous it was closed last summer, and the county doesn't...
  • Zumthor's LACMA design has potential, but think of the factory model

    Zumthor's LACMA design has potential, but think of the factory model
    The $650-million plan to remake the jumbled campus of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art on Wilshire Boulevard is the fourth such effort in the last three decades. Challenging in concept and architecturally ambitious, the design by Swiss architect...
  • Artifacts continue the 9/11 narrative in a new book

    Artifacts continue the 9/11 narrative in a new book
    On the morning of Sept. 11, 2001, firefighters from Engine 54, Ladder 4 and Battalion 9 responded to the call that the World Trade Center had been attacked. None survived. In the following days, a 10 1/2-foot Statue of Liberty replica was mysteriously...
  • At the Norton Museum, a natural vibe (hold the Jay Z)

    At the Norton Museum, a natural vibe (hold the Jay Z)
    When the Norton Museum of Art in West Palm Beach re-opens today after a two-week time out to get ready for the new season, the most immediate change will be found in the lobby, now home to a 770-square-foot mural by Brooklyn-based artist Mickalene Thomas....