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  • 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...
  • Cold Spring, N.Y., Offers Natural Beauty, Trendy Attractions

    Cold Spring, N.Y., Offers Natural Beauty, Trendy Attractions
    In Cold Spring, N.Y. it's all about the river. This Hudson Valley village of stunning natural beauty is home to an array of arts, culture, history and culinary attractions, all set against the majestic backdrop of the Mighty Hudson River. Downtown...
  • 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....
  • Review: 'Visitation Street' by Ivy Pochoda

    Review: 'Visitation Street' by Ivy Pochoda
    American crime fiction has a distinct genius for geography. In Richard Price's Dempsy, N.J., in "Samaritan" or "Raymond Chandler's Los Angeles," it is often the city as much as any single person that seems to bear responsibility for a murder. That...
  • 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...
  • '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...
  • Army-Navy hoopla begins well before the game

    Army-Navy hoopla begins well before the game
    Phil McConkey wasn't surprised to hear that Navy's mascot had been goatnapped last week, for the umpteenth time, prior to Saturday's Army-Navy football game. That the animal was left tethered to a post, outside of the Pentagon, didn't surprise him either....
  • In Army-Navy rivalry, Black Knights can't keep up with Midshipmen

    In Army-Navy rivalry, Black Knights can't keep up with Midshipmen
    Nine months before Bobby Ross came out of retirement to coach football at Army in December 2003, the United States began its military involvement in Iraq. As he dug into his new job at West Point, Ross was thinking more about how to rebuild a team that...
  • Ivy Pochoda talks 'Visitation Street,' a novel about community, gentrification

     Ivy Pochoda talks 'Visitation Street,' a novel about community, gentrification
    Ivy Pochoda swings open the door to her spacious downtown L.A. loft, which is nestled in the warehouse-thick arts district, and squeals with delight at the heavy cardboard box resting on her doorstep. "My books, they've arrived!" she says. "There's...
  • Cleveland kidnapping victim Amanda Berry appears at Nelly concert

    A day after her captor was sentenced to life in prison, Cleveland kidnapping survivor Amanda Berry made her first public appearance at a Saturday evening concert in Cleveland. Berry, 27, came on stage with her family and the rapper Nelly, but did not...
  • Weiner won't quit New York race despite top staffer's resignation

    Weiner won't quit New York race despite top staffer's resignation
    New York City mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner told reporters Sunday that he didn't plan to drop out of the race over his online sexual dalliances, despite the weekend resignation of his top campaign staffer. Weiner campaign manager Danny Kedem, 31,...