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How might a Hollywood movie pitchman capture the tone and pith of "See Now Then," a new novel by the intense and lyrical novelist Jamaica Kincaid about the disintegration of a modern marriage? Chaucer's Wife of Bath meets Virginia Woolf! The Sweets,...
Tags: Authors, Radio, Culture, Literature, John Stockton
-------------------- Searching for Zion The Quest for Home in the African Diaspora Emily Raboteau Atlantic Monthly Press: 320 pp., $25 -------------------- In 1965, author and civil rights essayist James Baldwin appeared at the Cambridge Union...
Laguna Beach should be celebrated as a music colony — especially for world-class reggae — as much as an art colony. It started back in the late '70s, when Laguna native Eric "Redz" Morton was 21 and gigging as the bassist in a L.A. Latin...
On the surface of her first new novel in a decade, the vaguely autobiographical, startlingly ambitious "See Now Then," author Jamaica Kincaid seems to tell a simple story about a New England family that is falling apart. Mr. Sweet, a musician and...
Tags: Government, Authors, Punishment, Caribbean Sea, Literature
Oezgueler is board certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology. German born, Dr. Oezgueler spent many years in the United States including most recently as a practicing obstetrician / gynecologist at OB GYN Corp in Chandler, Arizona. Dr. Oezgueler received...
While the winter winds howled outdoors, the women Wolves howled indoors Saturday in Aberdeen. The Northern State indoor women’s track and field team won eight of 15 events in the NSU Open at the Barnett Center. Several NSU seniors put on...
Tags: Track and Field, Andrew Johnson
The Tuesday Tribune editorial (“Jamaica’s debt hurricane,” Jan. 8) calling Jamaica the Greece-like poor man of the Western Hemisphere misses the opportunity to call attention to a major reason for Jamaica's poor economic performance....
If home is a concept a child might visually articulate in, say, six quick lines, by adulthood it's a notion much more diffuse — a shape-shifter, a Rorschach blot. In her frank and expansive new memoir, "Searching for Zion: The Quest for Home in...
On the biggest travel day of the year, Penn Station came to a grinding halt for about an hour, with massive crowds desperate to get home on the eve of Thanksgiving. Service has begun to be restored on LIRR, New Jersey Transit and Amtrak after a power...
Tags: Amtrak, Long Island Rail Road, Holidays
Hispanosphere - Orlando SentinelU.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services' (USCIS) Southeast Region Director Kathy Redman will administer the Oath of Allegiance to 100 candidates who will become America’s newest citizens at Valencia College on Friday, August 10, at the...
Jane Shroads has written 11 books, has traveled quite a bit, was a journalist in Rochester, and taught English as a second language for 20 years in Florida. Her husband, Jim, is a pilot and was one of the aeronautical engineers who helped put men on the...
Tribune reportersAfter a long day on the road hauling freight from Canada, Gary Clarke headed to his brother’s home in Englewood for a quick overnight visit before heading back north. As Clarke locked up the truck Tuesday night in an empty lot next to the home, a...
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