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  • Hope flows from hollow water

    The community was out of control -- the children, oh my goodness, the children, were sniffing gasoline and pretty much abandoning any pretense of a future -- and the social and criminal-justice systems were just adding to the problem. Nothing was working....
  • 'Artificial Wilderness' Photography Exhibition at the Wadsworth Resonates Far and Wide

    'Artificial Wilderness' Photography Exhibition at the Wadsworth Resonates Far and Wide
    The photographer Edward Burtynsky demands your full attention. The only way to give him his due is to see his work exactly as it appears in "Artificial Wilderness," an exhibition on view through Jan. 4, 2014, at the Wadsworth Atheneum. Though 13 other...
  • Group walks across US to bring message to indigenous people

    Group walks across US to bring message to indigenous people
    A group on indigenous people are making a stop in Wichita. It's a mid-point on their cross country walk from Washington D.C. to Alcatraz. The walk started in July and will end December 21st. The group says it's a spiritual walk bringing an important...
  • After return to Mexico, she fights crime, runs afoul of law

    After return to Mexico, she fights crime, runs afoul of law
    OLINALA, Mexico — Surely, this is not the returning-immigrant experience that Nestora Salgado imagined. At first, the 41-year-old mother of three was, in the words of a supporter, "a sensation" in her mountainous Guerrero homeland, where she...
  • Guillermo Martinez: In Ecuador it's unhealthy to question Correa

    Dictators have an unfair advantage over democratic governments; they can overturn their previous decisions without needing to explain themselves to anyone. In their territory they are king. The people are there to praise and obey. Such is the case of...
  • Cultural harmony of Latin American music

     Cultural harmony of Latin American music
    MIAMI — The most important thing to remember as you make your way through "A Tres Bandas," a traveling exhibit that this month made its U.S. debut at the Centro Cultural Espanol (Spanish Cultural Center) Miami, is that red is code for Africa, blue...
  • Venice Film Review: 'Unforgiven'

    Adapting Clint Eastwood's "Unforgiven" to 19th-century Japan proves remarkably apt in Lee Sang-il's version of David Webb Peoples' celebrated script, though the original's undercurrent of wrenching emotion here becomes more of a surface trickle....
  • In Theory: Faith and the decision to fight

    President Barack Obama this month asked Congress to authorize punitive military action in Syria. He made the request in response to the Assad regime's alleged use of chemical weapons near Damascus. Q: How would your faith and/or worldview guide you in...
  • Chicago organization publishes a textbook that aims to hit close to home

    Chicago organization publishes a textbook that aims to hit close to home
    Conventional digital age wisdom says that the chestnut about the might of pens, i.e. swords, should be amended to specify keyboard strokes, as paper is now passé. Likewise, in an era when Chicago's public education crisis seems to be at an apex, with...
  • Saul Landau, Documentary Filmmaker, Dies at 77

    Saul Landau, a prolific, award-winning documentary filmmaker who traveled the world profiling political leaders like Cuba's Fidel Castro and Chile's Salvador Allende and used his camera to draw attention to war, poverty and racism, died Monday night at...
  • Spectator wars

    "Pakistani authorities have long denounced the strikes, out of concern that civilian deaths caused by drone strikes inflame the local population, bolster militant groups and violate Pakistan's sovereignty." -- CNN, July 26 "Analysts said the...