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  • Your Morning Fashion and Beauty Report: Karl Lagerfeld recycles Nietzsche, Jessica Simpson recycles a sweater and, finally, a way to recycle bridesmaid dresses

     
    Bridesmaids everywhere will love this: The Dessy group is launching a website, Newlymaid.com, on which you can recycle your usually pricey and only-used-once bridesmaid dress in exchange for a discount on a new black dress. I bet the characters in......
  • Do young children have First Amendment rights?

     
    This week judges in Texas will hear arguments in the so-called "candy cane" to determine if elementary school students have First Amendment rights under the U.S. Constitution. The case involves an eight-year-old boy who wasn't allowed to hand out candy...
  • History center to display Kerouac manuscript

     
    The Orange County Regional History Center will display an original Jack Kerouac manuscript for “The Dharma Bums,” beginning Thursday. The 1957 work was created by the writer while living in Orlando. Visitors will be able to see Kerouac's...
  • Weekly books roundup

     
    Tod Caviness here, the only person in the newsroom (possibly in Orlando) without an opinion on the Anthony case. - Theme Park Ranger Dewayne Bevil has already mentioned it, but it's definitely worth repeating here: Jack Kerouac's original 1957...
  • Aldous Huxley's psychedelic Los Angeles life

     
    Author Aldous Huxley, a bracing intellectual, took LSD and mescaline a decade before they became popularized, influencing a future subculture....
  • Assigning Buddhism-related names to Lakers roster

     
    Assigning Buddhist-related names to Lakers roster...
  • July Sanford Art Walk is Friday, July 22

     
    There’s a new venue at this month’s Sanford Art Walk. Take a gander at the recently completed 9-foot high mural of Ganesh at Gypsy’s Lair Tribal Café. From 6 to 9 p.m. this Friday, July 22,  seven venues will offer fresh, original art...
  • Influences: Composer Philip Glass

     
    Composer Philip Glass talks about his major influences....
  • Report: Hindus in Brevard break ground on new temple today

     
    A group of Hindus in Brevard County will break ground today on a new temple complex in Suntree, according to a Florida Today report. The groundbreaking for the Manav Mandir facility was scheduled for 9:30 a.m. today at 7500 Waelti Drive, the location of...
  • You can have your gods, and I can have mine

    You can have your gods, and I can have mine
    Barry Goldman's objections to religious and spiritual diversity, as articulated in his Jan. 3 Times Op-Ed article, are too cynical and trite to even merit space in this newspaper. His Aunt Mary's quotation, "Whatever Jews believe, that's what I believe,"...
  • Richard Gere no longer wanted in India

    Richard Gere no longer wanted in India
    Richard Gere is free to go back to India -- and he may have a new reason to book a trip. India's top court suspended an arrest warrant Friday against Gere, wanted for allegedly breaking public obscenity laws by kissing Bollywood actress Shilpa Shetty...