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  • Lessons for Life: Don't forget to smile

    Lessons for Life: Don't forget to smile
    Can our facial expressions affect our mood and have an impact on those around us? According to Dr. Eric Finzi, author of the book "The Face of Emotion," they certainly can. Finzi, a dermatological surgeon who spent nearly two decades researching...
  • Maybe give sanity a try

    It has been a fallow interval at the blog because of some hectic days at the paragraph factory, domestic exigencies, and the like, but I am back today to advocate, in my small way, sanity. Immediately after the late election, the outbreaks of...
  • Telluride Film Review: 'The Galapagos Affair: Satan Comes to Eden'

    With just nine inhabitants -- including a bitter German doctor, a haughty French baroness and a family of social exiles -- the island of Floreadora becomes a Clue-worthy backdrop for conflict and murder in "The Galapagos Affair: Satan Comes to Eden."...
  • Kids Read & Write program: week three

    Kids Read & Write program: week three
    This summer, Printers Row Journal invited kids aged 5-16 to submit reviews of their favorite summer reads. Here's what young writers had to say. Watch for more in the coming weeks. -------------------- This piece first ran in Printers Row Journal,...
  • Elizabeth Gilbert visits the 19th century in 'The Signature of All Things'

    Elizabeth Gilbert visits the 19th century in 'The Signature of All Things'
    With a charming, flawed heroine straight out of Jane Austen, a Dickensian rags-to-riches story and thwarted romances that hark back to the Brontës, Elizabeth Gilbert has taken cues from the greatest 19th century writers for her big 19th century-style...
  • Lookingglass announces 2013-14 season

    Lookingglass Theatre Company announced its 2013-14 season on Tuesday, including world premieres set in far-flung locations and a play having to do with Charles Darwin. The Chicago company's 26th season, under artistic director Andrew White, will include:...
  • 10 things you might not know about poison

    10 things you might not know about poison
    This month has been one big hazmat spill. An Elvis impersonator from Mississippi was arrested and later released after letters containing the deadly poison ricin were mailed to President Barack Obama, a U.S. senator and a judge. On the other side of the...
  • Review: "Daily Rituals" by Mason Currey

    Review: "Daily Rituals" by Mason Currey
    I'm working too much at my art, seven hours a day with a break for lunch and a nap. I'm working too little at my art, seven hours a day with a break for lunch and a nap. -------------------- This piece first ran in Printers Row Journal, delivered...
  • New ships for the world's oceans on the horizon

    New ships for the world's oceans on the horizon
    Like supermodels sporting the latest on the runways of the world’s oceans, each year a group of new cruise ships debuts. Here are some noteworthy ones being launched in 2013: ·              MSC Cruises – The MSC Preziosa, a 139,400-ton, 3,502-...
  • 'Fight Club' author Chuck Palahniuk returns with 'Doomed'

    'Fight Club' author Chuck Palahniuk returns with 'Doomed'
    "If you hold the door for someone and they don't say, 'Thank you,' that person deserves to be in hell," Chuck Palahniuk rails — in the most mild-mannered way possible. "It also ticks me off when someone pushes the button on the elevator more...
  • Learn About the Galapagos Islands at the Henry Carter Hull Library

    Learn About the Galapagos Islands at the Henry Carter Hull Library
    Are you intrigued by nature's biological mysteries? A member of the Charles Darwin fanclub? Or just in need of some vicarious vacation time? Scratch all these itches and more at the Henry Carter Hull Library, where Peggy Adler will deliver a talk and...