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  • Helen Gurley Brown, Cosmo and the limits of stiletto lib

    Helen Gurley Brown, Cosmo and the limits of stiletto lib
    Helen Gurley Brown, legendary editor of Cosmopolitan and doyenne of stiletto-heeled self-empowerment, died Monday at 90. The author of "Sex and the Single Girl," Brown was widely credited for revolutionizing the precepts of women's media, transforming a...
  • Shades (literally) of Time

     
    From our gallery of political cartoons, published in yesterday's paper: The, um, tint of President Obama here reminds me of this controversy: Story in the Tribune, June 28, 1994 TIME APOLOGIZES FOR ILLUSTRATION (AP) Time magazine apologized to readers...
  • Warrior's email garage is littered with ideas for slamming the brakes on litter

     
    Last week's blog item on the degree to which litter blights our streets and highways (not to mention park land and just about every kind of outdoor space imaginable), and my call for suggestions on how we might convince fellow warriors to refrain from...
  • Tripping Out’s Alie and Georgia: “We want to win at McNuggetini”

     
    Tripping Out With Alie and Georgia premieres June 21 at 10:30pm ET on Cooking Channel. It could be among the most unusual first steps toward celebrity ever — grab your best pal and a video camera, make a McDonald's run to fetch a chocolate shake and...
  • reFramed: In conversation with WAR/PHOTOGRAPHY curator Anne Wilkes Tucker

     
    Anne Wilkes Tucker is currently the Gus and Lyndall Wortham Curator of Photography at The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston where she has worked since 1976. She founded the Photography Department at the museum that now has a collection of over 28,000...
  • SEC announces early television schedule

     
    SEC announces early television schedule...
  • Grammar rules worth breaking

    Grammar rules worth breaking
    Lest you get the idea that language lovers are a bunch of rule-following prigs, we bring you a special "Grammarians Gone Wild" edition of Words Work. A person can only trip over the spellings of "leisure" and "weird" and "seize" so many times before a...
  • Deal puts WESH, WKCF back on Bright House

     
    Amy Poehler of NBC's ‘Parks and Recreation' received an Emmy nomination Thursday. Photo credit: Astrid Stawiarz/Getty Images THIS POST HAS BEEN UPDATED: Hearst Television announced Thursday night that it had reached agreement with Time Warner...
  • Making the most of a tedious bus ride

    Making the most of a tedious bus ride
    Your daughter spends 45 minutes each way on the bus to middle school. Is there a way for her to minimize the boredom? Parent advice (from our panel of staff contributors) Books. Really good ones. Maybe agree to buy her extra ones if she reads a certain...
  • TV’s top 50 sci-fi characters: Mr. Spock, Starbuck and…TOBOR?

     
    Mad scientists and mechanical men, space cowboys and time travelers,  man-monsters and man-eating aliens — clearly this is our kind ......
  • Women in comics and the tricky art of equality

     
    Selina Kyle’s lacy red bra and its ample, curvy contents fill the first panel of “Catwoman” No. 1, published last ......