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  • A visit to London's cemeteries

     A visit to London's cemeteries
    LONDON — What are the first sights you seek when you travel to a new city? The museums? The top restaurants? Or the cemeteries? I choose cemeteries. Although some people think that's weird, I find them a through-the-looking-glass way of understanding a place and how it grew. They are fascinating, beautiful, a bit mysterious but rarely ghoulish or spooky.
  • Martina Hingis' husband steals spotlight by calling her an adulterer

    Martina Hingis' husband steals spotlight by calling her an adulterer
    Martina Hingis, known as the "Swiss Miss" during her tennis playing days when she won five Grand Slam events, should be enjoying a stellar week as she prepares to be inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame on Saturday in Newport, R.I. But...

    Should I cheat on my fiance?

    Should I cheat on my fiance?
    I am confused. I am engaged to a beautiful woman and we are set to have a destination wedding this upcoming spring. We have been through thick and thin together and have stuck by each other's side for the past 7 years. About 2 weeks ago, I met a woman...

    Marriage In The Movies: A Look At Hollywood's Phantom Genre

    Marriage In The Movies: A Look At Hollywood's Phantom Genre
    Jeanine Basinger has been happily married for 45 years, so she knows a lot about how to make a marriage work. Basinger, the founder and director of the Film Studies Department at Wesleyan University in Middletown, also knows a lot about marriage movies,...

    Marital tension builds in 'Speaking in Tongues'

    Marital tension builds in 'Speaking in Tongues'
    "Speaking in Tongues" Australian playwright Andrew Bovell's 1997 exploration of six degrees of infidelity premiered the same year as Patrick Marber's similarly themed "Closer." But Bovell (whose "When the Rain Stops Falling" just finished an encore...