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  • It's a Gray Area: What is a functional Libertarian?

    It's nice to be home again with the Daily Pilot. After my recent venture into national politics, I am looking forward to regaling you once again with weekly columns for at least the next year. During this time, the predominant theme will be to cite an...
  • Beryl Bernice Fowlie February 13, 1929 - January 28, 2013

    Beryl Bernice Fowlie February 13, 1929 - January 28, 2013
    Beryl Fowlie passed away January 28, 2013 in Monterey, California surrounded by her family after a brief battle with cancer. She was 83 years old. Beryl Bernice French was born in Detroit, Michigan on February 13, 1929 to Herbert Fredrick French and...
  • Keyboards enriched colonial lifestyle

     Keyboards enriched colonial lifestyle
    Even before they opened Colonial Williamsburg's first exhibition buildings, the pioneering stewards of the Historic Area recognized the importance of music in recreating the look, sound and feel of 18th-century life in an Anglo-American setting. Two...
  • Review: 'Moments Captured' by Robert J. Seidman

    Review: 'Moments Captured' by Robert J. Seidman
    Pictures in motion — who invented this process? There's an obscure Frenchman — he has a name, Étienne-Jules Marey, but scarcely anyone knows it — who, in the late 19th century initiated the technique that made the modern movie...
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  • Michael Mann wants to do his own ‘Le Mans’

     
    A few weekends back, I checked out the new BluRay edition of Steve McQueen's 1960s(early 70s) racing classic, “Le Mans” and wrote about it here. And darned if Michael Mann hasn't been checking it out, too. Maybe. He's seriously considering his...
  • Cut-glass conference in Orlando during Orlando Museum of Art exhibit

     
    Considered an art form when it was created more than 100 years ago, cut and engraved glass from the American Brilliant Period, roughly 1876 to 1916, is in vogue again among collectors and museums. The Orlando Museum of Art is now showing aesthetic ...
  • NEH gives $40 million in grants; $3.2 million to California

     
    National Endowment for the Humanities issues $40 million in grants, including $3.2 million to California museums, scholars and documentary filmmakers. Documentaries win the biggest grants; others sponsor seminars aimed to improve college and secondary...
  • Tim Cook to Apple employees: 'Apple is not going to change'

     
    Tim Cook, CEO, emails Apple: 'Apple is not going to change': Tim Cook, Apple's new CEO, reportedly emailed Apple employees early Thursday morning, assuring them that Apple wasn't going to change and that Steve Jobs would still be able to contribute as...
  • Being Muslim in America after 9/11 [The conversation]

     
    One could also call this post-9/11 era "the decade of intolerance." Here's a sampling of essays from across the Web reflecting on the unfair anti-Muslim sentiment that's permeated our country....
  • Steve Jobs reportedly died of respiratory arrest, tumor [Updated]

     
    Steve Jobs died from respiratory arrest and a pancreatic tumor, according to his death certificate as first reported on by Bloomberg News....