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Greenwich Village retrospectives
... Village Stories: A Collection of Memories" Universe/Rizzoli, $29.95 It's the most famous "village" in the world, even though it actually is a neighborhood. In this wonderful collection of...
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People Are Furious About Jake Gyllenhaal's Latest...
Jake Gyllenhaal has a big year ahead of him. His second film with French-Canadian filmmaker Denis Villeneuve (Enemy) had a lot of critics talking last month, and he's got some exciting upcoming...
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David O. Russell
The Bourne Supremacy
Soul in Motion keeps things moving Saturday in Ro...
In 1984, Michael Friend and his sister Khandi took the stage at Howard University and, under the name Soul in Motion Players, performed works from poets Maya Angelou and
. On Saturday,...
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Wake-Up Call: Bill de Blasio's big picture
Good morning and welcome to Wake-Up Call, your guidebook to and roundup of the latest in city, state, and national political news... Bill Clinton helps him see the big picture, while Hillary Clinton...
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MIKE McCARTHY: Love of the game a motivating fact...
What motivates an outfielder sacrifice all sane thought and dive for a ball into a wall? What motivates a pitcher to perform, knowing that the next day will be filled with arm pain? Most people...
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Several officers cited for exemplary police work
Township Supervisor Karyn Miller and Police Chief George Sippert present the Medal for Distinguished Service to Lt. Robert Batinkoff for his work in a carjacking murder at a Corunna Road gas station...
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RHONDA S. SANDERS
Peter Matthiessen, author, naturalist and CIA age...
Peter Matthiessen, award-winning author of more than 30 books, died Saturday. Photo: AP Peter Matthiessen, a roving author and naturalist whose impassioned nonfiction explored the remote endangered...
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Peter Matthiessen, author and naturalist, dies at...
Peter Matthiessen, a roving author and naturalist whose impassioned nonfiction explored the remote endangered wilds of the world and whose prizewinning fiction often placed his mysterious protagonists...
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Worcester Telegram & Gazette
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At Play in the Fields of the Lord
The Paris Review
WHITE SOX: Flowers careful to do enough pre-game ...
CHICAGO | Catchers join their pitchers warming up their arms before the game, but don’t get the publicity or focus. Tyler Flowers garnered attention for a sore shoulder that resulted in surgery in...
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Governance Without Cynicism Part 1
Governance Without Cynicism Part 1 By Richard Girard "The poor have sometimes objected to being governed badly; the rich have always objected to being governed at all." -- G. K. Chesterton ; The...
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Madonna Wants You To Express Yourself On BuzzFeed...
Come on, BuzzFeed! Do you believe in freedom? ‘Cuz Madonna wants you to have something to say about it! BuzzFeed contributor Madonna sent out a message yesterday to her fellow social media mavens,...
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Fighting colon and rectal cancer
HONESDALE, PA — The numbers are getting better, but Northeastern PA counties still have colon and rectal cancer incidence rates 15% or 16% higher, and mortality rates 16% higher, than the national...
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The Most Powerful Piece of Film Criticism Ever Wr...
Who's the greatest American movie critic? A lot of folks probably would say Pauline Kael or David Bordwell or Manny Farber; some might argue for more academic writers like Linda Williams, Stanley...
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For the Birds
Please tell me that it’s a coincidence that, just a few weeks into TheSun’s ownership of City Paper, this week’s issue led with the same story as b (“Bird Power,” Feature, March 26). With all due...
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Department of Labor Photo Gallery: Earth Day Acti...
Photo Gallery: Earth Day Activities (April 22, 2011) Images include: Job Corps National Director Edna Primrose (L) and Office of the Assistant Secretary for Administration and Management's Al...
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What is cool? SU's Jim Brown, Lou Reed among 100 ...
What is cool? A new photography exhibit attempts to define the elusive term by identifying the 100 coolest Americans of all time. James Dean, Elvis Presley, Debbie Harry, Miles Davis, Jack Kerouac,...
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Other People's Pathologies
I think one can safely call that an element of a kind of street culture. It's also an element which--once one leaves the streets--is a great impediment. "I ain't no punk" may shield you from...
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Philip Roth interview: 'The horror of being caged...
In some quarters it is almost a cliché to mention the word “misogyny” in relation to your books. What, do you think, prompted this reaction initially, and what is your response to those who still try...
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Sunday's Lead Letter: Confront racism with self-e...
Thank you for publishing Bobbie O’Connor’s column on white privilege and racism a few weeks ago. Here’s how we change our hearts: Teach and study in school the history of peace instead of wars, the...
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Martin Luther King Jr.
Tale of Noah's Ark: A figurative flood of biblica...
Tale of Noah's Ark historically played for humor, horror What disaster story is fun for everyone? It's "Noah's Ark" – the biblical tale (Genesis 6:1 to 9:29) that's had an odd place in Western...
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