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2014/11/25 01:38
2014/11/25 01:38
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When a letter credited with inspiring Jack Kerouac to create a new literary genre suddenly surfaced, no one was happier than an 86-year-old poet and playwright from New Jersey. For more than 50...
2014/11/25 01:38
2014/11/25 01:38
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2014/11/22 00:06
2014/11/22 00:06
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Antonio Weiss stands to make about one-fiftieth of his Lazard Ltd. compensation if confirmed as a top Treasury official. Walking away with as much as $21.2 million may soften the blow. President...
2014/11/20 21:06
2014/11/20 21:06
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When Wall Street banker Antonio Weiss picked up the phone and called a Canadian chief executive officer in March, he precipitated an $11 billion merger -- and a political problem for himself as he...
2014/11/18 22:21
2014/11/18 22:21
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The Warby Parker store will feature "library-inspired bookcases, chevron wood floors, periodicals sourced from independent presses, and banquette seating (for reading and relaxing)," as well as...
2014/11/17 23:15
2014/11/17 23:15
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... by local artists, banquette seating and magazine racks boasting the latest issues of "The Paris Review" and "Lapham's Quarterly." Customers can try on new Warby Parker frames,...
2014/11/14 16:16
2014/11/14 16:16
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U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren opposes President Barack Obama’s nomination of Antonio Weiss to a top Treasury Department post because of the Lazard Ltd. (LAZ:US) executive’s work on corporate tax...
2014/11/11 00:19
2014/11/11 00:19
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Before Buzzfeed, before Spy, before Rolling Stone and The Paris Review, there was Vanity Fair. The smart-set magazine launched a century ago became famous as a sort of barometer of the Jazz Age and...
2014/11/08 08:50
2014/11/08 08:50
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Building HBCU Intellect Through Blogging Part One by William Jackson, Prof. Edward Waters College Historically Black College and University There are many writers, poets, storytellers...
2014/11/06 21:36
2014/11/06 21:36
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Literary enthusiasts are invited to visit Banfill-Locke Center for the Arts 7:30 p.m. Nov. 14 to hear from two highly accomplished local writers, Jim Moore and Patricia Weaver Francisco, during this...
2014/11/06 20:30
2014/11/06 20:30
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The smart-set magazine launched a century ago became famous as a sort of barometer of the Jazz Age and for its murderers’ row of heavy-hitting contributors. Dorothy Parker, Carl Sandburg, F. Scott...
2014/11/05 21:03
2014/11/05 21:03
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We need to talk about the title of this book. Richard Ford first introduced Frank Bascombe as the narrator of his 1986 novel The Sportswriter, a strangely gripping account of a few days in which not...
2014/11/03 17:19
2014/11/03 17:19
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... "Bohemians, Bootleggers, Flappers & Swells: The Best of Early Vanity Fair" (Penguin Press), edited by Graydon Carter Before Buzzfeed, before Spy, before Rolling Stone and The Paris Review, there...
2014/10/31 13:44
2014/10/31 13:44
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Clark College will welcome Wells Tower, an award-winning journalist and short-story writer, for its Columbia Writers Series, a free, public event. Tower will read from his works and discuss his...
2014/10/28 21:28
2014/10/28 21:28
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The European Union's new climate and energy goals are being heralded as "a new global standard" — though it's really more "I will, if you will." On Thursday, 28 European leaders met to reach a...
2014/10/26 22:03
2014/10/26 22:03
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At first, Marianne Kirby was just one of 16,000 writers seeking a free long-distance ride on an Amtrak train. Then, in July, the Orange County resident and UCF graduate got an email saying she was...
2014/10/24 18:51
2014/10/24 18:51
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Young writer who died in a car accident is to have her plays posthumously published A PROMISING YOUNG writer who was killed in a car accident is to have her plays posthumously published. Marina...
2014/10/24 15:55
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Mehigan will read from his latest book, "Accepting the Disaster," on Nov. 2 at 2 p.m. at the library. His first book, "The Optimist," was a finalist for the 2005 Los Angeles Times Book Prize in...
2014/11/25 01:38
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