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Ernest Hemingway

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  • Review: Mariel Hemingway is rawly honest in 'Running From Crazy'

    Review: Mariel Hemingway is rawly honest in 'Running From Crazy'
    Mariel Hemingway mines her famous family's history in "Running From Crazy," exploring the legacy left by her iconic grandfather Ernest — one of creative heights and emotional lows. By Mariel's count, she's lost seven relatives to suicide, and having...
  • Holiday-season movie releases

    Holiday-season movie releases
    WEDNESDAY, NOV. 6 A Case of You A young writer smitten with the barista at his local coffee shop scours her Facebook profile for intel and tries to transform himself into her dream guy. With Justin Long and Evan Rachel Wood. Written by Long....
  • They said no to Alice Munro: The Nobel winner's rejection letters

    They said no to Alice Munro: The Nobel winner's rejection letters
    The Canadian writer Alice Munro just wasn’t new and exciting enough. Not in the eyes of the editors at Alfred A. Knopf who rejected her work in the 1960s and '70s. “There’s no question that the lady can write but it’s also...
  • Cocktail recipe: Hotel Nacional from the Eveleigh

    Cocktail recipe: Hotel Nacional from the Eveleigh
    Just because you can't travel to Cuba from the United States doesn't mean that you can't drink like you're on holiday in Havana. Eveleigh barman Dave Kupchinsky has created a languorous summer treat with a cocktail called Hotel Nacional. The drink tips...
  • Alexander Graham Bell auction halted; Smithsonian disputes 'gift'

    Alexander Graham Bell auction halted; Smithsonian disputes 'gift'
    This post has been corrected. Please see below for details. A historic archive documenting Alexander Graham Bell’s attempt in the early 1900s to build a kite-like aircraft that would allow humans to fly was pulled back from an auctioneer’s...
  • The L.A. schools' iPad misadventure is looking a lot more expensive

    The L.A. schools' iPad misadventure is looking a lot more expensive
    The story of Los Angeles schools' misbegotten $1-billion program to equip all its students with iPads for students continues to get worse. The latest news, as reported by my colleague Howard Blume, is that the price of the devices turns out to be higher...
  • 1960s riot site in Hollywood to see an uprising of another sort

    1960s riot site in Hollywood to see an uprising of another sort
    A once-notorious intersection at the foot of Laurel Canyon in Hollywood is being targeted for a striking new development with high-rise apartments, street-level shops and an underground grocery store. At the southwest corner of Sunset Boulevard at...
  • France: A bookish haven for Americans in Paris

    France: A bookish haven for Americans in Paris
    PARIS — Charles Trueheart, the director of the American Library in Paris, picked through the shelves in his office and withdrew a surprisingly well-preserved June 1922 edition of the long-gone literary magazine the Smart Set. The cover touted a...
  • The Week in Pictures | July 8-14, 2013

     
    Each week we bring you the very best in visual journalism. Revelers from around the world descended on Pamplona to take part in some of the eight days of the running of the bulls glorified by Ernest Hemingway's 1926 novel "The Sun Also Rises."...
  • Ugly Americans abroad wreak havoc in modern movies

    Ugly Americans abroad wreak havoc in modern movies
    In the astute new road-trip movie "Crystal Fairy," set mostly in Chile's Atacama Desert, Michael Cera plays an archetypal Ugly American. In fact, Cera plays several versions of the Ugly American popularized through generations of movies, novels and...
  • Papa Hemingway rides again in Key West contest

    Papa Hemingway rides again in Key West contest
    Of all the ways to keep a writer's memory alive, the one held at Sloppy Joe's bar in Key West, Fla., is certainly among the best: it's the annual Hemingway Look-Alike contest. In honor of Ernest Hemingway's nickname, the winner is crowned "Papa" for a...