| Oct 5, 2010
| 6:26 PM
'The Thieves of Manhattan: A Novel'
By Adam Langer Spiegel & Grau, 259 pp., $24
By their chunky glasses, facial scruff, skinny jeans, and iPhones you shall know them: New York’s latest crop of aspiring male fiction writers, fresh from the provinces...
| Feb 4, 2011
| 7:20 AM
Since 1945, when William and Luvilla Armstrong opened Army & Lou’s on East 75th Street, the home-style eatery has catered to luminaries and regular folk alike in a way that made it more than just a soul food restaurant. It became known around the...
| Aug 23, 2011
| 8:39 PM
For years, Dr. Martina Callum has traveled the country and the world as a locum tenens physician, providing temporary health care in communities where few doctors exist.
But after months on the road, she'd return home to an apartment in White Marsh...
| Nov 1, 2011
| 4:24 PM
The Harford County Sheriff's Office and Maryland State Police report:
Gerald Calvin Vaughn Jr., 62, of the 1900 block of Fletcher Road, was charged Thursday with second-degree assault.
Jonathan Alexander Meerdink, 31, of the 700 block of...
| Apr 12, 2009
PARIS—In the middle, there is no need to choose.
And the middle of the City of Light is the Seine River and the two small islands that sit within its flowing waters. Those islands are the heart of Paris tourist activity.
Visitors come for the...
| Dec 19, 2007
| 9:16 AM
For a magazine that spawned dozens of imitators as it both chronicled and set a standard for sexual change in America, Playboy got off to a jittery start. Hugh Hefner had so little confidence in his magazine that he did not print the month of the...
| Jan 19, 2008
A Father's Law
By Richard Wright
HarperPerennial, 268 pages, $14.95 paper
Modern American literature changed forever in March 1940 with the publication of Richard Wright's first novel, "Native Son." After the book's huge success, Wright spent the...
| Apr 6, 2008
The French are fabulous again. Witness President Nicolas Sarkozy's recent trip to Britain with his new and glamorous wife, Carla Bruni. There is even word that the French are warming to Americans: A recent poll found 32 percent of the French are pro-...
| Sep 28, 2009
| 2:24 PM
Update as of 9/28/09: A Gray's Harbor Sheriff's Deputy reports that they got a 911 call from anonymous person telling them Baldwin was at a location and that they saw him on Washington's Most Wanted. When deputies arrived, Baldwin took off running. He was...
| Jul 25, 2009
LOS ANGELES -- E. Lynn Harris, a bestselling author of popular black fiction who shattered barriers by writing about gay characters in novels such as "Invisible Life" and "Just As I Am: A Novel," died Thursday night at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los...