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  • Turning to Mark Twain and Coen brothers to translate Salarrue

    Turning to Mark Twain and Coen brothers to translate Salarrue
    When Nelson Lopéz was preparing the first bilingual translation of "Tales of Clay," a landmark short-story collection by the legendary Salvadoran writer known as Salarrué, he turned for inspiration to some unlikely sources: Mark Twain and the Coen brothers.
  • Family of Purdue shooting victim: Simply pray for Andrew

    Family of Purdue shooting victim: Simply pray for Andrew
    The family of Andrew Boldt, a student and teaching assistant who was shot to death in an electrical engineering building at Purdue University, asked for prayers for him as police on Wednesday investigated the killing, allegedly by a fellow teaching...

    Tom Laughlin dies at 82; filmmaker drew huge following for 'Billy Jack'

    Tom Laughlin dies at 82; filmmaker drew huge following for 'Billy Jack'
    Tom Laughlin, a filmmaker who drew a huge following for his movies about the ill-tempered, karate-chopping pacifist Billy Jack, died Thursday at a Thousand Oaks hospital. He was 82. He had been in failing health for several years, his daughter Teresa...

    Dorothy Kamenshek dies at 84; women's baseball league star

    Dorothy Kamenshek dies at 84; women's baseball league star
    Former New York Yankee first baseman Wally Pipp called Dorothy "Dottie" Kamenshek "the fanciest-fielding first baseman I've ever seen, man or woman." Spurred by the personal philosophy that "anything less than my best is failure," she was known to jump...

    Dr. William Lamers Jr. dies at 80; championed modern hospice care

    Dr. William Lamers Jr. dies at 80; championed modern hospice care
    "I'm not sick; I'm only dying," a friend told Dr. William Lamers Jr. The man had inoperable cancer and wanted to go home to die, but his doctor wouldn't let him out of the hospital. It was the early 1970s, when most people with incurable illnesses died...