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Jacket CopyMona Simpson's "My Hollywood," a layered, literary take on motherhood and nannyhood, enters the L.A. Times bestseller list this week at No. 11. Simpson, who lives in Santa Monica, told Susan Salter Reynolds about what inspired her to create Lola,......
Jacket CopyCarl Hiaasen (pictured, center) signs books after speaking at Track 16 Gallery in Bergamot Station on Tuesday night, when he graciously answered my questions in front of a full room. It was part of the new Live Talks Los Angeles......
Postcards from FloridaHere are a couple of reasons to visit Fairchild TropicalÂ Botanic Garden in Coral Gables: Free admission on Sundays: Enjoy Fairchild every Sunday in August for free. It's home to a tropical rainforest, view world class art andÂ dining at an award win...
Jacket CopyElizabeth Gilbert, devastated after her marriage failed, went to Italy, India and Indonesia to recover and to try to rediscover something about herself. Her immersion in food, faith and the paradise of Bali sounds like a pretty good start at......
Special to the Los Angeles TimesIn real life, good things happen to bad people, but Carl Hiaasen, an Old Testament moralist disguised as a comedian, arranges things differently in his novels. Retribution, hilarious but often gruesome, hounds the vacuous celebrities, crooked pols and...
Show TrackerClick here to download TV listings for the week of July 25 - 30 in PDF format This week's TV Movies Weekly TV Listings can also be downloaded here The Early Show (N) 7 a.m. KCBS Today Zac Efron; Carl......
Sentinel School ZoneÂ» Orlando Sentinel â Sentinel School ZoneAttention, book fans: UCF is hosting its inaugural book festival this weekÂ with dozens of events that are free and open to the public on Saturday. A ribbon-cutting ceremony kicks things off at 8:45 a.m. at the main festival site, UCF Arena. Book...
It used to be that the only adults who read young adult literature were those who had a vested interest -- teachers or librarians or parents who either needed or wanted to keep an eye on developing readers' tastes. But increasingly, adults are reading YA...
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The environmental movement may not yet have changed the world, but it has certainly changed the world of children's books. Hardly a science or nature book for kids fails to sound a warning about habitats, species and resources in danger. Where 10 years...
Mayo on the Side: Broward news columnist Michael Mayo | Sun-Sentinel BlogsThe bizarre case of Scott Rothstein, the Fort Lauderdale attorney whom federal authorities suspect of orchestrating a $1 billion Ponzi scheme, keeps getting stranger. As if it isn???t odd enough that Rothstein -- seen around town this week drinking...
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