A collection of news and information related to Dante Alighieri published by this site and its partners.
Displaying items 1-12 of 16 » View latimes.com items only1 2 Next >
Doubleday has announced that it will be giving away free e-books of Dan Brown's international bestseller "The Da Vinci Code" this week. The free digital download is offered in celebration of the novel's 10th anniversary (to readers only in the U.S. and...
Tags: Culture, Book, Angels & Demons (movie), Dan Brown , Lincoln Center
This post has been updated, as indicated below. The decision by Pope Benedict XVI to resign is a reminder of some colorful and controversial moments in Roman Catholic Church history. The last pope to resign was Gregory XII, who gave up the papacy...
Jacket Copy11 books to take you through the endtimes - and beyond....
The Hero ComplexFor the last decade, Hollywood has been mining comic books and fantasy novels for its blockbuster source material, with Harry Potter, Spider-Man, Batman and Gandalf leading the vivid parade. Looking ahead, though, the next generation of box-office...
Cardinal Avery Dulles, a former professor at Catholic University in Washington, D.C., who was born into a family of elite Protestant diplomats and became one of the country's most prominent Catholic theologians, died Friday at an infirmary at Fordham...
Times Staff WriterMy family's first California home was a mental institution, so I never found it odd that our next one was a madhouse. Our parents purchased 1788 Belmont Lane 45 years ago, and my brother, Tim, was still living there two weekends back, when an avalanche of...
Tags: John Milton, Building Material, Family, Groucho Marx, Psychiatry
Paul GreenbergWhat? Do even Latin American caudillos die? Apparently, according to the latest and last medical bulletin on the health (or lack thereof) of Hugo Chavez, perpetually re-electable president of Venezuela. No doubt many Venezuelans are grieving at the...
Tags: Argentina, Venezuela, Hugo Chavez, Jimmy Carter, Elections
I’ve kept a journal since 1961. That’s when I first met Amia Davia. She was beautiful! I felt like Dante Alighieri, walking the streets of Florence in the 13th century and meeting Beatrice Portinari. That same evening, he wrote one of the...
Leonard PittsCHARLOTTE, N.C. -- In Dante Alighieri's "Divine Comedy," the narrator is conveyed to the gates of hell, upon which he finds a sign: "Abandon hope, all ye who enter here." This city is not hell. But a case can be made, as the Democratic Party convenes...
Miami Herald ColumnistIn Dante Alighieri’s "Divine Comedy," the narrator is conveyed to the gates of hell, upon which he finds a sign: "Abandon hope, all ye who enter here." This city is not hell. But a case can be made, as the Democratic Party convenes here to...
Orlando Arts BlogTod Caviness here, working from home with more gauze in my mouth than teeth. I'm pretty sure if dentistry had been around in Dante Alighieri's day, he'd have had the dentists in the Inferno somewhere – working as subcontracted torturers. - Big...
Mar 18, 2013 |Story| Los Angeles Times
Feb 11, 2013 |Story| Los Angeles Times
May 20, 2011 | Los Angeles Times
Feb 20, 2010 | Los Angeles Times
Dec 14, 2008 |Story| Los Angeles Times
Nov 6, 2003 |Story| Los Angeles Times
Mar 6, 2013 |Column| Tribune Media Services
Nov 29, 2012 |Story| La Cañada
Sep 5, 2012 |Column| Tribune Media Services
Sep 4, 2012 |Story| Aberdeen News
Jul 28, 2011 | Orlando Sentinel
Oct 27, 2010 |Story| Hola Hoy
Original site for Dante Alighieri topic gallery.