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Clubs/Organizations Dulaney Valley Woman's Club — meets at St. Paul's Lutheran, 1609 Kurtz Ave., Spangler Hall, second Tuesdays at noon. Meetings include lunch and speakers, presentations. Jan Smith 410-561-1129. Baltimore Orioles Junior Birding...
The sound of hundreds of people laughing uproariously at the Baltimore Book Festival on Saturday afternoon was elicited not by a stand-up comic but by an author whose most popular work has been frequently challenged and banned in recent years. Sherman...
Events for fall at Baltimore colleges Bo Burnham at Loyola: The off-color and politically incorrect YouTube sensation will serenade the Loyola community with some of his comedic ballads, such as "I'm Bo Yo" and "New Math." 9 p.m. Friday, Reitz Arena,...
Tribune reporterThe Great Digital Age and the Future of Publishing are the conversations that have now been beaten to death in publishing circles in the last few years. Nearly every literary festival has a panel or two devoted to this great and mysterious unknown and the...
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Things to know about our book club: Our book club began in Glenview during the big snow in 1967 when two mothers, snowed in with young children, decided to organize a neighborhood book club for much-needed intellectual stimulation. We started with six...
Times Staff WriterThe question is put to Robert Redford: Are the movies being screened at the Sundance Film Festival becoming too commercial? It is a complaint heard often around this snow-dusted resort town that annually plays host to America's largest celebration of...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday June 26, 1998 On the eve of July 4, 1976, a couple on Idaho's Coeur d'Alene Indian Reservation celebrate the bicentennial of the white man's independence with a lively party that ends in tragedy when their home catches fire, costing them...
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Times Staff WriterThe 1998 bittersweet comedy "Smoke Signals," drawn from stories by Sherman Alexie, was a groundbreaker -- both artistically, as a work of sophistication and maturity, and creatively, as the first feature film written, produced and directed by Native...
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Times Staff WriterWriter Sherman Alexie and director Chris Eyre joined forces in 1998 to make the bittersweet comedy "Smoke Signals," a groundbreaking work in Native American filmmaking. Alexie's bravura yet intimate "The Business of Fancydancing," his venturesome...
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