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William Morris

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  • Stars test the waters with hydrogen cars

    Stars test the waters with hydrogen cars
    Oscar-winning writer and director Paul Haggis owns four Toyota Priuses and is high on the waiting list to buy a $100,000 Tesla electric roadster. But when he heard about the new Honda FCX Clarity, a hydrogen-powered car that gets 270 miles on a tank and...
  • At Sundance, it's a buyer's market

  • The Los Angeles Times to Host Exclusive "Translating the Transition: An Inaugural Exchange"

    LOS ANGELES, January 7, 2009 – Bringing together business, labor, civic, cultural and thought leaders, the Los Angeles Times (latimes.com) has assembled an eclectic and provocative panel for their exclusive "Translating the Transition: An Inaugural...
  • Layoffs hit William Morris

    Layoffs hit William Morris
  • William Morris + Endeavor: one less won't mean twice as much

    William Morris + Endeavor: one less won't mean twice as much
  • William Morris, Endeavor set to form new agency powerhouse

    William Morris, Endeavor set to form new agency powerhouse
  • 'Rebirth of a Nation' by Jackson Lears

    'Rebirth of a Nation' by Jackson Lears
    Jackson Lears is a formidable, compellingly original cultural and intellectual historian. In "No Place of Grace: Antimodernism and the Transformation of American Culture, 1880-1920," Lears skillfully delineated the role of aesthetic radicals -- notably...
  • 'The Legend of Sigurd and Gudrún' by J.R.R. Tolkien

    Why is Brunnhilde so angry? Many have tried -- Wagner and English poet William Morris among them -- to explain what made the most famous Valkyrie of Norse legend rage against her beloved Siegfried, but it's an enduring mystery: The eight pages of the...
  • 'Hidden Talent: The Emergence of Hollywood Agents' by Tom Kemper

    'Hidden Talent: The Emergence of Hollywood Agents' by Tom Kemper
    Hollywood agents, that most despised of human specimens, of which I was one, are as indispensable as the rabies vaccine, which kills as easily as it cures. Although in one form or another agents, as the middlemen brokers of human talent, have existed...
  • 'Charles Dickens' by Michael Slater

    'Charles Dickens' by Michael Slater
    This has turned out to be a bang-up year for literary biography, with notable new accounts of the lives of Arthur Miller, John Cheever, Arthur Koestler and, particularly, Joseph Frank's magisterial single-volume distillation of his long years of work on...
  • Venice’s green cube

    Venice’s green cube
    By Debra Prinzing The exterior walls of the new wing of the Bricault family's Venice home are clad in sedums and other succulents, which soften the contemporary architecture so it looks like a plush, verdant floating cube. Paul Bricault likes the way the...