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  • Matt Weinstock, April 12, 1960

     
    An Escape to Nature There's this hideaway up near Lake Hughes and Sunday, responding to an urge to get away from mundane affairs, a group of weekend pioneers, equipped with enough picnic lunch for twice their number, headed there. We drove up the Ridge...
  • No Protestant need apply?

     
    Almost 40 years ago, Peter Schrag wrote a book called "Decline of the WASP." Little did he know. Belatedly, pundits are speculating about the possibility that, once Justice John Paul Stevens is replaced, the Supreme Court will be not only WASPless but...
  • Gold Derby nuggets: 'Twilight' stars boon to kudocasts | Oscars book producer and dancers | BAFTAs boot TV writers

     
    • Brooks Barnes wonders, "If awards shows are experiencing a renaissance, why are the Globes struggling?" His answer: "NBC is no longer a ratings powerhouse. Because of the saturation of celebrity news coverage, the telecast’s primary draw -- a room...
  • Little swagger in plans for Bush presidential library

     
    George W. Bush was a lightning rod of a politician. His presidential library is meant to be anything but. Architectural plans released today for the $250-million, 225,000-square-foot George W. Bush Presidential Center, to be built at Southern Methodist...
  • Is a $26,000 UC education still a deal?

     
    That's $26,000 for a single year at a University of California campus, not the four usually needed to graduate. The UC Board of Regents voted today to increase basic education fees for undergraduates by 32% to more than $10,000 for the 20010-11 academic...
  • George Parros blog: the thrill of victory, and lessons learned in the Ivy League...

     
    Ahhhh sweet victory! I come to the blog-reader faithful with tales from the victor's locker room. I can't describe how nice it was to break our losing streak against the Tampa Bay Lightning on Thursday night at Honda Center. Maybe......
  • Matt Weinstock, Nov. 27, 1959

     
    Another panel you'll never see in the legacy sitcom version of "Peanuts." Dog's Day in the Sun Inasmuch as the subject was brought up here, it's only fair that we have a final report on Glenn Shahan's miniature schnauzer, Henry. It may be recalled that...
  • IRAN: Intelligence Ministry blacklists Yale and dozens of other Western institutions

     
    Yale University is among 60 "subversive" international organizations stirring up Iran's political discord as part of a plot backed by the United States, Britain and Israel to undermine the Islamic Republic, Iran's Ministry of Intelligence and Security...
  • Theater review: 'Parade' at the Mark Taper Forum

     
    Jason Robert Brown???s entrancing Tony-winning score for ???Parade,??? the 1998 musical he wrote with playwright Alfred Uhry (whose book also won a Tony), throws patches of suggestive light on a dark historical episode. Music may be inherently abstract,...
  • Boys in Progress at DNJ Gallery

     
    As the youngest of four children and the only girl, Jona Frank spent a fair amount of her youth forced to sit, and watch her older brothers at hockey games, piano recitals or at church as they served Mass as......
  • KaChing aims to shake up the mutual fund industry

     
    Silicon Valley startup kaChing hopes to take on the mutual fund industry by rating stock-pickers as "geniuses" based on an investing IQ, and then letting investors follow them. It's got big time backing but big time hurdles....