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Richard Poirier, a literary critic and writer who was one of the founders of the Library of America, a monumental effort to keep American literary classics in print and accessible to the reading public, died Aug. 15 at Roosevelt Hospital in New York. He...
Culture MonsterâKing Learâ tests the limits of how much human suffering can be encompassed in a drama. The eminent scholar A.C. Bradley called the play âthe most terrible picture that Shakespeare painted of the world.â Dr. Johnson was so shattered by......
Small, russet brown, and dotted with pockmarks, the Ashmead's Kernel apples grown organically by Windrose Farm in Paso Robles definitely won't win any beauty prizes. They do, however, have the most intense, complex flavor of any fruit in the world, strong...
Today's question: Is the so-called Gloucester teen-pregnancy pact an anomaly, an indication of something wrong with modern parenting or something else? Kerry Howley and Kay Hymowitz debate the politics of children. Later this week, they'll discuss...
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Given America's increasing obsession with teenage pregnancy over the last three decades, it's inevitable that sensational stories such as Gloucester High School's mythical pregnancy pact would generate a media frenzy. Ignited by Time magazine's June...
PAINSWICK, England The main road through this picturesque village says a great deal about the timeless quality of the Cotswolds, a region of low, rolling hills in England's West Country. A vision of tranquil English village life, the street is lined...
The Defense Department last week identified the following American military personnel killed in Iraq and Kuwait: Alejandro Ayala, 26, of Riverside; staff sergeant, Air Force. Ayala was killed Nov. 18 in a vehicle accident in Kuwait. He was assigned to...
Special to The TimesOctober 24, 2007 With this piece, we introduce a series of occasional articles in which contemporary writers look back at classic works of literature. Here, Jack Lynch, the author of "Becoming Shakespeare: The Unlikely Afterlife That Turned a...
So here's what happens. My dad asks if I want to go to London with him, and I say, "Sure, chap, totally," and before I know it, I'm walking down this London street, Gloucester, which is pronounced Glowster for some reason. Like my dad, this whole...
Times Staff WriterCruise to the frozen North to see coastal fiords, glaciers, Arctic wildflowers, polar bears and whales on a 15-day Audubon Society voyage to the west coast of Greenland and Canada's Baffin Island. The Aug. 24 journey begins with one night in Ottawa,...
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So how do you cook red amaranth? We love its leaves, with their spinach/pot-herb flavor, in clear broth with shreds of chicken or pork and rings of scallions. The red glow in the leaves seeps into the broth, turning it deep rose. I pick the leaves, also...
GLOUCESTER—Lunch for one fish might not be the same for the next fish. That's one thing Rylen Barnett, 13, of Gloucester, said he learned at the Virginia Institute of Marine Science's Marine Science Day on Saturday. The annual open house in...
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