01/11/2013 12:43amEvan S. Connell gained some attention via his better known books, but the acclaimed author was well-known and regarded fondly by students of literature, critics, and others as an adventurous writer whose body of work reflected a diversity of interests.
01/11/2013 8:10amPatients in hospital beds; star-struck teenagers in a TV show audience; pupils at a school for troubled girls; a 10-year-old autograph hunter.
01/11/2013 8:59amMiss North Dakota and Miss Washington have picked up prizes in the third day of preliminary Miss America competition in Las Vegas.
01/11/2013 9:09amPhilanthropist and former Wall Street money manager Michael Steinhardt began collecting objects of Jewish history and culture three decades ago, eventually amassing a trove of manuscripts, textiles and art worth millions of dollars.
01/11/2013 9:16amIt's a virtual law, maybe even a commandment, of all literature classes: Write what you know. Don't forget to write what you know. Playwright Quiara Alegria Hudes agrees _ up to a point.
01/11/2013 9:38amIt's a heartfelt public art installation: A Valentine's Day sculpture will be made with New York and New Jersey boardwalk planks damaged by Superstorm Sandy.
01/11/2013 11:44amThe Duchess of Cambridge seems to like her first official portrait, which is lucky for the artist. Many critics don't.
01/11/2013 1:29pmA federal judge in Rhode Island has told lawyers for the oldest synagogue in the United States and the nation's first Jewish congregation not to speak with the media about lawsuits they've brought against each other.
01/11/2013 1:53pmArtist Jorge Selaron may have taken his own life by setting himself on fire on the very steps of his masterpiece, a brilliantly colored public staircase that became a symbol of Rio de Janeiro, the homicide police chief said Friday.
01/11/2013 5:33pmA trial date has been set for a federal lawsuit brought by the fired director of the Broadway show "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" after a settlement agreement fell through.
01/11/2013 7:48pmThe video game industry, blamed by some for fostering a culture of violence, defended its practices Friday at a White House meeting exploring how to prevent horrific shootings like the recent Connecticut elementary school massacre.
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