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Jun.03.2012
NEOTERICART
Art Review — Richard Hunt: Mutable Currency Past and Present by Jeffery McNary   Richard Hunt: Mutable Currency Past and PresentMcCormick GalleryChicagoJune 1 – August 11, 2012www.thomasmccormick.com Richard Hunt’s sculpture is always, ‘upstairs’…whether it’s standing curbside, broadly on the face of a downtown private or public structure…it remains rich,...
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May.02.2012
By Michael McDonaldPosted April 18, 2012 function printPage() { popupBar("/publications/crb/article_print.asp?articleid=1929", 770, 500); } function emailPage() { popup2("/emailVersion/email_article.asp?articleid=1929", 720, 550); } A review of Letters from America, by Alexis de Tocqueville, translated by Frederick Brown; and Tocqueville's...
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Apr.13.2012
esquire
http://www.esquire.com/features/robert-caro-0512 The Big BookRobert Caro has spent thirty-eight years writing the biography of one man. The fourth volume of that work, like its three predecessors a giant achievement and certain best seller, is about to be published. But Caro is not done. The world and all that's in it has changed, and still Caro is not done. Time...
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Apr.12.2012
TLS
Elaine Showalter Sanford Schwartz, editorTHE AGE OF MOVIESSelected writings of Pauline Kael828pp. Library of America. $40.978 1 59853 109 1 Brian KellowPAULINE KAELA life in the dark417pp. Viking. £17.50 (US $27.95).978 0 670 02312 7Published: 11 April 2012   W hen Brian Kellow’s biography of Pauline Kael (1919–2001), probably the first biography of a film...
Mar.19.2012
Posted November 9, 2006   William Clark Styron Jr. William Clark Styron Jr. of Vineyard Haven and Roxbury, Conn., an acclaimed novelist, Pulitzer Prize winner, and one of the Vineyard's most distinguished literary figures, died on Nov. 1. Mr. Styron, who had been in ill health for some time, died of pneumonia. He was 81. He was born in 1925, in Newport...
Mar.19.2012
    William Clark Styron Jr. William Clark Styron Jr. of Vineyard Haven and Roxbury, Conn., an acclaimed novelist, Pulitzer Prize winner, and one of the Vineyard's most distinguished literary figures, died on Nov. 1. Mr. Styron, who had been in ill health for some time, died of pneumonia. He was 81. He was born in 1925, in Newport News, Va., the son...
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Mar.16.2012
BOSTON GLOBE
BOB RYAN ALBUQUERQUE - I saw a Harvard basketball team take the floor to play an NCAA Tournament game as its band played “10,000 Men of Harvard.’’ That alone may have been worth the trip. Winning was, of course, the goal, but beating this particular Vanderbilt team with the weapons at Harvard’s disposal was always a major reach, as even Crimson coach Tommy Amaker...
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Mar.14.2012
How the Irish Became White Art McDonald, Ph.D. Several weeks ago I participated in a three day anti-racism training workshop which was conducted here in Pittsburgh. The facilitators were Rev. Joe Brandt, Executive Director of Crossroads Ministry, and Ms. Barbara Jordan, a community organizer and educator from the Peoples Institute for Survival and Beyond, a...
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Mar.13.2012
NCAA Basketball Recruiting: Harvard Nets Top-100 Recruit This is what's important...this is why college athetics makes a difference!!  Use your ← → (arrow) keys to browse more storiesNext Photo Dave Keefer/espn.go.com Jeremy Lin’s alma mater, Harvard, looks to carry their run long past the 2012 NCAA basketball tournament, having received a verbal...
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Mar.13.2012
THE NEW YORKER
March 9, 2012When Harvard Men Couldn’t JumpPosted by Jeffrey Toobin It’ll soon be “Selection Sunday” for the Harvard basketball team—or, as we used to call it when I covered the Crimson, uh, Sunday. For the first time in the three-hundred-and-seventy-six-year history of the University, Harvard has earned an invitation to the N.C.A.A. basketball tournament by...