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Reuters(Repeats with no changes to text) * Renaissance cleric first wrote "America" on 1507 map * Resonance with current climate of "geo-enabled" devices * Google, Apple, Facebook looking at mapping apps By Deborah Zabarenko WASHINGTON, May 18 (Reuters) -...
ReutersWASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama's White House fought and lost a battle to avoid making public what it claimed were confidential records of internal deliberations over the attack on a U.S. diplomatic post in Benghazi, Libya last September....
Carole King seems to have fans in high places: The singer-songwriter's life will be staged with an eye toward Broadway, and next week her oeuvre will be honored at the White House. Officials announced Friday that President Obama will host a star-studded...
Leonardo DiCaprio is one of a handful of actors who have portrayed F. Scott Fitzgerald’s tragic protagonist “The Great Gatsby” in film and TV over the last 87 years. Warner Baxter, who won the best actor Oscar as the Cisco Kid in the...
WethersfieldWethersfield Library, 515 Silas Deane Highway, Wethersfield is pleased to announce that Dr. Gina Barreca, professor, writer and humorist, will be the guest speaker at the 2013 Adult Summer Reading Program kick-off. Join us Monday, June 10 at 7 p.m. in...
ReutersMay 08 (TheWrap.com) - Harvey Weinstein's hopes of getting Congress to enact a royalty-based compensation system for movie clips played on the web so far appears to be a long shot. None of the movie industry trade associations are rushing to champion...
FrameworkAnne Wilkes Tucker is currently the Gus and Lyndall Wortham Curator of Photography at The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston where she has worked since 1976. She founded the Photography Department at the museum that now has a collection of over 28,000...
It was a happy day for me when, years ago, the Little Professor Book Center opened in Lakewood Mall. It was an equally sad day when it recently closed its doors. In today's environment, a small bookstore has one big problem and one insurmountable...
Tags: Literature, U.S. Congress, Politics, Book, E-Commerce Industry
On Feb. 25, 17-year-old Nathaniel Joseph Paradis earned the highest rank to be attained in the Boy Scouts of America. He became the 29th Eagle Scout of Boy Scout Troop 899 in Fallston. Nathaniel's Eagle Scout service project entailed leading interview...
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New Milford"All About Hue II," a new exhibit opening May 4th at the Gregory James Gallery, New Milford, is a celebration of color - and the 90th birthday of featured artist Ralph Della-Volpe. Known primarily for his work as a colorist, Della-Volpe, whose birthday...
Tags: Lehigh University, Education, Fine Artists, Museums, Long Island
Frank Capra is best known for the three films for which he won the directing Oscar — 1934's "It Happened One Night," 1936's "Mr. Deeds Goes to Town" and 1938's "You Can't Take It With You" — and the ultimate Christmas flick, 1946's "It's a...
Organist and Hollywood historian Ben Model says silent films offer a cinematic experience like no other. "Silent films weren't designed or shot with the intention of being shown on anything but the big screen," he says. "If you watch them on a TV set or,...
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