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Contributing writerRobby Henson says he knows period history films cut against the grain of Hollywood — they don’t fit nicely into the popcorn-movie category for teen audiences. “But a good story is what the best screenplays are based on, and history...
WMMT-FM is the community radio station of Appalshop Inc., located in Whitesburg, deep in the coal fields of central Appalachia. We serve about 50 counties in rural Kentucky, Virginia, Tennessee, North Carolina and West Virginia through our FM broadcast...
In his Cold War-era novel, “1984,” George Orwell’s character Syme explains to Winston the language of the totalitarian society: “Don’t you see that the whole aim of Newspeak is to narrow the range of thought? …...
Tags: Journalism, David Brooks, Sociology, Elections, Republican Party
Congressional Republicans are all aflutter with the perceived opportunity given them last week to defund the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB), particularly its radio branch, National Public Radio (NPR). Ambush journalist Michael O’Keefe,...
Only a few weeks into his six-year term as U.S. Senator from Kentucky, Rand Paul has gone off the tracks. He’d been putting the coal to the engine of the crazy train throughout his campaign, piling one embarrassing media disaster upon another, but...
We seem to have entered an era of government snooping and censorship unsurpassed even by the dismal standard set four decades ago by President Richard Nixon. In recent days, we have discovered that the Internal Revenue Service targeted conservative...
Staff writerOrlando's WUCF-Channel 24 is part of a public TV station group that aims to consolidate broadcast operations in a single master control in Jacksonville. The 11-station group, called the Digital Convergence Alliance, has received a $7 million grant...
I'm a step closer to Trusted Traveler status. In a post that ran May 17, I wrote that I had received conditional approval for the Trusted Traveler program as part of the Global Entry system but that the earliest available appointment was Aug. 6....
Los Angeles Times Travel editorIf you’re waiting…and waiting…for an interview appointment to complete your application for the Global Entry fast-pass-through-customs program, help may be at hand. In a blog post Monday, I explained that I had been conditionally...
Sitting across from his son Peter in a warmly lit booth at the Chicago Cultural Center earlier this month, Chester Konopacki gave slow, careful answers about his childhood on his family's farm in Eastern Poland. He recalled he was tending horses one night...
It is the Oscar celebration for the culinary world. Known as the Friends of James Beard Benefit Dinner, an annual tribute to the culinary arts named for the late famous American chef was presented May 1 in Costa Mesa at the incomparable AnQi by...
On Tuesday night, if you tune into PBS' one-hour special "TED Talks Education," you'll see host John Legend and an array of prominent speakers, including Bill Gates, giving impassioned talks about ways to reinvent education. You'll also see Chicago's...
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