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Finding ‘A Very Kind Way’ To Lead Special Olympians

States around the country are hosting their regional Special Olympics games this summer. In New Jersey, the games’ opening ceremonies […]

New Fetal Genetics Test: Less Risk, More Controversy

The full genetic code of a fetus has been cracked. The technique, used by scientists at the University of Washington, […]

Abortion-Rights Advocates Pin Hopes On Defense Bill

Since Republicans took back the U.S. House in the 2010 elections, abortion has been a fairly constant theme. The House […]

‘Dark Horse’: Love Among The Deeply Damaged

For Abe (Jordan Gelber), there is one simple truth in life: “We’re all horrible people.” He articulates this insight in […]

‘Bel Ami’: Period Drama Skips The Small Talk

Words, words, words: Novels, especially 19th-century ones, are full of the damned things, which can be an inconvenience for filmmakers […]

In ‘Patagonia,’ Pristine Rivers And A Plan For Dams

The way the Andes divide Patagonia, Argentina gets most of the land and Chile most of the water. As shown […]

Paul Williams is ‘Still Alive,’ And Taking Every Gig

A diminutive giant of the 1970s, Paul Williams composed some of the decade’s sweetest and most enduring songs — including […]

Back To Woodstock, And To The Spirit Of The ’60s

Several characters in Peace, Love & Misunderstanding, a bland comedy about generational disconnect, read and worship Walt Whitman’s Leaves of […]

Calif. Schools Try Out A Gentler Form Of Discipline

Each school year, more than 700,000 California students — predominantly black and Latino — are suspended or expelled. Robert, a […]

New U.S. Poet Laureate: A Southerner To The Core

The United States named its 19th poet laureate today: Natasha Trethewey, a professor of English and creative writing at Emory […]

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