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AQUARIUS: June 11-17 Wednesday, June 11
Almost 100 years ago, world-famous comedian Charlie Chaplin entered a Charlie Chaplin lookalike contest in San Francisco. He did his best to imitate himself, but it wasn’t good enough for the …
UNRAVELING MARLOWE Wednesday, June 11
Watching Bogie and Bacall in The Big Sleep at WJCT’s 3x5 Classic Film Festival this spring, I was inspired to check out all the other film incarnations of writer Raymond Chandler’s private …
TRUTH SOUNDS THE BEST Wednesday, June 11
Truth Sounds the Best This story was written with a little misinformation to the average reader in Jacksonville [Cover Story, “Trial by Fire,” Susan Cooper Eastman, May 28]. First, the …
TRINITY OF TALENT Wednesday, June 11
Actress Eva Matthews and artist Tony Wood join Jennifer Chase to bring a Catholic girl's story to life
WIN THE WAR ON COAL Wednesday, June 11
Finally, action — or something approximating it. Last week, after years of congressional dithering, the Obama administration proposed new regulations on coal-fired power plants that would …
PISCES: June 11-17 Wednesday, June 11
“The art of medicine consists in amusing the patient while nature cures the disease,” said French philosopher Francois-Marie Voltaire. Invoke that principle in the weeks ahead. You need to be …
CAPRICORN: June 11-17 Wednesday, June 11
Haggis is a Scottish pudding. According to the gourmet food encyclopedia Larousse Gastronomique, it has “an excellent nutty texture and delicious savory flavor.” And yet, to be honest, …
SAGITTARIUS: June 11-17 Wednesday, June 11
Novelist Herman Melville wrote that to create art, “unlike things must meet and mate.” Like what? “Sad patience” and “joyous energies,” for example; both are necessary, he said. …
SCORPIO: June 11-17 Wednesday, June 11
William Shockley was a Nobel Prize-winning physicist and co-inventor of the transistor. He also helped launch the information technology revolution, and was called “the man who brought silicon …
LIBRA: June 11-17 Wednesday, June 11
“You should be interviewing roses, not people,” says a character in Anne Carson’s book The Autobiography of Red. That’s sound poetic advice in the days ahead. More than you …
 
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