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In addition to writing in every imaginable medium from poetry to fiction to librettos, Gertrude Stein is well-known for nurturing the careers of some of America's biggest writers. Less well-known is Stein's impact on the visual arts.
In 1987, The Washington Post published a three-part series on the sons of Ernest Hemingway, written by then-staff writer Paul Hendrickson. During the intervening decades and several books later, the Hemingways continued to germinate in the author's mind.
The lady with the crazy hat is back, 106 years after she scandalized Parisians. Nearby is another woman of scandal, reclining naked, her body strangely contorted and tinted blue.
As it marks its 400th anniversary this year, the King James Bible is suddenly a trending topic, the focus of a surge of scholarly, curatorial and public interest that includes a fascinating new exhibit at the Folger Shakespeare Library.
For three decades after Leonard Lyons started writing his syndicated column for the New York Post in 1934, many people savored what he had to tell them about the great and famous in the Lyons Den.
Look out X-Men, karate-chopping pandas and the gang from "The Hangover." A neurotic auteur has you in his bespectacled sights. Woody Allen's "Midnight in Paris" beat those summer blockbusters last weekend to up its box office tally to more than $34 million domestically.
''Parlez-moi d'amour." Speak to me of love. This is Paris and the language is love — crazy love — amid the creative folly of a city whose ethereal beauty and bawdy underside spell magic.