Photographer pictures diverse life
When Dwayne Culpepper was a child, he took photos of anything and everything. Today, he brings that same enthusiasm to his work as a professional photographer who shoots everything from models to motorsports.
American Road Trips for a New Year
A road trip is the ultimate getaway. Head for parts unknown with a friend, maps, and a cooler, but without much of a plan, and see what develops.
Former Times editor looks back at 100
Virginia Culpepper has a framed copy of her birth announcement. The card and envelope are yellowed, though the wording remains legible. The envelope bears the address of her uncle, Beverly Broun, an attorney in Charleston, W.Va.
‘47 Ronin’ already had enough
Our reviewer takes a look at "47 Ronin."
Review: ‘Mr. Banks’ saves holiday movies
“Saving Mr. Banks” is superior because of one person in particular, two-time Oscar winner Emma Thompson. She is moving as Pamela Lyndon Travers, the Australian-born British novelist who gave readers Mary Poppins.
Do the ‘American Hustle’
Movies are great for certain reasons.
The True Skinny of Christmas
A New Year in Art
Colson Calendar 2014 features fine art and a new look
Latest ‘Hobbit,’ desolate entertainment
Movie Reviews: "The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug," "Out of the Furnace"
Dial-a-Carol a holiday tradition at Univ. of Illinois
The phones are jingling off the hook at Dial-a-Carol, a student-run project on the University of Illinois’ Champaign campus.
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