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In 2006, Kristen Miller spent 62 days at the Cleveland Clinic, five of which while conscious with her chest open and a balloon pumping her blood. Now she faces another heart operation.
After the speed of New York and the superficiality of southern Florida, a writer finds a refreshing rhythm in our streets — then, after losing her job, must fight to remain in the city she loves.
Michael Scharf helps courts throughout the world punish those responsible for torture and genocide. His latest book, Enemy of the State, recounts his work as an adviser for the trial of Saddam Hussein.
The writing of Mark Twain continues to fuel actor Hal Holbrook’s long-running one-man show.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony comes home April 4, bringing Run-D.M.C., Metallica and Jeff Beck to Public Hall. Here’s a guide to the ’09 performer honorees and how you can join the celebration in the week leading up to t
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