Critics may consider it odd, but Sen. Bob Graham keeps a meticulous daily log of mundane tasks for a reason. Someday, historians may be glad. Story
Sunday Journal: The year of moving dangerously
I had moved into the two-story pink stucco house on East Park Avenue mainly because of the rent: $375 a month, including utilities. In 1981 that had been a steep price for me, but I liked the mobility of no deposits and no lease, and the place had amenities.
Whatever Lola wants, Lola gets
It has been said that there is one perfect love match for everyone on earth. Could the same be true of cartoon collaborators?
American anthems lead new orchestra season
The first notes played by the Florida Orchestra under Stefan Sanderling when he officially becomes music director will be those of Stravinsky, or at least Stravinsky's arrangement of The Star-Spangled Banner.
In our own back yard
An occasional roundup of music by local artist
Local artist prepares for one-man show in Pittsburgh
Figures of fun
Deft wit and physical humor clothe the intellectual heart of Joan Miro's sculpture. No wonder these wry characters in bronze often became his whimsical studio companions.