Kick up your heels, tickle those taste buds, enjoy some classic movies and cars, and chat with the critters this weekend with a variety of events in Grayson and Fannin Counties.
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Alaa Al Aswany opens his new novel, “The Automobile Club of Egypt,” with two framing devices.
William Jay Smith, who wrote poetry with classical precision and childlike whimsy and who was a globe-trotting poetry consultant to the Library of Congress for two years, died Aug. 18 at a hospital in Pittsfield, Mass. He was 97.
Anna Kashfi, an actress who played exotic beauties on screen and who went through a brief, turbulent marriage to Marlon Brando, has died at a care center in Woodland, Wash. She was 80.
ORLANDO, Fla. — Walt Disney Company and its attorneys are battling a request to have one of its top executives sit for a deposition in controversial lawsuits over disabled access to theme park attractions.
If you’re feeling the summer blues as August begins its downhill slope straight to fall, there’s one word that can cheer you up as the temps begin to go down: boots.
In the late 1970s Tony Gleaton was immersed in the glossy world of New York fashion photography, aspiring to craft images for major magazines. “I used to live and die between the pages of British Vogue,” he once recalled with chagrin.
CHICAGO — At National Cinema Security offices in New York, the calls typically begin in the days after a theater shooting.
Two men were injured in a helicopter crash Saturday during the filming of a reality television show in Grimes County, Texas, authorities said.
Merl Reagle, the imaginative and irrepressibly amusing verbal virtuoso who created the crossword puzzles published each week in The Washington Post Magazine and in many other newspapers, died Aug. 22 in a hospital in Tampa, Florida. He was 65.