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Last September, Congress passed a law allowing astronauts from the Mercury, Gemini and Apollo eras to resell any artifacts they received. Now many of them are doing just that. Beginning this afternoon Bonhams will hold a sale of 325 items, including many space artifacts. Among the highlights is a “maneuver card” from the Apollo 11 [Read More]
By Mick LaSalle San Francisco Chronicle “On the Road” opens today — you can read my review here. It’s Walter Salles’ film version of the Jack Kerouac novel. The promise of the open road . . . that was a fixture of American literature well before Kerouac. It goes back at least to HUCKLEBERRY FINN, the […] [Read More]
There’s room in big-time college sports for a Crimson that isn’t riding a Tide. Fourteenth-seeded Harvard’s first-ever March Madness victory Thursday, 68-62 over third-seeded New Mexico, is even more astounding when you consider this: –The team’s two co-captains withdrew from school at the start of the year because of the school’s huge cheating scandal, which [Read More]
The American Institute of Architects last week came out to defend famous architect Frank Gehry’s controversial design for a national memorial honoring President Dwight D. Eisenhower. Members of Eisenhower’s family have called Gehry’s design too extravagant. Others object to Gehry’s avant-garde approach, featuring statues of the president and World War II supreme Allied commander in [Read More]
Fabio turned 54 on Friday. While he’s off eating birthday cake, let’s have a little celebration of our own by looking through his old romance covers. [Read More]
Before she was hanging with fashion’s royalty, Victoria Beckham was a pop star with a propensity for tight dresses and an orange glow. But the former Spice Girl turned fashion designer is happy to to admit that’s all in the past. She recently told Hello!, “I don’t wear fake tan anymore. Sometimes I’ve been turned [Read More]