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Opinion

Juan Williams: Songs of the Summer of 1963 . . . and 2013 8/26 Inline
Fifty years after the March on Washington, mystical memories of that seminal moment in the civil-rights era are less likely to focus on movement politics than on the great poetry and great music.

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A Different Therapy to Find Greater Happiness 8/26 Inline
Say the words “therapy session” and many people will picture an hour spent on a couch dredging up unhappy childhood memories. A different approach suggests that redirecting the focus onto the present and future can make people happier, healthier and lead to better relationships.

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Life and Style

The Granddaddy of the Political Cartoon 8/16 Inline
In stressful times, people dream of an earthly paradise, a bountiful place where care is banished and eternal happiness reigns. In the late Middle Ages, the ravages of warfare and plague in Europe gave rise to the legend of the Land of Cockaigne, where houses were tiled with pies, roast fowls flew into the mouths of yawning idlers, and cheese and boots grew on trees. The Renaissance painter Peter Bruegel the Elder, who made a career of setting venerable folk traditions in contemporary Flemish landscapes, painted a little masterwork based on this myth, which hangs in the Alte Pinakothek in Munich.

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20 Odd Questions With Interior Designer Suzanne Kasler 8/16 Inline
SHE MAY BE KNOWN for a delicately dusky color palette that evokes Monet’s water lilies or for her well-documented predilection for gilt furniture. But Atlanta-based interior designer Suzanne Kasler—whose second book, “Suzanne Kasler: Timeless Style” (Rizzoli), comes out Oct. 8—is concerned with much more than surface.

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The Priebus Ultimatum 8/14 Inline
To adapt the prayer: God grant Reince Priebus the serenity to accept liberal media bias, the courage to change who moderates presidential debates, and the wisdom to know the difference.

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Can the Light Set You Free? 8/14 Inline
Los Angeles and New York

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How Letters Got Their Orders 8/12 Inline
‘Take care that you never spell a word wrong,” wrote Thomas Jefferson to his daughter Martha in 1783. “It produces great praise to a lady to spell well.” Jefferson made a command of spelling sound as if it were a genteel accomplishment, akin to being able to embroider a handkerchief. But his sentiments are broadly familiar, and we all know of people who have suffered for their misspellings, from Dan Quayle with his insistence on “potatoe” to the mason who made two errors inscribing the name Julia Louis-Dreyfus on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

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