Plus, a chef who got tongue cancer, why globalization is a zero-sum game, a new Allison Pearson novel, a Madoff victim’s recovery and Chinese fortunate sons’By JAIME J. WEINMAN, ANNE KINGSTON, Brian Bethune, ANNE KINGSTON, JOANNE LATIMER, Brian Bethune9 min
Q: The Adjustment Bureau is the second coincidence-riddled romance you’ve made in the past year, following Clint Eastwood’s Hereafter. Do you believe that people are fated to be together? A: I think it’s probably a coincidence. In terms of Hereafter, if Clint calls me up and offers me anything I’ll go do it.By Brian D. Johnson8 min
Egyptians not only brought on a revolutionary change in the world, but also showed the world how it is done (“New world order,” International, Feb. 28). Standing in front of live bullets and giving their lives is what brings change. In North America, every protest is overshadowed by a cartoonish incident that makes more headlines than the actual reason for the protest.
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