Plus, an intriguing novel, new details about the Chilean miners, American Idol gossip, an exquisitely written memoir, and a biography of Augustine’s ConfessionsBy MICHAEL PETROU, DAFNA IZENBERG, CHARLIE GILLIS, JAIME J. WEINMAN, NICHOLAS KÖHLER, Brian Bethune9 min
I’m glad your article about “Oprah’s so-called experts” (Help, March 14) contained at least a passing reference to her allowing misinformed guests like Suzanne Somers and Jenny McCarthy to appear on her show. However, Winfrey’s promotion of their anti-scientific quackery should be the main focus of such an article.
CANADA’S NEWEST NATIONAL institution, the Canadian Museum for Human Rights in Winnipeg, isn’t scheduled to open until 2013, but it’s already a subject of controversy. Over the last decade, Gail Asper has shepherded the project from a far-fetched dream to an almost reality.By JONATHON GATEHOUSE6 min
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