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Sometimes, buying real estate can be a slow, deliberative process. Other times, it’s instinctive and quick. When Edward and Marsha Andrews decided they wanted to buy a particular house in Richmond’s Carillon neighborhood, it definitely fell into the second category.

And the house wasn’t even on the market.

When Dennis Hopper met Brooke Hayward on a Broadway stage in 1961, you wouldn’t have expected the two actors to connect, get married and help shape the cultural landscape of Los Angeles in the ’60s. Hopper was a wild card, a Method actor who’d made his Hollywood debut in “Rebel Without a Cause,” and at 24 had already earned a reputation as a stubborn maverick determined to be an artist in ...

If you don’t want to drop a ton of money on prints, browse museum collections that offer public domain images like @sincerelymolly. They’re high quality enough to get printed at a pharmacy.

St. LOUIS — The Holy Ghost is visible, chatty and even a quipster in a new comics collection by John Hendrix. Sometimes the Ghost wears headgear (Santa hat, football helmet, party cone). And he hangs out with a squirrel and a badger, who ask questions, or offer answers, about God, life and death. “It’s definitely the most personal work I’ve made,” Hendrix says. “Anytime you’re writing about ...

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