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Kate and William Join Queen for Coronation Anniversary Service

4 June 2013 5:20 AM, PDT | | See recent news »

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge returned to Westminster Abbey, the grand setting of their wedding, Tuesday as they helped celebrate the 60th anniversary of Queen Elizabeth's coronation. Under the clear blue skies of early summer sunshine - Coronation Day June 2, 1953, was cloudy and gray - the 55-minute service brought the Royals together - including Prince Philip, 91, who was a welcome sight after he sat out a Monday evening engagement because he didn't feel well. For the occasion, mom-to-be Kate wore a bespoke soft-peach silk jacket and dress (with silver grey ribbon detail) by Jenny Packham, with a Jane Taylor »

- Simon Perry and Monique Jessen

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John Ostrander: Comics Writing Lessons from Shakespeare

12 May 2013 5:00 AM, PDT | | See recent Comicmix news »

When asked my influences, I invariably add William Shakespeare which may seem a bit pompous. Shakespeare? Really? (Aside: this column is not going to deal with the whole “Who Really Was Shakespeare?” debate. If you want to believe someone other than Shakespeare wrote Shakespeare’s play, you go ahead. It’s not germane and, frankly, I’ve read as much on the subject as I care to and so far as I’m concerned, Shakespeare wrote Shakespeare’s plays. End of discussion.) Please note I am not comparing myself to Shakespeare; simply that I’ve learned some things about writing from him.

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Theme is tied to plot. There are famous speeches and soliloquies in Shakespeare, where the character stops to speak his or her mind, none more famous than the “to Be Or Not Be” speech in Hamlet. The action, however, doesn’t just come to a stop »

- John Ostrander

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