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  • Sen. Charles Grassley, also an Iowa Republican, derided the name of Feinstein's bill, the Respect for Marriage Act, as Orwellian.

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  • On Monday, Ingrid Lucia most famously of the Flying Neutrinos, and daughter of the even more legendary philosopher-adventurer-sage Poppa Neutrino brings her New Orleans Jazz Band to Feinstein's, which, as Harry Allen and Scott Hamilton showed last Monday, is increasingly a great place to get groovy.

    A Young Lion, All Grown Up

  • That's awfully vague, of course, especially compared to Feinstein's definitive statement.

    William Bradley: In the Shadow of bin Laden: The California Connection

  • But Feinstein's premature announcement of one of the biggest stories in recent memory is only one of the California connections to the demise of the legendary founder and leader of al Qaeda, who claimed credit for ordering the 9/11 attacks on America and eluded American forces for nearly a decade.

    William Bradley: In the Shadow of bin Laden: The California Connection

  • Not long after Obama became president and made Panetta his surprise pick to be the director of the Central Intelligence Agency -- over Feinstein's objections, as I wrote about at the time on the Huffington Post -- he charged him with a special mission.

    William Bradley: In the Shadow of bin Laden: The California Connection

  • At Feinstein's two years ago, Ms. Bonnett, talented beyond her 18 years, sang Cole Porter's "From This Moment On."

    Saving the Songbook

  • Their Feinstein's debuts are both available on YouTube.

    Saving the Songbook

  • The Michael Feinstein Great American Songbook Initiative includes a reference library, study space and listening room for researchers, in addition to storage space and a small gallery atop the Palladium, the complex's largest theater, where selections from Mr. Feinstein's collection—including Fred Astaire's dancing shoes and a player piano roll from George Gershwin's 1925 "Rhapsody in Blue"—have been displayed.

    Saving the Songbook

  • The second season of the "Michael Feinstein's American Songbook" series on PBS begins Friday.

    Saving the Songbook

  • Gershwin became Mr. Feinstein's mentor, teacher and employer.

    Saving the Songbook

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