- GothamistMay 13 11:13 AM
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- Los Angeles TimesMay 18 12:22 PM
I spent part of last week sitting on airplanes, which means I got a lot of reading done. This is what planes are good for, perhaps the only thing they’re good for — that strapped into a seat, flying south to north or coast to coast, we have, for a few hours anyway, time enough to read.
- The GuardianMay 07 02:30 AM
It’s bitchy, fun and avoids the worst of the publishing industry’s most recent cliches We are at what seems like a low point in the history of book titles. Good titles are hard to find, but they make all the difference. Take Timothy Caulfield’s new book Is Gwyneth Paltrow Wrong About Everything? On the strength of the jacket blurb, I would not be overly interested in reading it. But that title ...
- VultureMay 06 05:17 AM
Harold Bloom is 84 and a little under the weather. He is one of Yale’s more famous professors (where he’s been teaching for 60 years) and the author of dozens of books (including an anthology for “Extremely Intelligent Children”), many of them best sellers, many of them fascinating and enlightening, ... More »
- NPRMay 11 11:13 AM
Indian director Satyajit Ray first came to prominence in the '50s with the three films known as The Apu Trilogy . John Powers says that even half a century later, the films "still expand our horizons."
- Hartford CourantMay 10 01:57 PM
HARTFORD — The Trinity women's lacrosse team's season of transition has yielded the usual results and opportunities.
- Kane County ChronicleMay 13 03:45 AM
St. Charles resident Russ Devereaux, 27, was at the St. Charles Arts Council open house when he answered 12 questions for the Kane County Chronicle’s Brenda Schory.
- AFP Relax News via Yahoo! NewsMay 11 02:49 AM
Harper Lee, Stephen King, Sophie Kinsella... whatever your desire, from tackling a new classic to cracking open a guilty pleasure, we've got suggestions for a few soon-to-release novels to pack in your getaway bag this summer. This much-awaited book was written before Lee's only published novel, "To Kill a Mockingbird," and follows the latter's Scout Finch as an adult on a trip to visit her ...
- The RecordApr 28 06:01 AM
The play speculates on the artist's death.
- Kingsport Times-NewsMay 07 06:51 AM
At 12:37 a.m. on May 21, it will be the first time in more than three decades that David Letterman is not on television.When the gap-toothed host signs off from the “Late Show” for the final time, it will create not only a gaping hole in viewing habits but also a huge emotional void for longtime fans. As the May 20 finale approaches, viewers will have to come to grips with the fact that it’s the...
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