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  • Punk, hip-hop and rock are the focus of new photobooks

    As with all cultural revolutions, punk and hip-hop were at their most dangerous and fascinating in the beginning. It was also during the earliest moments that some of the best pictures were made of these musical movements as young artists shattered the rules and burned brightly in front of the lens.
  • Chen Man's 'East-West' at L.A. Louver stirs passions

    Chen Man's 'East-West' at L.A. Louver stirs passions
    “East-West,” Chen Man’s breakout exhibition of photographs and paintings at L.A. Louver, brings together a lot more than two halves of the globe and two media. Sex and power entwine in the 34-year-old’s potent photographs,...

    What's Next: Organizers of YA book festival plan YALLWEST for L.A.

    What's Next: Organizers of YA book festival plan YALLWEST for L.A.
    It started as a posse of bestselling YA authors appearing together at a literary festival in the culturally remote outpost of Charleston, S.C. That was in 2011, and now the annual event, known as YALLFest: The Charleston Young Adult Book Festival, has...

    Best-sellers: Hardcover fiction and nonfiction, plus Chicagoland hits

    HARDCOVER FICTION 1. "Gray Mountain" by John Grisham (Doubleday, $28.95). A lawyer from Manhattan is relocated to a small town full of secrets. Last week: 1 2. "Hope to Die" by James Patterson (Little, Brown, $29). The latest book in the Alex Cross...

    'The Boston Girl' by Anita Diamant is pleasant but lacks bite

    'The Boston Girl' by Anita Diamant is pleasant but lacks bite
    Anita Diamant is having a big December. Her new novel, "The Boston Girl," has been released right after the Lifetime premiere of "The Red Tent," based on her wildly successful 1997 debut. It's easy to write dismissively of Diamant — she's a...