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  • Dennis Lehane drinks in some sunlight

    Dennis Lehane drinks in some sunlight
    Dennis Lehane is one of Boston's best-known writers. Born and raised in the community of Dorchester (or, as he would pronounce it, "Dorchestah"), he's got a Bostonian no-nonsense, tough-guy edge, and his books, including "Mystic River" and the six-book...
  • Filmmaker Jean-Jacques Annaud goes from outcast to ally in China

    In his 1997 film "Seven Years in Tibet," French director Jean-Jacques Annaud didn't mince words about the Chinese Communist Party. The based-on-a-true-story movie, starring Brad Pitt as an Austrian mountaineer who befriends the adolescent Dalai Lama in...
  • Sculptor Invites Writers To Tell The Stories Of Her Works At Real Art Ways

    Sculptor Invites Writers To Tell The Stories Of Her Works At Real Art Ways
    While walking through an art gallery, it's easy to wonder what the artworks would be thinking if they were real people. What their stories are. What their gripes are. Why they have those looks on their faces. Why they're carrying those bundles, what's...
  • Dorie Greenspan, 'Holiday Cookies' cookbook among IACP award finalists

    Dorie Greenspan, 'Holiday Cookies' cookbook among IACP award finalists
    The world loves cookies. "Holiday Cookies," the Chicago Tribune's compilation of more than 100 winning recipes from its annual cookie contest, is a finalist for the 2015 International Association of Culinary Professionals cookbook awards. The annual...
  • South Windsor edition community news

    Vendors wanted for Paws in the Park SOUTH WINDSOR - The annual Paws in the Park is now accepting vendors. This free event will take place Saturday, May 2, from 9:30 a.m. – 3 p.m. at Nevers Park in South Windsor. The event includes many...
  • Indie spotlight: Pushkin Press

    Indie spotlight: Pushkin Press
    When Wes Anderson's "The Grand Budapest Hotel" won Oscars for its costumes, makeup, score and production design, it swept something else along in its winning tide: Austrian writer Stefan Zweig. The long-deceased author, who wrote in German, penned the...
  • From the archives: A review of E.L. Doctorow's 'Ragtime'

    From the archives: A review of E.L. Doctorow's 'Ragtime'
    Editor's note: On March 12, the National Book Critics Circle will present its 40th annual awards in six categories — fiction, nonfiction, autobiography, biography, criticism and poetry. This week, we look back to a 1975 Tribune review of the first...
  • Review: 'World Gone By' by Dennis Lehane

    Review: 'World Gone By' by Dennis Lehane
    "I f—ing love being a gangster!" says Rico, one of the lower-level crime bosses in Dennis Lehane's terrific "World Gone By." Now, there's something you never hear the gloomy dons in "The Godfather" and "The Sopranos" utter. Rico doesn't just love...
  • Highlights at this year's Story Week

    Highlights at this year's Story Week
    Story Week is easy to love. Presented by the Columbia College Department of Creative Writing — this year March 15-21 — the annual festival features seven days of readings, publishing panels and writing workshops, all of which are free and open...
  • Enfield edition community news

    Elmira College Dean's List EAST WINDSOR - Madison Carolus '18, of the Broad Brook section of East Windsor, was named to the Dean's List for Academic Achievement for the fall 2014 term at Elmira College. The Dean's List recognizes students that have a...
  • New in paperbacks: Phil Klay's National Book Award-winning 'Redeployment'

    New in paperbacks: Phil Klay's National Book Award-winning 'Redeployment'
    Redeployment by Phil Klay, Penguin, 291 pages, $16 Winner of the 2014 National Book Award, "Redeployment" is a collection of short, fictional stories about the war in Iraq and its consequences told from multiple perspectives, including that of soldiers,...