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  • Talking with Naja Marie Aidt about her short story collection 'Baboon'

    The Danish writer Naja Marie Aidt’s book of stories, “Baboon” (Two Lines Press: 190 pp., $12.95 paper), is an explosive collection; strange things happen to the characters, leading to unlikely twists, through which the borders of reality...
  • Review: 'Gone Girl' ★★★ 1/2

    David Fincher's film version of the Gillian Flynn bestseller "Gone Girl" is a stealthy, snake-like achievement. It's everything the book was and more — more, certainly, in its sinister, brackish atmosphere dominated by mustard-yellow fluorescence,...
  • Central Florida's comic-book, gaming stores are proliferating

    Central Florida's comic-book, gaming stores are proliferating
    LONGWOOD — Comic book and gaming stores of all shapes and sizes are thriving in Central Florida, with more than a dozen giving enthusiasts their pick of where to shop, play and mingle. With more than 11,500 square feet of space, the Acme...
  • ‘Afterlife With Archie': Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa talks horror, movie plans

     
    The spotlight was on Riverdale’s dark side during the “Afterlife With Archie” panel with writer and Archie Comics chief creative […]...
  • Tri-County Ongoing Events

    Tri-County Ongoing Events
    MIAMI-DADE COUNTY BASS BABIES Tuesdays. Children 2-4 and their caretakers interact with art through themed songs, gallery activities and art projects. Only one caregiver per child is allowed. 10-11:30 a.m., Bass Museum of Art, 2100 Collins Ave., Miami...
  • Science fiction author Bradbury's estate auction nets nearly $500,000

    By Eric M. Johnson Sept 26 (Reuters) - A portion of late science fiction author Ray Bradbury's estate, including George Bernard Shaw's garden spade and artworks both comedic and surreal, sold for $493,408 in California, the auctioneer said. Bradbury,...
  • 'The Short and Tragic Life' explores class, race amid struggle and wonder

    'The Short and Tragic Life' explores class, race amid struggle and wonder
    There's one word in the title of Jeff Hobbs' new biography of his friend Robert Peace that doesn't quite belong there: "tragic." "The Short and Tragic Life of Robert Peace: A Brilliant Young Man Who Left Newark for the Ivy League" tells the story of...
  • Should parents spank their children?

    Should parents spank their children?
    When your 3-year-old is throwing a tantrum in the supermarket or has poured his milk all over the floor, the urge to spank may be overwhelming. If you’ve ever given in to that urge, you’re not alone; research shows that up to 90 percent of...
  • Netflix struggles to win over skeptics in film-loving France

    Netflix struggles to win over skeptics in film-loving France
    As Netflix has spread its video streaming services around the globe, the company's been met with curiosity, skepticism and, at times, indifference. But none of the Silicon Valley giant's adventures abroad generated the mix of fear and anxiety that it...
  • Actor B.J. Novak's Brings His Unusual Children's Book To Madison

    Actor B.J. Novak's Brings His Unusual Children's Book To Madison
    You may know actor B.J. Novak from his hilarious role as Ryan the weasel-y temp on TV's "The Office,'' but he is a comedian, director, producer and author, too. Novak won praise for his debut story collection, "One More Thing: Stories and Other Stories"...
  • Leper colony novel would make great film, producer tells Greene fest

    BERKHAMSTED England (Reuters) - Writer Graham Greene's novel set in a leper colony in the Belgian Congo would make a great film, the producer of the 1999 film of Greene's "The End of the Affair" said. Stephen Woolley told the annual Graham Greene...