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  • Author from Newport News lands a blog on Huffington Post

    Author from Newport News lands a blog on Huffington Post
     Christopher Phillips, the best-selling author from Newport News, is now a Huffington Post blogger.  Phillips, a Menchville High School graduate whose books include "Socrates Cafe" and "Constitution Cafe," began a new blog at HuffPost earlier this month...
  • 'Wild Things' are at the Pratt Library

    'Wild Things' are at the Pratt Library
    That day, 2-year-old Max Nistico wore his wolf suit and made mischief of one kind and another and his mother called him "wild thing." So Max wasn't even a little bit surprised when he walked into the Enoch Pratt Free Library and found himself right in the...
  • From the Library Of... Danya Ruttenberg

    From the Library Of... Danya Ruttenberg
    "I was always kind of a nerdy kid," says Rabbi Danya Ruttenberg, scanning her extensive book collection in the Evanston condo she shares with her husband and sons. "Aha! Here it is," she says, pulling out the first book she ever wrote, a pastel-colored...
  • 2 movies try to unravel the mystery that is Algren

    2 movies try to unravel the mystery that is Algren
    Nelson Algren used to write books in and about Chicago. Though his name and reputation have diminished over the last decades, he lingers in the shadows. The Tribune has presented yearly literary awards for short stories in his name since 1981, though some...
  • Exhibit of forgeries shows off unprecedented collection at Peabody Library

    Exhibit of forgeries shows off unprecedented collection at Peabody Library
    It's hard not to admire their inventiveness, their refusal to be cowed by the stubborn and unyielding truth, their bravado and their nerve. The dozens of charlatans, schemers and impostors on display in "Fakes, Lies and Forgeries," an entertaining new...
  • Fuminori Nakamura's 'Last Winter, We Parted' blurs reality, invention

     Fuminori Nakamura's 'Last Winter, We Parted' blurs reality, invention
    "Last Winter, We Parted," the third novel by Japan's Fuminori Nakamura to appear in English, is crime fiction that pushes past the bounds of genre, occupying its own nightmare realm. The book begins with its narrator, an unnamed writer, interviewing a...
  • Book club shows, you can't judge a book by its reader

    Book club shows, you can't judge a book by its reader
    There's a new young adult book club in town. The only thing is, it's not for young adults. On the first Thursday of every month, Flintridge Bookstore and Coffeehouse hosts "Adults Who Read YA," a book club for people who enjoy works similar to Suzanne...
  • North and Northwest suburban event calendar Oct. 16-22

    Here's a look at upcoming events in the North and Northwest suburbs. Please call the venue in advance. To submit an event for consideration, please visit Thursday, Oct. 16 "Pleading for the Future: A Play": Watch the production based on the Leopold...
  • Check It Out: Roping in the reluctant reader

    As a librarian, one of my favorite things to do is to recommend books to children. There is something exciting about connecting a young person with the perfect book. This is not as easy as it sounds. Everyone's tastes are different. Sometimes it is...
  • 'Of All the Gin Joints' Book Party Welcomes Hemingways, Kennedys, Dylans

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - A well-connected crowd turned out Tuesday night at the Chateau Marmont to celebrate the launch for "Of All the Gin Joints," a lively compendium of Hollywood history, cocktail recipes and tales of famous drinkers. The book's...
  • Run (and laugh) at 3rd Runner's World Half & Festival

    Run (and laugh) at 3rd Runner's World Half & Festival
    There's nothing funny about running a half marathon. For most people, it takes months of hard work, sweat, aches and pains. And despite the desire to "just finish" a 13.1 mile run, there's the added pressure to meet your training goal or set a...