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  • Hartford Stage Has Its Hamlet

    Hartford Stage Has Its Hamlet
    Yale School of Drama grad Zach Appelman (Broadway's "War Horse," Julie Taymor's production of "A Midsummer Night's Dream" and the title role in "Henry V" at Washington, D.C.'s Folger Theatre) will star in the title role in Hartford Stage's "Hamlet."...
  • ‘Death-Defying Dr. Mirage': Jen Van Meter explores love, horror, heroes

     
    Valiant Comics’ latest superhero project, “The Death-Defying Doctor Mirage,” marks major steps for the publisher. It’s the first time a […]...
  • Tuesday's Bulletin Board

    Tuesday Bipolar/Depression Support, 6 to 7 p.m. at 9Muses ArtCenter, 7139 W. Oakland Park Blvd., Lauderhill. Free. Call 954-746-2055. Citizenship Exam Study, 6 p.m. at Helen B. Hoffman Library, 501 N. Fig Tree Lane, Plantation. Free. Call 954-797-2140....
  • Check It Out: Reading up on the Greatest Generation

    Nonfiction audiobooks offer compelling and listenable narratives on a variety of subjects. The following selections are true stories from World War II, from the beginnings of the Third Reich to D-Day, the Pacific and the end of the war. Some focus on...
  • David Mitchell on 'The Bone Clocks'

    David Mitchell on 'The Bone Clocks'
    On its surface, David Mitchell's "The Bone Clocks," the sprawling and unclassifiable new novel by the author of the best-selling "Cloud Atlas" (2004), is a page-turning, time-traveling sci-fi yarn designed to appeal to the "Dr. Who" set. It centers on...
  • In 'The Children Act,' Ian McEwan chronicles a marriage in crisis

    In 'The Children Act,' Ian McEwan chronicles a marriage in crisis
    Ian McEwan's most recent novel, "The Children Act," opens with a marital scene. "I need it," Jack tells his wife. "I'm fifty nine. This is my last shot. I've yet to hear evidence for an afterlife." "Fifty nine?" his wife snaps. "Jack, you're sixty!...
  • Science fiction roundup: 'Lock In,' others

    Science fiction roundup: 'Lock In,' others
    Lock In by John Scalzi, Tor, 336 pages, $24.99 John Scalzi is best known for his "Old Man's War" series of military space operas and his Hugo-winning parody of science fiction clich├ęs "Redshirts," so the gritty near-future police procedural "Lock In"...
  • James Ellroy talks up his new L.A. Quartet

    James Ellroy talks up his new L.A. Quartet
    Novelist James Ellroy prides himself on living in the past, and sometimes his obsessive backward gazing pays off. One lonely Saturday night a few years back, he stood at his window in the Ravenswood — the Art Deco apartment on Rossmore Avenue best...
  • Emmaus library offers story times, reading parties, other events in September

    Emmaus library offers story times, reading parties, other events in September
    From young children's story times and reading parties to "block parties" featuring building blocks and how to use them along with programs for adults, fall listings for upcoming literacy programs are available on the Emmaus Public Library website. For...
  • New venture El Jefe aims to bring novelists to TV

    New venture El Jefe aims to bring novelists to TV
    Even before FSG Originals had gotten Brian McGreevy's debut novel "Hemlock Grove" on shelves, it was announced that it was coming as a Netflix series. McGreevy didn't just sell the option; he's a producer on the show, along with his friend Lee Shipman....
  • Book Talk-Reporter seeks 'Kennedy Connection' in JFK-inspired thriller

    By Jill Serjeant NEW YORK, Sept 4 (Reuters) - Take a disgraced reporter desperate for a comeback and a tip about new evidence in the assassination of U.S. President John F. Kennedy and you have "The Kennedy Connection," a crime thriller written by a...