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  • Book Events: Stowe Center Talks About Race, R.J. Julia About Love Stories

    Book Events: Stowe Center Talks About Race, R.J. Julia About Love Stories
    Author, essayist and UConn professor William Jelani Cobb will speak at a free Salon at Stowe event on Thursday, April 30, at 5 p.m. at the Harriet Beecher Stowe Center, 77 Forest St., Hartford. The Center's executive director, Katherine Kane, will be...
  • Theater: 'Shrek' and 'Frankenstein' hit Lehigh Valley stages

    Join wise-cracking ogre Shrek and his loyal steed Donkey as they set off on a quest to rescue the beautiful Princess Fiona, who harbors a secret in "Shrek: The Musical." It's presented the next two weekends by Catasauqua Area Showcase Theatre at...
  • Review: 'True Story'

    Review: 'True Story'
    "True Story" is a case of a well-crafted film, made by a first-time feature director with an impressive theatrical pedigree, that nonetheless struggles to locate the reasons for telling its story. That story comes from the 2005 memoir by Michael Finkel,...
  • Reviews: 'I Refuse' and 'Ashes in My Mouth, Sand in My Shoes' by Per Petterson

    Reviews: 'I Refuse' and 'Ashes in My Mouth, Sand in My Shoes' by Per Petterson
    The Norwegian author Per Petterson's new novel, "I Refuse," bears a clear resemblance to his sensationally popular 2003 novel, "Out Stealing Horses," published in the United States in 2007, the book that propelled him to international fame. Both feature...
  • Hillary Clinton bases campaign headquarters in Brooklyn neighborhood

    Hillary Clinton bases campaign headquarters in Brooklyn neighborhood
    Clinton, meet Clinton. Hillary Rodham Clinton, that is, the presidential contender whose decision to base her campaign headquarters in a building abutting Clinton Street has stirred some excitement in a place that prides itself on being as cool as an...
  • Review: 'The Brothers' by Masha Gessen

    Review: 'The Brothers' by Masha Gessen
    "How could they do this?" When a bomb goes off, killing three and wounding 264, that's the question we all ask. It's a question we ask over and over, whenever shocking acts of violence are committed; we rarely get answers — and when we do, they...
  • Why 'Mockingbird' won't die

    Why 'Mockingbird' won't die
    Until a week or so ago, Harper Lee was the model of literary reticence. In the 55 years since the publication of her "To Kill a Mockingbird," she had settled into silence, firmly resisting the pleas of her many admirers for a second book. All that...
  • Harper Lee: What's wrong with a one-hit wonder?

    Harper Lee: What's wrong with a one-hit wonder?
    I’m not sure what to make of Casey N. Cep’s piece about Harper Lee’s abandoned true-crime book over at the New Yorker’s Page Turner blog. On the one hand, it tells a fascinating story of a potential mass murderer, who was...
  • Condo marks 50 years on the Mile

    Condo marks 50 years on the Mile
    A well-known icon of the Galt Ocean Mile just turned 50 years old. The Fountainhead Condominium on A1A at the southern edge of Lauderdale by-the-Sea has been reigning since Lyndon Johnson was president. But residents are not touchy about their...
  • Contemporary 'Reverberation' At Hartford Stage Raw, Riveting

    Contemporary  'Reverberation' At Hartford Stage Raw, Riveting
    The show: "Reverberation" at Hartford Stage. What makes it special?: World premiere of a play by Matthew Lopez who wrote "The Whipping Man" and "Somewhere." First impressions: Looking at Andromache Chalfant's towering set — a literal slice of...
  • Datebook: J.M.W. Turner's late work, African portraiture, lowbrow pin-ups

    Datebook: J.M.W. Turner's late work, African portraiture, lowbrow pin-ups
    The painted dramas of Mr. Turner. A play about Tokyo Rose. And the architectural images of an award-winning photographer. Plus: an influential African portraitist, two exhibitions about Afrofuturism and a show inspired by objects at an estate sale. Here&...