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  • Book review: 'Field Gray' by Philip Kerr

    Book review: 'Field Gray' by Philip Kerr
    One of the many things to admire about Philip Kerr's long-running Bernie Gunther series is the way the novels seamlessly blend the complex antihero's personal history with that of Germany before, during and after World War II. From the first novel, "March Violets," which finds Bernie as a private investigator in 1936, to last year's "If the Dead Rise Not," in which he's living in 1954 Cuba and working for gangster Meyer Lansky, the series has always given compelling point-in-time glimpses of Bernie's motley career.
  • 'Boardwalk Empire' recap, Bone for Tuna

    'Boardwalk Empire' recap, Bone for Tuna
    "Life's better with friends." - Gyp Rosetti Like most men, Nucky Thompson dreams about bacon. Unlike most men, he also dreams about dead choirboys. Yes, the whole "assassinating your surrogate son" thing is finally starting to catch up to Nucky, and it's...

    An offer you can't refuse: Las Vegas opens new Mob Museum

    Vegas Mob Museum: A Las Vegas museum dedicated to the history of organized crime in the city opened Tuesday.

    “Boardwalk Empire” Season 3 preview

    So many razor-edged bad people swagger about Terence Winter’s Boardwalk Empire that, even having shed one of its primary POV characters, it is instantly, retoxifyingly addictive as the epic criminal sojourn of Nucky Thompson and Atlantic City...

    Historical restaurant lists presidents and gangsters among patrons

    Historical restaurant lists presidents and gangsters among patrons
    Even before its incorporation 53 years ago, Lighthouse Point has attracted good folks and Good Fellas. Cap's Place epitomizes that legacy, from its speakeasy and casino beginnings during Prohibition to what it is today, 81-years later -- a romantic and...