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  • Review: 'George Harrison: Behind the Locked Door' by Graeme Thomson

    Review: 'George Harrison: Behind the Locked Door' by Graeme Thomson
    In February 1963, the New Musical Express ran a profile of George Harrison, who was then just 19 years old. He appears to be a man of simple tastes and pleasures: His favorite food is lamb chops and chips, and his hobbies include "driving, records, girls."
  • Review: 'Powers of Two' by Joshua Wolf Shenk

    Who wouldn't want to keep reading a book that opens with an intimate, real-time replication of the creative process that brought us the Beatles? On March 29, 1967, around two p.m., John Lennon came to Paul McCartney's house in London, and they headed up...

    Ebert and Siskel: Partners shared unique relationship

    This is a feature story from 1999. At the time, Sid Smith was a Tribune Arts Critic.   On the day of Gene Siskel's funeral, Time magazine film critic Richard Schickel suggested that the on-air chemistry between Siskel and Roger Ebert defied analysis....

    Book review: 'The Good Muslim' by Tahmima Anam

    Book review: 'The Good Muslim' by Tahmima Anam
    The Good Muslim A Novel Tahmima Anam Harper: 297 pp., $25.99 Maya Haque is one of the century's most interesting characters: prickly, passionate, tender, selfless, headstrong, devoted, belligerent, idealistic, naive, wise. "The Good Muslim" is Maya'...

    Book review: '33 Revolutions Per Minute' by Dorian Lynskey

    Book review: '33 Revolutions Per Minute' by Dorian Lynskey
    "You say you want a revolution," John Lennon sang in 1968. "Well, you know, we all want to change the world." If not all of us, at least plenty of pop stars have, as Dorian Lynskey illustrates in his mammoth "33 Revolutions Per Minute." Starting with...