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  • Benjamin Lytal on 'A Map of Tulsa'

    Benjamin Lytal on 'A Map of Tulsa'
    If Chicago author Benjamin Lytal were the typical writer of semi-autobiographical fiction, his first novel would have been the story of a young man who escaped his hometown in the interior of the country to become immersed in the colorful characters and witty conversation of the New York literary scene. The hometown — in this case Tulsa, Okla. — would barely have registered in the rear-view mirror, if that mirror had been consulted at all. But neither Lytal nor his elegantly crafted debut novel, “A Map of Tulsa,” are the least bit typical. Like Lytal himself, the book's hero, Jim Praley, leaves Oklahoma to go to college in the Northeast, and later works for a magazine in New York.
  • Decent debuts for 'Hitchcock,' 'Rust and Bone' in limited release

    Moviegoers didn't exactly go psycho for "Hitchcock" at the box office this weekend, but the film didn't get slaughtered either. The movie starring Anthony Hopkins as legendary filmmaker Alfred Hitchcock debuted in 17 theaters this weekend and...

    Hawks fans' mission: Find homes for abused dogs

    Hawks fans' mission: Find homes for abused dogs
    If you've ever owned a dog, you know the importance of finding the perfect name. Maybe you picked a family name, the name of a childhood dog or even the name of a city you love. Dog lovers Bridgid Nolan, 36, and Sue Naiden, 41, had a different source of...

    'Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy' leaves art house, to box office success

    The dense spy thriller "Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy" is moving beyond the art-house towards modest commercial success. The film, adapted from novelist John le Carre's 1974 bestseller, expanded from 57 theaters to 809 locations this weekend and grossed...

    Weinstein Co. to release 'Bully' documentary without MPAA rating

    After losing its battle to get the rating of the documentary "Bully" changed from an R to a PG-13, Harvey Weinstein said Monday his company will release the film unrated.