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Book Review: Beautiful Piece by Joseph G. Peterson

A noir novel about a tryst in a Chicago heat wave works a hypnotic, magical spell. Read More »

TV Review: For Neda

HBO movie investigates death of young woman who came to be symbol of Iranian uprising of 2009. Read More »

Book Review Cha Dao: The Way of Tea, Tea as a Way of Life by Solala Towler

Unusual book on tea traces how the plant was discovered, its effect on history and religion and the best varieties. Read More »

TV Review: So You Think You Can Dance?

Dancers show off flash move for appreciative judges on auditions around the country. Read More »

Book Review: Mathilda Savitch by Victor Lodato

Story of a young teenager who tries to be edgy and cool but too many neuroses make her object of pity. Read More »

Book Review: Twisted Tree by Kent Meyers

Novel about murder in small freeway turnoff turns into psychological investigation of the soul of a town. Read More »

Book Review: A Travel Guide for Reckless Hearts: Stories by N. M. Kelby

A collection of short stories by N.M. Kelby shows the insane, silly, victorious side of love. Read More »

Author Interview: Forty Years Later’s Steven Jay Griffel

Author Steven Jay Griffel skipped past the paperbound phase of publishing and is enjoying success on the Kindle and iPad. Read More »

Cubs Lift the Lumber in Wild Home Opener

The Chicago Cubs break out of a sub-par road trip with a raucous home opener, pleasing the long-suffering faithful. Read More »

Peeps Strut Their Stuff in Easter Parade

Peeps, the lowly, marshmallow-based candy shaped to look like chicks (or bunnies) have become subjects of elaborate art projects. Read More »