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Movie Review: Villisca: Living With a Mystery

This movie sets a high bar for full-length documentary treatments of crime stories. Read More »

Court Martial: Ann Coulter

Felony didn't hurt Martha Stewart, either. Read More »

Vanishing From The Edge of Heaven

On July 22, 2005, Trevor Stokol disappeared from Mt. Everest... Read More »

Dennis Rader, The BTK Strangler, In His Own Words…

Wichita's BTK Strangler, Dennis Rader, embodies Hannah Arendt's "banality of evil..." Read More »

Book Review: True Story: Murder, Memoir, Mea Culpa, by Michael Finkel

When Christian Longo [Google search] was arrested in Mexico on suspicion of having murdered his wife Mary Jane and their three children in Oregon in 2002 he was going by an alias. He’d adopted the name and profession of one Michael Finkel, a writer for New York Times Magazine. Oddly, Finkel himself had just recently been fired from the magazine, ... Read More »

Suing Jennifer Wilbanks

Jeff Dauler thinks we should sue Jennifer Wilbanks, the "Runaway Bride..." Read More »

Dear Matt Drudge…

Snoopy had a nifty little song on some old Peanuts cartoon that always helped me through this one, Matt — something about “i before e except after c…” — except you probably needed to include the “i” first. It is a testimony to the everlasting hold the Clintons have on the public imagination and the everlasting hard-on Matt Drudge will ... Read More »

Adam Went Mad

Once upon a time a writer, Cal Fussman, and an artist, Lucy Schaeffer, got together and wrote a book, The Guest Who Threw Tomatoes. It tells the witty story of Pepe, who comes to visit the Sapikowski family from his home in Spain. Here are a few paragraphs from an excerpt published online: Adam knew it was special to have ... Read More »

Review: Il Divo, or; Simon Cowell Saves Popera!

A lot of what passes for "popera" lacks balls. Not so with Il Divo. Read More »

The Huffington Post; The Huff Review

Stick with La Blogga Nostra; Variety is the spice in blogging. Read More »