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Graphic Novel Review: ‘The Werewolf of New York’ by Batton Lash

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The preternatural--even werewolves--exist, and they have legal rights! Read More »

‘The Knick’ Review: Clive Owen Stars in Cinemax’s New Drama

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The Knick is an excellent series. Its setting is perfect to offer commentary, not just on our own medical and societal history, but our own times as well. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Secret New York: Curious Activities’ by T.M. Rives

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Jonglez publishes “local guides by local people” which guarantees even a New York native will be surprised by many of the great finds in this charming guidebook. Read More »

Interview: Sharon van Ivan, Author of ‘Juggle and Hide’

"I experience anxiety before I do almost anything – even if it’s something wonderful like writing."

Sharon van Ivan began her memoir, Juggle and Hide, in Los Angeles in 2004, just after the death of her mother. She and her husband, the renowned realist artist Charles Pfahl, had moved to Los Angeles to be close to Sharon’s mother. Sharon sought out a writing group as she was having trouble diving into the painful story that was ... Read More »

Interview: Lynn Steward, Author of ‘A Very Good Life’

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"I quickly learned that writing becomes an all-consuming passion. . ." Read More »

TV Review: ‘Blondie’s New York’ on The Smithsonian Channel

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Blondie fans will want to dig out their old CDs and vinyl and listen once again to some great songs from 'Parallel Lines,' like "Hanging on the Telephone" and "One Way or Another." Read More »

Movie Review: ‘Inside Llewyn Davis’

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The Coen Brothers’ latest, about a struggling folk musician in early 1960s Greenwich Village, is a chilly and exquisitely crafted mood piece. Read More »

In Memoriam: Lou Reed (1942-2013) – Five Classic Songs You May Not Have Heard

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A handful of relative obscurities from the late songwriter's vast, varied discography. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Redemption’

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Redemption does not sugarcoat what life is like for canners one bit, and the disparity between them and working people is eye-opening. Read More »

Movie Review: ‘Kill Your Darlings’

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Daniel Radcliffe is riveting as the young Allen Ginsberg in this intriguing film that chronicles the surprising story behind the birth of the Beats. Read More »