author, editor and professor
American author, editor and professor (January 6, 1931 – July 21, 2015)
In this comic and affecting novel based on the lives of the Collyer brothers — one a blind pianist, the other a hoarder and inventor — Doctorow creates an ironic allegory of modern…
Aug. 6, 2015from Bookworm
Jun. 9, 2005from Bookworm
NBC’s Peacock launches on July 15, and one way it hopes to stand apart from other streamers is price. A basic ad-supported version of the service will be free.
Jul. 10from Hollywood Breakdown
Silver Lake’s long-running music venue the Satellite is ending performances and DJ nights.
Jul. 17from Music News
Director Gina Prince-Bythewood found a project that fit into many of the themes she's explored in her films going back to her debut, 2000's "Love & Basketball" in, of all places, the…
Jul. 7from The Treatment
Broken beats and soulful key chords, from yesterday's dusty drums to tomorrow's sounds.
Jul. 24from Freeform
Hollywood has had its share of challenges this year as the entertainment industry grapples with the COVID-19 pandemic.
Jul. 27from Arts & Culture Stories
Commonwealth and Council announces a free artist-led summer school this August. Murmurs gallery hosts the first of a yearly exhibition benefiting Black Lives Matter.
Jul. 28from Arts & Culture Stories
Daphne Merkin discusses what normative means, the concept of a normal looking life, and her new novel, “22 Minutes of Unconditional Love”.
Jul. 23from Bookworm
"Radioactivity," a biopic that starts to be about Marie Curie, can't resist a cause-and-effect survey of radiation that extends as far afield as Hiroshima, the Nevada Proving Ground…
Jul. 24from Film Reviews
AMC struck a deal with NBCUniversal to allow the studio’s movies to come to video on-demand services 17 days after their theatrical releases.
Jul. 31from Hollywood Breakdown