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Author; Senior Editor of the Chicago Quarterly Review and Managing Editor of the Catamaran Literary Reader
Elizabeth McKenzie's half screwball romantic comedy and half critique of the conspicuous consumption of the leisure class, featuring a heroine named after the depressive American…
Mar. 3, 2016
Five years ago, an old well casing broke at the SoCalGas-owned Aliso Canyon gas storage facility near Porter Ranch, Los Angeles.
from Greater LA
In LA County right now, COVID-19 is killing one person every eight minutes .
from Greater LA
That's how the hero of "The White Tiger" views his native India. The way you'll view the film is with rapt attention and great delight. It's really terrific.
from Film Reviews
Venerated critic Harold Bloom’s final book “Take Arms Against a Sea of Troubles: The Power of the Reader’s Mind over a Universe of Death” is discussed by the poets Alan Felsenthal and…
Brit Bennett pushes questions of race and color to their extremes in her new novel, The Vanishing Half.
This week’s picks include paintings that encapsulate all the feels of 2020; mixed media paintings that focus on fatherhood and resilience; and paintings of dog shows that let the dogs…
from Arts & Culture Stories
David Talbert on bringing a new holiday classic to all audiences.
from The Treatment
George Clooney and his long-time producing partner Grant Heslov talk about their new movie “The Midnight Sky,” a post-apocalyptic sci-fi drama, now on Netflix.
from The Business
Dunce, by Mary Ruefle, finds meaning everywhere.