Pulitzer Prize-winning author
Pulitzer Prize-winning American novelist and short story writer
Frank Bascombe, who's been making appearances since Ford's breakthrough novel, appears again in Richard Ford's latest novel.
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Words, words, words. "Synonyms," an Israeli film set in Paris, is all about them. For once, though, wordiness in a movie is a good thing, even a delightful thing.
from Film Reviews
A cancer researcher grows tired of euthanizing monkeys.
from Here Be Monsters
Examining Berlin’s impact as the world’s uncontested center of cool.
from The Fink + Forty Show
Edward Norton, writer, director and star of 'Motherless Brooklyn', discusses the time-traveling and imperatives that attracted him to this private eye story.
from The Treatment
The setup at the center of Mike Birbiglia's one-man show "The New One" is not particularly new. In fact, it's familiar trope: the reluctant dad.
from Opening the Curtain
This week, we look at an art show about the romance and challenges of fatherhood, paintings with digital influences, and a retail pop-up store in a gallery.
from Arts & Culture Stories
The reviews for 'The Morning Show' and the three other series that land later this week probably aren't what Apple was hoping for.
The Getty Fire has spread to hundreds of acres, with tens of thousands of people forced to evacuate.
from Design and Architecture
The writer of the 1980s ‘Watchmen’ comic books, Alan Moore, has been very clear: no ‘Watchmen’ movie or TV show will ever get his blessing--and that includes the new series on HBO.
from The Business