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Review: Wayne does good job building suspense in `Apartment'

Review: Wayne does good job building suspense in `Apartment'

“Apartment,” Bloomsbury, by Teddy Wayne Teddy Wayne has written another campus novel. Coming on the heels of his well-received “Loner” (2016), “Apartment” also serves as something of a parable for red state/blue state America.
On education, Sanders lauded for substance, knocked for cost

On education, Sanders lauded for substance, knocked for cost

During the 2016 Democratic presidential race, when Bernie Sanders pushed making college free, it was seen as a radical idea from a fringe candidate. The Vermont senator returned with the same idea in 2020.
Soundtrack City: How Nashville is awash in film, game scores

Soundtrack City: How Nashville is awash in film, game scores

Nashville is already known as Music City, but a new wave of music being recorded there for video games, TV shows and movies could earn it a new title as Soundtrack City.
High note: Lockhart marks 25 years as Boston Pops conductor

High note: Lockhart marks 25 years as Boston Pops conductor

BOSTON — Strike up the band: Keith Lockhart is marking 25 years as the conductor of “America's Orchestra.
Twisty noir 'Disappearance at Clifton Hill' dives into secrets of Niagara Falls

Twisty noir 'Disappearance at Clifton Hill' dives into secrets of Niagara Falls

TORONTO — Things are not as they appear in the twisty Niagara Falls-set thriller "Disappearance at Clifton Hill," in which a decades-old mystery lures a prodigal daughter home to exorcise old demons.
Clive Cussler, million-selling adventure writer, dies at 88

Clive Cussler, million-selling adventure writer, dies at 88

NEW YORK — Clive Cussler, the million-selling adventure writer and real-life thrill-seeker who wove personal details and spectacular fantasies into his page-turning novels about underwater explorer Dirk Pitt, has died, his publisher said Wednesday.

Film Review: 'Invisible Man' is a cunning if empty remake

Unraveling the dusted bandages of H.G. Wells’ classic 1897 science-fiction novel, writer-director Leigh Whannell has refashioned “The Invisible Man” as a bracingly modern #MeToo allegory that, despite its brutal craft, rings hollow.
Review: Author tells story of overcoming perfectionism

Review: Author tells story of overcoming perfectionism

“Scratched: A Memoir of Perfectionism,” Harper, by Elizabeth Tallent In the 1980s, Elizabeth Tallent was a rising star in the literary world, publishing short stories and books to great acclaim, only to fall silent for the next 22 years.
Arts dean at Regina university sorry poet vilified over lecture controversy

Arts dean at Regina university sorry poet vilified over lecture controversy

REGINA — Emails show the University of Regina's dean of arts told George Elliott Clarke that he was sorry the acclaimed poet had been vilified over his relationship with the killer of an Indigenous woman.
Arts dean at Regina university sorry poet vilified over lecture controversy

Arts dean at Regina university sorry poet vilified over lecture controversy

REGINA — Emails show the University of Regina's dean of arts told George Elliott Clarke that he was sorry the acclaimed poet had been vilified over his relationship with the killer of an Indigenous woman.