Arts & Life
Earning honors for fiction, nonfiction and young children's literature, respectively, the writers are the first to win the award. Also: The Bronx's bookstore returns, while the U.K. shows off doodles.
Reporter Giuseppe di Piazza's debut novel, The Four Corners of Palermo, follows an unnamed young reporter during the brutal early days of the mafia's conflict with the Italian government in the 1980s.
Historian Peter Ackroyd's new book surveys the history of England from the end of the Tudor era to the Glorious Revolution of 1688 — almost a century of war, debate and transformation.
Ken Turan reviews the documentary Citizenfour from filmmaker Laura Poitras about Edward Snowden and his decision to leak information about the National Security Agency's surveillance activities.
The film Revenge of the Green Dragons is based on the true story of a Chinese-American gang in New York City that helped traffic unauthorized immigrants from China in the 1980s and '90s.
- An Admiring And Unflinching Look At 'Mr. Dynamite' |
- 'Citizenfour' Follows The Snowden Story Without (Much) Grandstanding |
- 'Life Of Riley,' Alain Resnais' Final Film, Bids A Sunny Adieu |
- In 'Force Majeure,' Society Crumbles Under An Avalanche |
- 'The Heart Machine' Finds Subtlety In The Perils Of Online Dating |
- You'll Want To Accept The Dinner Invitation To 'The Immortal Evening' |
- 'Test Kitchen': How To Buy The Safest Meat And Make The Juiciest Steaks |
- 'Season Of The Witch' Shines A (Black)Light On The Occult In Rock |
- Accentuate The Positive |
- Very Confused TV Guide |