Review: A wild spin on the Peter Pan myth in ‘Wendy’
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Review: A wild spin on the Peter Pan myth in ‘Wendy’

The new film “Wendy” is a loose reimagining of the Peter Pan story from perspective of Wendy Darling, who no longer is saddled with the expectations of Victorian womanhood

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

In a review of “Apartment,” Ann Levin writes that author Teddy Wayne does a good job of building suspense and complicating predictable narratives in the campus novel, set in the MFA program of Columbia’s School of the Arts

Review: Little's 'Pretty as a Picture' is captivating novel
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Review: Little's 'Pretty as a Picture' is captivating novel

In a review of “Pretty as a Picture,” reviewer Oline H

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Ben Lerner, Zadie Smith on list for Rathbones Folio Prize

Works of fiction by Ben Lerner and Zadie Smith are among eight books contending for Britain’s Rathbones Folio Prize for literature

Review: `Broken Faith' looks inside Word of Faith Fellowship
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Review: `Broken Faith' looks inside Word of Faith Fellowship

In a review of “Broken Faith: Inside the Word of Faith Fellowship," Jeff Rowe writes that the book by Mitch Weiss and Holbrook Mohr offers an important and carefully sourced rendering of how founders of religious sects can become tyrants, ruling by fear and threats of eternal hellfire for those who disobey

Dior invokes #MeToo in feminist-inspired fashion show
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Dior invokes #MeToo in feminist-inspired fashion show

The neon set lights at Dior's latest ready-to-wear show in Paris flashed the word "consent.'

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Apple Books US Bestseller List - 02/23/20 - Paid Books

Apple Books US Bestseller List - 02/23/20 - Paid Books

Review: 'Driving While Black' opens road to civil rights
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Review: 'Driving While Black' opens road to civil rights

In a review of “Driving While Black: African American Travel and the Road to Civil Rights,” Russell Contreras writes that the book is a riveting story on how the automobile opened up opportunities for blacks in the United States

`The Warsaw Protocol' is thrilling, timely novel
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`The Warsaw Protocol' is thrilling, timely novel

In a review of “The Warsaw Project" by Steve Berry, Jeff Ayers writes that Berry blends a fascinating history of Poland and its neighbors and tweaks it a bit to deliver a novel that is both thrilling and timely

ABC's 'For Life' hopes to change the way we see network TV
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ABC's 'For Life' hopes to change the way we see network TV

Actor Nicholas Pinnock doesn't just believe his new network TV show can save lives

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