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  • Carmageddon reading list: 19 books about the joys and terrors of transportation

     
    Carmaggedon: your 19-book reading list. Hope it's enough to keep you busy while stuck in traffic....
  • '30 Rock' recap: A graceful transition into spinsterhood

     
    Dear readers, I'd like to begin this week's recap on a serious note. We all laugh at "30 Rock," but spinsterhood is no laughing matter. Should you or someone you love feel that you're sprialing downward into spinsterhood, there are......
  • Monster Mash: Jim Parsons headed for Broadway in 'Normal Heart'; 'Spider-Man' without Julie Taymor?

     
    Jim Parsons, Lee Pace to star in Broadway production of 'The Normal Heart'...
  • Elizabeth Taylor, 1932-2011

     
    Her obituary has been written more times than most of us can count. But this time, it's real. Elizabeth Taylor, violet/velvet-eyed screen icon, is dead. An English rose who came to Hollywood very young, broke through with “National Velvet” and...
  • Neil LaBute to give us his take on Agatha Christie

     
    The Agatha Christie novel “The Crooked House,” scripted by “Gosford Park” writer Julian Fellowes, will be a serious step out of his comfort zone for playwright and director Neil LaBute. “I have always liked whodunnits,”...
  • 'Murder for Two' at Chicago Shakes: Without a real suspect, 'Murder' will remain a misdemeanor

     
    THEATER REVIEW: "Murder for Two – A Killer Musical" ★★ Through June 19 Upstairs at Chicago Shakespeare Theater, Navy Pier; Running time: 1 hour, 30 minutes; Tickets: $25-$30 at 312-595-5600 or www.chicagoshakes.com. With Joe Kinosian and...
  • Suburban weekend picks

     
    Nothing on the planner for this weekend? TribLocal is here with ideas — everything from festivals to Memorial Day remembrances to the chance to see …...
  • Best Novel Series

     
    All this talk last week about the Rapture reminded me that I may be the only person in the Lehigh Valley who read the entire series of Left Behind novels, which dealt with precisely this topic. Any others out there?......
  • Recalling a Friend and a Great Librarian

     
    his is Elizabeth C. Franklin or Miss Franklin to those of us who worked for her. It wasn't until she loaned me her precious Film Index of 1941 with her name written inside that I learned she had once been......
  • Movie Review: Sanctum

     
    Beautifully back-lit bodies are suspended in water and suspended from the 3D screen in “Sanctum,” the new trapped-in-a-cave thriller that James Cameron produced as a way of showing off his love of all things underwater. It's a solid, old-...
  • The Mystery Writers of America announce Edgar Awards nominees

     
    The Mystery Writers of America announces its 2011 Edgar Awards....
  • Theater review: ‘Cold Lang Syne’ at the Complex

     
    What better way for four snowbound couples harboring dark secrets to celebrate a New Year’s Eve reunion than with a murder or two? Suffice it to say that comfort and joy are not among the yuletide festivities in “Cold Lang......