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  • It's summertime and the reading's easy

    It's summertime and the reading's easy
    As life seems to slow to a snail’s pace during summer’s languorous days, it’s the perfect time to indulge in reading. Thrillers and spooky tales provide a particular chill on a torpid evening. Light and breezy reads are the perfect accompaniment for an afternoon beneath a beach umbrella. And should your tastes run a bit deeper, the longer days or half-day Fridays may just be the right time for a new political discussion or memoir.
  • Review: 'Journalism' by Joe Sacco, 'Jerusalem' by Guy Delisle

    Review: 'Journalism' by Joe Sacco, 'Jerusalem' by Guy Delisle
    In the preface to his new book "Journalism," Joe Sacco pinpoints the challenges of the comics artist who seeks to be a reporter: "Aren't drawings by their very nature subjective?" he asks, before answering with a simple "yes." And yet, this has been...

    Notes and quotes from the Kings' 4-3 victory over Colorado

     
    Notes, quotes and statistics from the Kings' 4-3 victory over Colorado on Saturday. Thanks, as always, to Kings PR whiz Jeremy Zager, whose Grandma Schwartz has yet to come to a game this season. C'mon, grandma! Coach Terry Murray On...

    Michael McMillian took the underground to strange corners of outer space

     
    FORGOTTEN COMIC BOOK ARTISTS, PART 2: MICHAEL McMILLAN The American comic book has produced a massive mountain of brightly hued pop culture since the 1930s, and the peak moments of the medium have been appropriately celebrated -- but what about...

    Tim Hensley searches for the sound of money with rich kid 'Wally Gropius'

     
    FIVE QUESTIONS: TIM HENSLEY Tim Hensley pokes fun at wealth and celebrityhood in his first graphic novel "Wally Gropius," recently released by Fantagraphics. The title character is a super-rich teen (he is described as "the human Dow Jones, the heir...