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Art, obsession and the pull between one's professional life and personal life make a searing background for British author Belinda Bauer's new stand-alone psychological thriller.Although "The Beautiful Dead" succumbs to some stereotypes of the … more
To pigeonhole Douglas Preston a true-crime author is a gross understatement of his skills as a writer. Yes, his many best-sellers with Lincoln Child are fun, suspenseful romps chronicling the adventures of an FBI agent. But he's also an extremely … more
West Stockbridge — Taste green tea while listening to a live poetry reading and learning the ancient art of origami on Sunday, Jan. 22, at No Six Depot Roastery and Cafe. From 2:30 to 4 p.m., Colin Harrington will read from his new chapbook … more
Who will Americans miss more, Barack or Michelle Obama? He needs her, it's become clear, the way ivy needs an oak. As this estimable couple shift into private life, others may need her as well, and lonely eyes will increasingly turn in her … more
PASADENA, Calif. — The loud expletive coming from Christine Baranski's lips during the trailer for the upcoming spinoff of "The Good Wife" makes you immediately realize you're not on CBS anymore.The new show, "The Good Fight," will air … more
Q: Try to name a few of Scientific American" magazine's 10 "big ideas" of 2016 that have the potential to change the world for the better.A: Let's start with "cool clothes" of nanoporous material that can keep you from getting too hot no matter … more
Organizing is always a popular topic around the new year, as people resolve to de-clutter, de-stress and generally start over with a clean slate. We asked Cris Sgrott-Wheedleton, owner and founder of Organizing Maniacs in Tysons Corner, Va., for her … more
Dear Short Answers: My husband has the worst table manners I have ever seen and I don't know what to do about it. You can tell me to just ignore it, but I am afraid that our friends won't invite us over for dinner parties anymore because they are … more
In September 1944, after two years of suffering in POW camps in the Philippines, U.S. Army Lt. George Washington Pearcy was being transferred to one of Japan's "hell ships," bound for captivity in the enemy's home islands.Before he left, he … more
MOUNT VERNON, Wash. — He injected extra fat into already well-marbled roasts, with a grin and an ever-present glass of wine. He laughed uproariously at his own jokes, and told Americans that cooking at home did not have to be particularly … more
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