THE ICEMEN COMETH
THE ICEMAN SPECIAL MAKES MUSICAL MAGIC WITH A CROSS-GENERATIONAL COLLABORATION AND FAMILY TIES
Christone ‘‘Kingfish'' Ingram talks back
A native of Clarksdale, Mississippi, Christone “Kingfish” Ingram comes from the land of Muddy Waters, Robert Johnson, John Lee Hooker and Skip James. Just turned 21, this young man with the blues respects his music’s past even as he shapes its future.
Matthew Zarba is Upbeat Academy’s unflappable rap principal.
When Hollywood Came East Of The Mountains
The phone rang, it was my son James. “Hey Dad, I just had a call from the Apple Commission, there are some movie guys who are looking for good locations to shoot a film up here. Is it okay with you if we let them visit the Keystone (our family orchard in Entiat) and take some pictures?”
If asked to account for his career(s) in crime, Phillip Margolin would probably offer evidence that it was inevitable. “I have been a voracious reader starting in elementary school and I tore through Erle Stanley Gardner’s Perry Mason novels and the Ellery Queen mysteries,” he says. “By the seventh grade, I had decided that the only thing I wanted to do was try murder cases.”
Inspiration comes in mysterious ways. New Orleans novelist Erica Spindler—the New York Times bestselling author of 30 titles, including January’s The Look-Alike—can pinpoint the exact moment a lifechanging creative epiphany literally fell into her hands.
Reviewing the Independents
Will She or Won’t She? Only Her Stumptown Producers Know for Sure
NICK PETRIE THE WILD ONE
The idea that led Nick Petrie to create his character Peter Ash, a decorated Marine combat veteran whose PTSD makes him so claustrophobic that he is most comfortable outdoors, came in a basement.
CRIME AUTHORS CAUGHT ON CAMERA
Ready for a Close-Up
Cozy English villages rife with deceit and death
RECENT LEGAL THRILLERS
Con dos coproducciones, México a la Berlinale
El mexicano Julio Chavezmontes habla de su regreso al Festival de Cine Berlinale como coproductor de las películas: Siberia –inspirada en El libro rojo del psicoanalista suizo Carl G. Jung– y el thriller psicológico El prófugo –basado en El mal menor del argentino C. E. Feiling–. A su vez, el tapatío Samuel Kishi Leopo aborda la migración infantil en su segunda cinta, Los lobos, partícipe en la sección Generación Kplus del concurso alemán.
The comedian and actor, now appearing in the final season of Better Call Saul, on big families, helpless parents, and why the anchors on Fox News will never, ever be funny.
Playing For His Life
Darius Lyndsley is on a mission to turn his art into something more.
The Supreme Green Fairy
Tank and the Bangas reign over krewe Bohème.
Felipe's Mexican Taqueria
Everyone has a handful of go-to restaurants they count on for consistently delicious dining experiences.
45s and Heartbreak
A new High Fidelity broadens the vision of the original in more ways than one.
Anjelika “Jelly” Joseph [talks back]
As eclectic as the New Orleans music scene is, it’s still hard to imagine an artist having a more diverse career than Anjelika “Jelly” Joseph, who, at the age of 31, sings in three bands that could hardly be more different.
A Walking Spirit
Victor Harris, the Spirit of Fi-Yi-Yi, celebrates 55 years of beauty and culture.
The Monkey's Paw
TORONTO IS ONE of the largest and most diverse cities in North America, a vibrant urban center whose culture constantly fluctuates alongside the many unique people who move through it.
Meghan Markle's Bigger Dreams
She isn’t letting the royal family get in her way.
Our Guide in Warsaw
A couple finds their hired tour guide more sage for hire—like Socrates, an ambulatory pedagogue.
The Other Woman
A stalled train and shifting visage make for an eerie commute.
She makes the little balls with extreme care, as if for a sphericity contest, and then she puts each one next to the other. This order, which she must disturb to fry them, gives her a strange sense of peace.
Therapy by Living
Follow a writer-flâneuse on a New York City odyssey, appreciating life’s smaller miracles in a city with many entry points.
Two Wings, One Generous Heart
A Tribute to Margarita Engle
Brandon Beemer Dishes about Days Return
Getting invited back to DAYS to be the pivotal force in uncovering that Princess Gina has been masquerading as Hope has been rewarding for Brandon Beemer (Shawn).
B&B's Wyatt Torn Between Flo and Sally
Despite the fact that he has reunited with Flo, Wyatt regrets what he has done to Sally.
‘Bad Boys for Life' Is Kinda Bad. Watcha Gonna Do?
The third edition of the “Bad Boys” franchise starts as it must do: With a gleaming Porsche swerving at impossible speeds through Miami traffic under the expert control of Will Smith, with Martin Lawrence growing very sick beside him.