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It’s summertime, and that means relaxing by the pool or on the beach. But before you pick up the latest paperback thriller to read by the water, consider giving your brain a little bit more of a workout.
With The Annotated Big Sleep out today, Megan Abbott and Jonathan Lethem tell GQ why Raymond Chandler's noir has never been more vital. Today sees the release of fully annotated edition of Raymond Chandler’s
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Neil deGrasse Tyson asks him to weigh in. Neil deGrasse Tyson’s show Star Talk is ending its fourth season with a bang—a big one. The big one, to be precise. The show, filmed at the American Museum of
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• Critics and Netflix CEO Reed Hastings are raving about "The End of the F***ing World," a new Netflix original TV series.• The absurdist black-comedy currently stands at a 100% "Fresh" rating on Rotten
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What fantasy trilogy is complete without maps? I’m a huge fan of Lev Grossman’s Magicians novels, which are the basis for the Syfy show by the same name. The books are fantastic, and each installment The
In August 2008, Scribes, an organization that "seeks to create an interest in writing about the law and to promote a clear, succinct, and forceful style in legal writing," honored the late Supreme Court
TOKYO — By Japanese standards, the Tokyo neighborhood of Shin-Okubo is a messy, polyglot place. A Korean enclave that has attracted newcomers from around the world in recent years, its profusion of barbecue
The novelist on technology, surveillance and having John le Carré for a father ‘If everybody was incredibly committed to acts of kindness and charity in a ubiquitous circle of love and whatever,” Nick
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