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Noah Baumbach is a keen observer of life's banalities. His films relish in the strange and wonderful and awkward things people say and do in the course of the day. But his real magic is turning … more
Airbnb says it will spend the next year verifying all 7 million of its listings as it works to improve user trust. The San Francisco-based home-sharing company says starting next month, it will … more
Luke Combs, "What You See Is What You Get" (River House Artists/Columbia Nashville) Not many artists break out on their first record, but Luke Combs did it without much fanfare, dropping an album … more
"The Contender: The Story of Marlon Brando," Harper, by William J. Mann Marlon Brando made no apologies for being an iconoclast and living and loving as he chose, even scorning the adulation that … more
"Ducks, Newburyport," Biblioasis, by Lucy Ellmann When you mention to people that you're reading a nearly 1,000-page book that's mostly one sentence, the reaction is odd. Some people roll their … more
The first thing Roland Emmerich should do after his latest movie "Midway" hits theaters is apologize. Apologize to the visual effects crew, the stuntmen, the carpenters, the costumers and artists. … more
Soprano after soprano has knocked on the door of Rodolfo's garret over the years in Franco Zeffirelli's production of Puccini's "La Boheme" at the Metropolitan Opera. But none as often as Hei-Kyung … more
Below are entertainment options around the Valley for the week of Nov. 7-13. Event details are subject to change. Visit newsroom.visitarizona.com/events. Nov. 7 - SCOTTSDALE: Ferrari Club of … more
"Mighty Justice: My Life in Civil Rights," Algonquin Books, by Dovey Johnson Roundtree and Katie McCabe Some life stories are too important to be relegated to dusty history books. They must be … more
Dessert means different things to different people. Some may prefer a piece of cake, while others consider a cup of coffee to be the ideal capper to a delicious meal. more
Audible.com best-sellers for week ending November 1: Fiction: 1. You Can Thank Me Later: A Novella by James Dommek, Jr., Josephine Holtzman, Isaac Kestenbaum, narrated by James Dommek, Jr. … more
SARAJEVO, Bosnia-Herzegovina (AP) — Several dozen survivors of Bosnia's 1992-95 war have protested in Sarajevo, urging the Nobel Committee to reverse its decision to award the 2019 Nobel Prize in … more
"Finding Chika: a little girl, an earthquake, and the making of a family" (Harper), by Mitch Albom The author of "Tuesdays with Morrie" has a new memoir in which he again shares lessons learned … more
I don’t bake muffins often, but when I do, I try to make them healthy and have them on hand for an easy breakfast or a snack. My issue with muffins is that they often resemble mini-cakes, … more
"Little Weirds" (Little, Brown and Co.), by Jenny Slate Jenny Slate is an artist in the broadest sense of the word. You may know her as a comedian, an actress, or a co-creator of short films. She … more
"Final Option," Putnam, by Clive Cussler and Boyd Morrison Readers of this ongoing "Oregon Files" series will recognize the standard opening of a Clive Cussler novel, but it quickly takes a huge … more
"The Siberian Dilemma: An Arkay Renko Novel," Simon & Schuster, by Martin Cruz Smith It's been 38 years since Martin Cruz Smith's "Gorky Park" was released, introducing readers to Arkady Renko, a … more
Soup is an ideal meal on cold winter days. more
This year's World Series between the Washington Nationals and Houston Astros went seven games but finished as the third-least viewed. The Series averaged 13.91 million viewers, Nielsen said … more
Jeff Lynne's ELO, "From Out of Nowhere" (Columbia Records) Jeff Lynne's ELO is an elastic band that alternates between being a one-man studio outfit and, nowadays, a 13-member touring ensemble … more
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