Best and worst movies of 2014 - Miami Herald President Obama: ''Boyhood" Was 'My Favorite Movie' of the Year - People 12/19/2014 - 11:35 am | View Link
ELF is MAGICAL at San Francisco's Curran Theatre - Broadway World Expanded availability of seats for 'Elf' at Paper Mill Playhouse - Examiner.com 12/18/2014 - 2:35 pm | View Link
Goodnight, Goodnight, Construction Site | Touch and Go - School Library Journal ... in 2011, Sherri Duskey Rinker’s picture book Goodnight, Goodnight ... a retro look and luminous golds and oranges, and midnight blues, shines ... 12/18/2014 - 11:22 am | View Link
Broadway Revival of SIDE SHOW to be Recorded for Lincoln Center ... - Broadway World PHOTO EXCLUSIVE: A Two-Show Day at Broadway’s Side Show With ... - Playbill 12/17/2014 - 2:46 pm | View Link
DVD reviews: 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles,' 'Maze Runner' and more - MassLive Fichtner Comes Out of His Shell About "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" - Comic Book Resources 12/16/2014 - 7:51 am | View Link
New Movie Reviews: 'The Hobbit: The Battle of Five Armies; 'Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb'; 'Annie'; 'Into ... In this week's new releases 'The Hobbit: The Battle of Five Armies' wraps with a Middle-earth melee; 'Night at the Museum' bids farewell to Robin Williams; 'Annie' is a hard knock, no fun adaptation; 'Into the Woods' impressive, but a bit too tame; Witherspoon steps up her game for captivating 'Wild'; 'Foxcatcher' misses by more than a nose 12/19/2014 - 2:40 pm | View Link
10 of the priciest Oscar dresses ever The Academy Awards are Hollywood's night of nights. A-listers dress to the nines hoping to make it on to the best dressed list, many succeeding, but with just as many ending up on the worst dressed list. 12/15/2014 - 8:07 pm | View Link
Tony Awards: 'Gentleman's Guide,' 'Hedwig' Dominate 2014 Nominations Neil Patrick Harris, Idina Menzel, Audra McDonald and Sutton Foster are among contenders for Broadway's top honors in a wide-open season, with Mark Rylance landing a double nod. read more 12/14/2014 - 4:10 am | View Link
DVD Previews 'Magic in the Moonlight' works mysterious charm The Washington Post Capsule reviews of the next week's video releases, on DVD and Blu-ray, including special features: "Magic in the Moonlight" (PG-13, 98 minutes, Sony): Emma Stone and Colin Firth are two actors who bring an amusing vitality to a movie, especially when they're engaged in quick-witted sparring. So seeing them try to outmaneuver each other in Woody Allen's latest period romantic ... 12/13/2014 - 7:04 am | View Link
‘The Babadook’ Stuns Critics: Nearly Every Review Suggests This Is a Horror Classic The trailers for “The Babadook” made it look pretty freaky, but the overwhelmingly positive reviews are making it look like the next horror classic that fans of the genre shouldn't miss. 11/26/2014 - 3:45 pm | View Link
Monthly Comic Book Sales Report: November 2014 This could be in the form of reviews, comic shop talk ... but it is still a good indicator of how we can expect these new books to perform. Gotham by Midnight is another new one that had its premiere in November. From the initial performance, I ... 12/18/2014 - 1:49 pm | View Link
Book Review: 'Midnight in Siberia' looks at Russia today "Midnight in Siberia: A Train Journey into the Heart of Russia" (W.W. Norton), by David Greene As the West nervously watches a newly aggressive Russia, many commentators are trying to figure out what Vladimir Putin is thinking. But "Midnight in Siberia ... 12/4/2014 - 12:41 am | View Link
'The Mark of the Midnight Manzanilla' by Lauren Willig: A 'Pink Carnation' novel "The Mark of the Midnight Manzanilla" by Lauren Willig is the latest in ... If you would like to continue receiving book reviews, including information about author appearances, author interviews and giveaways, please click the "Subscribe" icon. 08/14/2014 - 4:44 pm | View Link
Book Review: Midnight Crossroad But then, that\'s how the locals prefer it… Welcome to Midnight, Texas, a town with many boarded-up windows and few full-time inhabitants, located at the crossing of Witch Light ...more Much to his mother’s chagrin, twenty-two year old Manfred Bernardo ... 05/1/2014 - 4:48 pm | View Link
Book review: The Midnight Rose by Lucinda Riley The Midnight Rose weaves backwards and forwards through time to unpick a tumultuous and tragic tale full of powerful emotions and complex themes. Pride, passion, prejudice and a vibrant cast of eclectic characters portraying human beings at their best and ... 01/26/2014 - 9:16 pm | View Link
The Children's Book Review: Reviews of Kid's Stories and ... The Children's Book Review is the parents, publishers, teachers, and authors source for children's book reviews on both new and classic 12/19/2014 - 8:37 am | View Website
Amazon.com: Customer Reviews: Seychelles Women's Kiss At ... Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Seychelles Women's Kiss At Midnight Mary Jane Pump at Amazon.com. Read honest and unbiased product reviews from ... 12/19/2014 - 5:53 am | View Website
Bookspotcentral And the Winner Is – 7th Annual Book Tournament Finals Results! Fair gentlefolk, the moment is nigh when our 7th annual book tournament will be crowned. 12/19/2014 - 5:03 am | View Website
Smexy Books – Romance and Urban Fantasy Reviews Smexy Books reviews Romance and Urban Fantasy books. We love to hear from readers! If you have a comment or a suggestion please email Mandi. If you are interested in ... 12/18/2014 - 11:41 pm | View Website
One-Minute Book Reviews | Janice Harayda Reviews Fiction ... Short reviews by Janice Harayda, former book editor of The Cleveland Plain Dealer. 12/18/2014 - 8:13 pm | View Website
Le Corbusier, one of the 20th century’s defining architects, a controlling visionary with a complicated and contradictory personality, has long had a divisive legacy. Steadfast in his belief that “architecture only exists when there is poetic emotion,” he designed landmarks of enduring significance. His 1931 Villa Savoye, a hovering white box in Poissy, France, has long been celebrated as an icon of modernism.
Are you unhappy with your pickle fork? Do you wish there were a more useful stand upon which to rest your accordion? Would you prefer an artificial leech to the real thing? Does your hat often get stepped upon whilst resting on the floor at the theater? Do you tire easily and long for a rotary hair-brushing machine?
James Carroll goes to painstaking lengths in his new book, “Christ Actually,” to confront millennia of undisguised anti-Semitism, scriptural fabrications and tactical misreadings of history, all of which have prevented an informed understanding of Jesus of Nazareth. Using historical and scriptural analysis, Carroll urges the Christian faithful to reexamine their theologies through a lens that begins with Jesus’s identity as a Jew among Jews, whose collective survival was repeatedly and brutally threatened by the Roman Empire during and immediately after Jesus’s lifetime.
Well over a century after he first appeared in a London magazine, the great detective Sherlock Holmes is more popular than ever. Some of his latter-day incarnations are in pastiche forms and settings that his creator, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, could not have imagined — Holmes and Dr. John
For several years, I’ve enlisted some poor reviewer to plow through a dozen new Christmas novels and write them up with as little Scroogy annoyance as she can manage. Almost without exception, the books were treacly tales of unexpected Christmas Eve reuions (missing sons; dogs) or cozy stories of North Pole murders (poison cookies; reindeer horn impalings). All of them seemed to evaporate as quickly as Christmas cider.