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Reviews of Stephanie Dray’s “Becoming Madame Secretary,” the story of Frances Perkins, the first woman United States Cabinet Secretary, and “Nightwatching,” a debut thriller by Tracy Sierra. BECOMING MADAME SECRETARY by …

This week, Drew's shilling for the Card Seller, begging readers to buy the Editor scotch, bemoaning Katie Britt’s speechwriter, and writing one-act plays. Confused? Just read it. A House of …

This week’s reviews include the complex relationships of Tana French’s “The Hunter” and Ron Corbett’s compelling crime novel “Cape Rage.” THE HUNTER  by Tana French Published by Viking (March 5, …

A Review of Company Music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim Book by George FurthKennedy Center Concert Hall through March 31Purchase Tickets I love this script. I love this score, I …

The Luck of the Humorist By Drew Gallagher Today is St. Patrick’s Day. A day to reflect on what it means to be Irish and to remember the nearly million …

This week’s reviews include a new dimension to Lady Macbeth in All Our Yesterdays and the tragic lives of Ella and Alix Romanov in The Romanov Brides. ALL OUR YESTERDAYSby …

By Angela DavisMOVIE CRITIC When Dune first hit theaters in 2021, Denis Villeneuve’s adaptation of the first half of Frank Herbert’s novel surprised both critics and audiences with its power. …

YOUR BEST FINANCIAL LIFE: SAVE SMART NOW FOR THE FUTURE YOU WANT By Anne Lester Published by William Morrow (March 12, 2024)Hardcover $26.99Audiobook $14.99 Reviewed by David Arndt Money is …

"I'd do anything for $4,000" says anyone who had yet to learn that the 4K is on deposit with the family dog and taking a withdrawal is … well … …

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