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In Gabriel Jason Dean's #RIFT, watch interactions unfold between two real-life brothers—one, a liberal playwright; the other, an alt-right convicted murderer....
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The long-awaited biography, which writer Blake Bailey says delves beyond Roth's controversies, hit shelves April 6....
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Rachel Handler's So You Wanna Be an Actor shines a light on the ableism ingrained in the entertainment industry....
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The Ridgewood resident, who has a new book out March 16, talks character, creative process and writing during a pandemic....
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For Taneshia Nash Laird, a longtime local changemaker, the arts are an opportunity to uplift a community....
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Veteran journalist Joe Strupp set his first work of fiction, The Crookedest Street, in '90s-era San Francisco, where city papers staked out political turf....
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Celebrities with Garden State ties reigned supreme on the advertising front....
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Kenneth Gifford’s new digital platform, Vault, brings attention to underrepresented talent....
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The WBGO Story...Bright Moments From Newark to the World riffs on the station's quiet beginnings and global presence....
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The 1991 broadcast of The Colored Museum, digitally available Feb. 2–28, remains a resonant exposé of American history—and celebration of Black culture....
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Pat Dunigan's studio is brimming with vibrant, wall-to-wall creations....
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Sabin Howard is working tirelessly on A Soldier’s Journey, a 60-foot-long bronze relief bound for the nation’s capital....
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Laura Shabazz transforms ripped bits of magazines into masterpieces....
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Recommendations for all the avid readers in your life....
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In an emotionally trying year, the couple continues to share their enthusiasm for the Great American Songbook....
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Dennis H. Lee, a retired software engineer, published his first collection, Tidal Wave, this year. ...
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In her new book, author Jennet Conant tells the story of Dr. Stewart Alexander, a Park Ridge native she refers to as “the father of chemotherapy.”...
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Decades after a medically induced coma, writing With or Without You gave Caroline Leavitt the closure she desperately needed....
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The Morristown native talks quarantining in Manhattan, reading nonstop on her sofa, and “getting kicked out of New Jersey.”...
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'Radium Girls' follows factory workers in the late 1910s, who were slowly poisoned while they painted glow-in-the-dark watch dials for soldiers overseas. ...
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