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TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday October 13, 1995 Harvey Keitel, director Wayne Wang and writer Paul Auster had such fun making "Smoke" they got their producers to go along with a second film, "Blue in the Face," in which Keitel returns as Augie Wren, proprietor of the...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday June 9, 1995 The Brooklyn cigar store run by Auggie Wren (Harvey Keitel) in "Smoke" is Schmooze Central for the neighborhood gabbers and ne'er-do-wells. Auggie presides over the fray like a particularly indulgent bartender. He massages the...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday April 20, 2001 Wayne Wang's "The Center of the World" is permeated with sadness as a young man (Peter Sarsgaard) and a young woman (Molly Parker) become caught up in a conflict involving emotion, sex and money. Once again, Las Vegas becomes...
Times Staff WriterA new audio walking tour of the World Trade Center site calls on some surprising guides: the men and women who built the twin towers, worked in them or, in some cases, died in them during the Sept. 11 attacks. The Ground Zero Sonic Memorial Soundwalk,...
Special to the SunSpotThere are many great writers who call Baltimore "home." It's a shame that our local bookstores don't feel this is a big deal. When we asked at each store for Baltimore authors, we were led to the local-interest section where we found tidewater schedules...
Special to The TimesIt's tough to shake any value from that expensive hotel room when Lower Manhattan so alluringly insists that you stay up all night. Here, a midnight dinner in an adventurous bistro like the Spotted Pig is not only possible but ordinary. Music lovers...
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Put down that dragon tattoo girl. Stop catching up with Bree Tanner. You don't need any help from Kathryn Stockett. Forget about the latest from Scott Turow or David Mitchell or Charlaine Harris or Paul Auster or Rick Riordan or Stephen King. Novels are...
Jacket CopyMaybe not every community should have a book festival, but Brooklyn, N.Y., showed how to throw an excellent one Sunday. With more than 150 booksellers, magazines and other bookish folks set up in tents on the plaza in front of......
Jacket CopyColum McCann's novel "Let the Great World Spin" is set in New York in 1974, with a wide array of characters: hookers under a freeway overpass in the Bronx, an Irishman living in the projects nearby who is kind to......
Jacket CopyPut down that dragon tattoo girl. Stop catching up with Bree Tanner. You don't need any help from Kathryn Stockett, or to chew your fingernails through a hunger game. Forget about the latest from Scott Turow or David Mitchell or......
Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz came by to talk about 32nd annual the Seaside Summer Concert Series at Asser Levy/Seaside Park, the 28th annual Martin Luther King Jr. Concert Series at Wingate Field in Crown Heights/Central Brooklyn and the...
Asterios Polyp David Mazzucchelli Pantheon: unpaged, $29.95 David Mazzucchelli has been around. After an apprenticeship in the 1980s drawing superhero comics (including " Batman: Year One," with Frank Miller), he spent the early 1990s producing three...
Tags: Architecture, Arts and Culture, Fiction
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