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September 3, 2007
Let the Witness Speak

Ken Burns returns with The War, fifteen hours on WWII. Does the Greatest Generation make for great TV?

September 3, 2007
Hugh Jackman’s Huge Gamble

Based on a BBC hit Viva Laughlin revolves around a casino in Laughlin, Nevada, whose owner becomes entangled in a murder.

September 3, 2007
Big Swinging Chick

With Cashmere Mafia, Lucy Liu aims to prove she can play a brassy blonde with the best of them.

September 3, 2007
Best of the Rest: Books

The return of Irvine Welsh, David Halberstam’s last book, a mob hit from Italy, and more.

September 3, 2007
Forget Obama and Hillary

It’s Bill vs. Greenspan vs. Valerie Plame Wilson. Somewhere at the intersection of policy porn and score-settling memoir lies the big-name political tract, and fall is often the season for them. Which will make the biggest media splash possible?

September 3, 2007
Murder, She Wrote

Author Alice Sebold is backówith a pretty tale of death in suburbia.

September 3, 2007
Philip Roth Will Not Go Gentle Into the Night

The final Zuckerman novel is as sexually obsessed as ever.

September 3, 2007
Anticipation Index

A mathematical breakdown of why we’re excited for...

September 3, 2007
Please, God, Don’t Be Too Pissed at Me

Shalom Auslander’s beef with the Lord.

September 3, 2007
Trick of the Trade

Edmund White imagines Stephen Crane dreaming about a rent boy.

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