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A reporter’s account of the Emmett Till trial—An American Tragedy.
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Robert Weaver makes like Joseph Cornell and everybody wins.
The cinematic brilliance of Julian Allen.
E Jean hangs with the all-American rocker in the thick of his Pink Houses prime.
Wells is a genuine phenomenon, an American and a woman who suddenly occupies a stellar position as a critic in a trade dominated by French men.
Meryl Streep and the great Raul Julia in “A Taming of the Shrew” for the ages.
When quitting your day job is a brilliant career move.
Craft Beats Art by a T.K.O. Leonard Gardner on location during the filming of “Fat City.”
Our favorite artist to come out of Pittsburgh—and no, it ain’t Andy Warhol.
Pauline Kael was the most loved, hated, and talked about film critic who ever lived.
This is one of our favorite celebrity profiles—from the master, Helen Dudar.
Omaha Beach After D-Day.
Billy Bucks was as good as a ballplayer can be without being a hell of a ballplayer.