reporter Seth Rosenfeld examines the little known secret understanding between
J. Edgar Hoover and California Gov. Ronald Reagan. Rosenfeld explains the
collusion’s connection to the heavy
The Charles Allis Art Museum
presents “Wisconsin’s Own: Aaron Boyd,” an exhibition sure to delight the eye
and the imagination.
Boyd, who grew up in Milwaukee and still calls the city home, works
from a studio
"Taliesin is a house in three
acts," declares the preface of Building Taliesin: Frank Lloyd Wright's
Home of Love and Loss, a new book
by Madison journalist Ron McCrea that tells the fascinating story of
this famous residence
Set along the shores of Lake Superior in
Duluth, Minn., The Lighthouse Road by
Peter Geye recreates life in the late 19th and early 20th centuries as it tells
the tale of backwoods logging and bootlegging through tragic characters...
Francisco-based Phil Cousineau
has 15 documentary screenwriting credits, beginning in 1987 with The Hero’s
Journey, focusing on his mentor Joseph Campbell and predating the Bill Moyers
series of Campbell interviews...
In Jonathan Evison's The Revised Fundamentals of Caregiving, we are introduced to Benjamin Benjamin, a character at the end of his rope. Benjamin has had a rash of bad luck, including the loss of his wife, his family and his livelihood. With no options...
Sean Chercover, author of the Chicago-based thrillers Big City, Bad Blood and Trigger City, brings readers a new crime drama that mixes mystery and intrigue with unpredictable twists and fascinating plotlines. The Trinity Game, full of heart-pounding action...
Charles “Shake” Bouchon thought that escaping to exotic Belize and opening a small restaurant on the beach would be the perfect way to leave behind his life of crime. However, trouble seems to follow Shake, the lead character in Lou Berney...