Teen rebels rule in Larry Clark's Wassup Rockers
A family's crisis feels a bit too familiar in Imaginary Heroes
Moving beyond stand-up, an addict plumbs his own depths
Frank Perry's existential melodramas
The book Nickel and Dimed is a first-rate journalistic look at minimum-wage life. The play it inspired is just journalism.
Josh Kornbluth leaves us helpless with laughter and pleasantly lost
Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
After decades of being misunderstood, novelist and gay icon John Rechy is fighting back -- and making Hollywood take notice
Itzhak Volansky insists he isn't much interested in books, or the bookstore he owns. That disinterest is one reason McDonald's Books has become an enormous, wonderful, disordered phantasmagoria that attracts a wonderfully eccentric clientele. And who real