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Muslim Journeys: Let’s talk about it … again

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Islam | Mehnaz Afridi, professor of religious studies at Manhattan College in New York, is one of the many librarians and humanities council directors preparing to…

Notable Books

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Books | Four Christian novels

A bit rusty

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Movies | Iron Man 3 will hold viewers’ attention, but it’s no Avengers

Oblivion

Oblivion

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Movies | Life on post-apocalyptic Earth is a mixed bag for Jack Harper (Tom Cruise). By day, he’s a fighter pilot/mechanic designated with protecting a fleet of…

Notable Books

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Books | Four books spotlighting new beginnings

Duck Dynasty

Duck Dynasty

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Television | Deep in the duck blinds of Louisiana, there lives a clan of burly men and their devoted wives and children. Should you stumble upon them Wednesdays 10 p.m.

Oz the Great and Powerful

Oz the Great and Powerful

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Movies | It’s turn-of-the-20th-century Kansas, and Oz The Great and Powerful (James Franco), the Harry Houdini of middle America, is up to his usual…

Nashville

By Emily Whitten
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Television | Now in its second season, ABC’s romantic comedy Nashville (Wednesdays, 10 p.m. Eastern) may not be burning up the charts, but it is turning heads. In many ways…

Notable Books

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Books | Four nonfiction books

The Impossible

The Impossible

By Emily Whitten
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Movies | Chasing beach balls across the sand, sipping bubbly drinks by a sparkling pool—suddenly the power goes out in your hotel, and a distant rumble turns to a…

Surrender the Secret

Surrender the Secret

By Emily Whitten
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Television | Vanessa, a wife and mother of four, seems guarded and nervous as she sits in the driver’s seat, her eyes focused ahead as she merges into traffic. The…

Anna Karenina

Anna Karenina

By Emily Whitten
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Movies | Two lovers lie in blooming grass and sunlight, in the springtime of their adulterous affair. It is hours before nightfall, before the violent grasping for fig…

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