Arts & Entertainment
“Everything that could go wrong did go wrong,” says Robert P. Watson, author of “The Nazi Titanic,” about the making of the anti-British propaganda film Titanic. Case in point: Director Herbert Selpin was murdered by the Gestapo before he finished the movie.
“The Typewriter Revolution” contains all you need to know about typewriting in the early twenty-first century.
In “Mona Lisa: A Life Discovered,” journalist Dianne Hales introduces the reader to the most recognized artistic subject in history.
“Failure is not a part of the story, it is the story.” —Belinda Rathbone
‘The 33’ were sealed inside a mine as deep as the tallest building on earth. This is the story of what happened underground—and after they were rescued.
A former winner’s critical yet affectionate profile of the Miss America pageant.