No Place To Hide for The Good Spy; from The Snowden Files to Big Data, a Dragnet Nation
Talented backup singers in recent pop music history, the exciting result of the Go Public Project, Out in Public humanizes the Arab-Israeli conflict by focusing on its effects on the lives of two men and their families.
More Grove, for much has happened in the world of American music; Morgan’s Genealogy at a Glance helps users navigate Ancestry.com; Encyclopedia of Media Violence provides strong and current coverage.
The United States of Autism, A Remastered Pawnbroker, Hergé’s Tintin, Crime Spree Roundup, & More | Video Reviews
Evert’s United States of Autism gives a sense of togetherness, a welcome step up for The Pawnbroker, Tintin‘s mass appeal, modern jewel thieves Smash & Grab
Muscle Shoals, a significant chapter in popular music history, Hannah Arendt through a limited lens, overcoming challenges with The Frog Princes is recommended for most viewers.
The Law in Focus (Internet, Criminology, Training), Dublin in Maps, + Short Takes, & More | Reference Reviews
de Buitléir’s Portrait of Dublin is essential and a gorgeous curio for browsers; users will go to Internet and the Law; surprisingly inspiring reference from Tolkien Trivia to Consumer Survival.
Polanski’s First-Class Tess, Pop Icon Marvin Hamlisch, Ping Pong on Four Continents, & More | Video Reviews
Reviews of Tess, Marvin Hamlisch: What He Did for Love, Ping Pong, and a list of titles from the April 1 issue.
Reviews of Birth of the Living Dead, Life Is a Saxophone, Rising from Ashes, Cutie and the Boxer, and a list of titles from the March 15 issue.
Reviews of Edward Hirsch’s A Poet’s Glossary; Street Lit: Representing the Urban Landscape; John R. Vile’s The United States Constitution: Questions and Answers, and a list of titles from the March 1 issue.
Reviews of Nashville, Big Star: Nothing Can Hurt Me, The Welcome, Dirty Wars, La Maison de la Radio, Out of Print and a list of titles from the March 1 issue.