By Randy LoBasso
Thought "Zero Dark Thirty" was intense? The author of "Black Hawk Down" has a new book that looks even harder at America's post-9/11 warfare.
By Brian Freedman
So much of the food here evinces Ba’s ability to take a relatively short list of ingredients and transmogrify them into something infinitely greater than the sum of their individual parts. The onions defining the yassa chicken, for example, were as sweet and creamy as slices of perfectly ripe mango.
By PW Staff
Passport to World Cinema, Al Gore, Walk the Moon and 50 more must-do happenings around town this week.
By J. Cooper Robb
By far the most interesting scenes in David Robson's drama are when he explores the limited shelf life of professional athletes and the toll football takes on its players’ bodies.