Decades apart, two films that dig into the mixed-up heart of being American
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Dodging the IRS is not only illegal but also increasingly fraught with serious consequences.
If you have to choose between kisses and porchetta, always choose the latter.
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When your son thinks greens are "strange" and befriends lobsters, cooking gets interesting.
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Mark McGuire, D. Charles Speer & the Helix and Angel Olsen all shine on new releases.
When you stop hauling around kids, your own flesh can fall in love with your arms.