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Review: Kurt Vile's wanderlust clear on 'Bottle It In
Kurt Vile, "Bottle It In" (Matador Records)
Oct 15 8:53PM AP

Channeling Zep, Greta Van Fleet keeps '70s-style rock alive
Greta Van Fleet, "Anthem of the Peaceful Army" (Lava/Republic)
Oct 15 8:49PM AP

Review: Josie Silver writes captivating love story
One Day in December" (Broadway Books), by Josie Silver
Oct 15 8:23PM AP

Review: 'The Darkness' is insightful character study
The Darkness" (Minotaur), by Ragnar Jonasson
Oct 15 8:14PM AP

Ellie Kemper endears herself to fans in 'My Squirrel Days
My Squirrel Days" (Scribner), by Ellie Kemper
Oct 15 7:59PM AP

Tana French returns, siding with victim in 'The Witch Elm
The Witch Elm: a Novel" (Viking), by Tana French
Oct 15 7:00PM AP

Review: The former Haley Bonar is wordless on 'Pleasureland
HALEY, "Pleasureland" (Memphis Industries)
Oct 15 6:58PM AP

Review: Melissa McCarthy in 'Can You Ever Forgive Me?
The early 1990s New York of Marielle Heller's "Can You Ever Forgive Me?" isn't so long ago but it already feels staggeringly distant. It's a New York of publishing industry cocktail parties, of book stores, lots of them, and of scheming, foul-mouthed eccentrics.
Oct 15 6:42PM AP

Film Review: 40 years later, 'Halloween' slashes again
With hollow eyes and sagging cheeks, the flabby white mask of Michael Myers is horror's great blank slate. Project your fears here, it says. Myers doesn't speak.
Oct 15 4:39PM AP

A prince or princess?: Facts about Harry and Meghan's baby
LONDON (AP) Kensington Palace said Monday that Prince Harry and his wife Meghan, duchess of Sussex, are expecting their first child to be born in the spring of 2019. Here are answers to some questions about the baby-to-be.
Oct 15 2:39PM AP

Unsheltered' by Barbara Kingsolver blends fact and fiction
Unsheltered" (Harper), by Barbara Kingsolver
Oct 15 1:52PM AP

NOT REAL NEWS: Was Bill Cosby in a prison food fight?
Comedian Bill Cosby, now inmate No. NN7687 in a Pennsylvania prison, was not slapped with a chicken patty during a food fight, despite stories circulating online.
Oct 11 3:38PM AP

Film Review: 'The Hate U Give' should be seen by everyone
The Hate U Give " begins with a scene at the family dinner table where a father is giving his young kids "the talk" the one in which he explains to his 9-year-old daughter, Starr, and toddler son exactly what to do when they're pulled over by a police officer. Hands on the dashboard. No sudden movement.
Oct 10 7:59PM AP

Review: The Bottle Rockets keep it real on basic 'Bit Logic
The Bottle Rockets, "Bit Logic" (Bloodshot Records)
Oct 10 7:16PM AP

Review: John Hiatt finds inspiration doing romance dance
John Hiatt, "The Eclipse Sessions" (New West)
Oct 10 5:21PM AP

Film Review: A timely story of addiction in 'Beautiful Boy
Relapse is part of recovery. That's what one doctor in "Beautiful Boy " tells David Sheff (Steve Carell), the distraught father of a teenage son, Nic (Timothee Chalamet), who has been dabbling in alcohol, weed, cocaine, heroin and crystal meth, and has become an addict.
Oct 10 5:15PM AP

Review: Edie Brickell's return with original band a triumph
Edie Brickell and New Bohemians, "Rocket" (Verve Forecast)
Oct 10 4:47PM AP

Review: Elvis Costello views misery on sumptuous 'Look Now
Elvis Costello & The Imposters, "Look Now" (Concord Records)
Oct 9 7:06PM AP

Review: In 'Bad Times at the El Royale,' a motel's mysteries
Drew Goddard, the screenwriter-turned-director whose feature debut was the meta-horror film "A Cabin in the Woods," has laid another movie trap.
Oct 9 6:51PM AP

Review: Pussy Riot founder's guide to political activism
Read & Riot: A Pussy Riot Guide to Activism" (HarperOne), by Nadya Tolokonnikova
Oct 9 3:29PM AP