Fifty years ago today the Allman Brothers Band headlined a festival bigger than Woodstock — the Summer Jam at Watkins Glen — alongside the Grateful Dead and the Band. A new book by Alan Paul tells the story of that time.
In 'Pageboy,' Elliot Page displays a deep breathing, thoughtful self-reflection about an existence defined by public roles—whether on screen or imprisoned by closets—that now sees the quiet narrator reset the story of his life.
“Why is the beet-farming, paper-selling, tangentially-Amish man-baby with the giant forehead and short-sleeved mustard shirts writing about the meaning of life?” asks Riann Wilson in his new book, "Soul Boom." It's a good question.