Generations have kept the Isley Brothers on top of the charts for six decades and counting. In this preview of an interview to be broadcast on “Sunday Morning” Maurice DuBois talks with Ron and Ernie Isley about some of their biggest hits, including “Shout” and “Between the Sheets.
Faith “Zephyr” Herbert is one of Valiant Comics breakout stars. The plus-sized superheroine fights crime in the streets of Los Angeles — and now, she’s up against an AI trying to damage time itself. (Image credit: )
Since Barnes and Noble pulled out of the Bronx last year, there has been no general interest bookstore in the borough. Noelle Santos hopes to open one by the end of the year.
In Tom Perrotta’s new novel, Mrs. Fletcher, the title character is a single empty nester looking to reinvent herself. Perrotta tells NPR’s Don Gonyea about Eve Fletcher’s transformation.
Charles Soule and Ryan Browne’s neon-drenched comic is giddily over-the-top, featuring a buffed-up wizard named Wizord, his talking koala sidekick and many, many glowing blasts of mystical fire. (Image credit: Image Comics)
A weekly round up on what’s happening and what we’re seeing at the TV News Archive by Katie Dahl and Nancy Watzman. Additional research by Robin Chin. Last week, Sean Spicer left his White House post and Anthony Scaramucci, the new communications director, made his mark; Sen. John McCain, R., Ariz., returned …