Review: Doomtree sticks to urgent roots on 'All Hands' (Grade: B-plus)

Of course the album art is a ship-in-a-bottle engulfed in flames. And fittingly, "All Hands," the latest release from hip-hop supergroup – nay, superlabel – Doomtree has a sense of urgency throughout.

Book review: ‘The Girl on the Train’ is an enjoyable, intriguing ride

“The Girl on the Train” by Paula Hawkins; Riverhead (323 pages, $26.95)

Book review: Hornby’s new novel, ‘Funny Girl,’ sedate despite swinging setting

“Funny Girl” by Nick Hornby; Riverhead (452 pages, $27.95)

Book review: Magical journey of ‘Etta and Otto’

“Etta and Otto and Russell and James” by Emma Hooper; Simon & Schuster (320 pages, $26)

Book review: Author covers cold, hard truths of Victorian life

“How To Be Victorian: A Dawn-To-Dusk Guide To Victorian Life” by Ruth Goodman; Liveright Publishing Co./Norton (464 pages, $29.95)

Duff Goldman ‘Ace’ of two Food Network shows now

BALTIMORE — At the start of Duff Goldman’s new Food Network show, “Kids Baking Championship,” which premieres Feb. 2, eight pint-sized pastr ...

Sound Advice: Getting a turntable serviced

Q: I have a Technics SL-10 turntable that looks pristine and sounds fine to my ears, but intermittently ends playback early. My local repair ...

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