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Review: Red scare of '50s tests friends in 'Chelsea Girls'

"The Chelsea Girls: a Novel" (Dutton), by Fiona Davis Best friends Hazel and Maxine, stars of Fiona Davis' new book, "The Chelsea Girls," never really got to be girls. Circumstances ...

PVH Corp. Named to Forbes’ Inaugural List of the Best Employers for Women

NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jul 24, 2018--PVH Corp. (NYSE:PVH), one of the world’s largest apparel companies and owner of iconic brands including  CALVIN KLEIN, TOMMY HILFIGER,  Van Heusen,  Speedo, Wa...

PVH Corp. Supports and Celebrates LGBTQ Rights at NYC Pride March 2018

NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jun 24, 2018--PVH Corp. [NYSE:PVH], one of the world’s largest apparel companies and owner of iconic brands including  CALVIN KLEIN, TOMMY HILFIGER,  Van Heusen,  Speedo, Wa...

Spade remembered as vibrant and colorful, like her creations

NEW YORK (AP) — Bright. Vibrant. Colorful. And, most essentially, fun. The same words used so often to describe Kate Spade's enormously popular handbags — "It" bags that were both as...

Spade remembered as vibrant and colorful, like her creations

NEW YORK (AP) — Bright. Vibrant. Colorful. And, most essentially, fun. The same words used so often to describe Kate Spade's enormously popular handbags — "It" bags that were both as...

Review: Author creates equivalent of 'Cheers' bar

"The Music Shop: A Novel" (Random House), by Rachel Joyce Author Rachel Joyce has created the equivalent of the "Cheers" bar in a record store: "The Music Shop" is a warm, familiar p...

'Quick and Dirty' returns to Barrington's detective roots

"Quick & Dirty" (G.P. Putnam's Sons), by Stuart Woods Stone Barrington's newest "adventure," and that is, really, what this sophisticated, smart and well-heeled guy seeks on a re...

Review: 'The Almost Sisters' tests bonds of family & friends

"The Almost Sisters: a Novel" (William Morrow), by Joshilyn Jackson "The Almost Sisters" is, at its heart, a story about four generations of family. How author Joshilyn Jackson defin...

Hard to find a hero among 'People We Hate at the Wedding'

"The People We Hate at the Wedding" (Flatiron Books), by Grant Ginder "The People We Hate at the Wedding" could have been titled, "The People You Wish Eloped." There was an expectati...

'Indecent Exposure' plays up Stone Barrington's softer side

"Indecent Exposure'(G.P. Putnam's Sons), by Stuart Woods As a longtime reader of Stuart Woods' Stone Barrington books, I took a moment in "Indecent Exposure" to marvel at the journey...

Kevin Hart's 'Life Lessons' largely come from his youth

"I Can't Make This Up: Life Lessons" (Atria), by Kevin Hart Kevin Hart's rags-to-riches life story, told candidly in his new autobiography, "I Can't Make This Up: Life Lessons," make...

Wife of a swindler pays the price in 'Widow of Wall Street'

"The Widow of Wall Street" (Atria Books), by Randy Susan Meyers How could she? How could the wife of a Wall Street swindler, a Bernie Madoff type, not walk out the door at first word...

Review: Robert B. Parker's 'Revelation'

"Robert B. Parker's Revelation" (G.P. Putnam's Sons), by Robert Knott The late Robert B. Parker made a career — a very successful, almost 40-year one — out of a series of flawed-hero...