Ever wonder what happened to your precious bookmark or a high school love letter? Bookseller Michael Popek writes about odd things people leave between the pages.
When the world is going to proverbial poop, what do you do? Turn to self-parody, of course.
Like many great stories, the animated documentary “Waltz With Bashir” begins with two men in a bar. It’s a few years ago, and Israeli filmmaker Ari Folman is sitting talking to Boaz, his old pal, now a successful accountant in his 40s. Boaz tells of a recurring nightmare he’s had for 20 years. In the dream, ferocious dogs — 26, to be precise — are racing through town, destroying everything that gets in their way. Their destination? Boaz’s window.