Wednesday May 15
Sonoma Valley Sun
Radio noir with Philip Marlowe
Has there ever been a detective as cool as Philip Marlowe, the pulp fiction creation of Raymond Chandler? As quick with a wisecrack as he was with gun, Marlowe worked the lonely streets and seedy alleys of '30 L.A. "I needed a drink," runs one first-person riff.
Blintzes and first fruits
Shavuot made its mark very early in American Jewish history, when in 1764, Rabbi Haim Isaac Carigal of the Holy Land gave a memorable Shavuot sermon at the Touro Synagogue in Newport, Rhode Island.
Humphrey Bogart Film Festival Debuts in Key Largo
In the very setting of that famous cinematic face-off between Humphrey Bogart and Edward G. Robinson - from the fourth film of the Bogart-Bacall series - the town of Key Largo will be celebrating ol' Bogie's legacy this May 2 through 5 during the Humphrey Bogart Film Festival .
The Jersey Journal
Kenilworth Library Book Group to discuss 'The Big Sleep'
The book group of the Kenilworth Public Library will meet to discuss Raymond Chandler's crime fiction classic, The Big Sleep, at 7:15 p.m. on Tuesday, March 12, in the library's activity room.
Film School Rejects
'The Big Sleep' Has the Big Pedigree, But 'Laura' Is Better Film Noir
Film from the '40s is perhaps best remembered for all of the dark and moody crime dramas it produced that kicked off the film noir genre.