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Ana Lily Amirpour asks tough questions with 'The Bad Batch'

People have been asking Ana Lily Amirpour to explain herself a lot lately with the release of "The Bad Batch," a psychedelic cannibal western in which society's undesirables are kicked out through a Texas border wall and left to wander the unforgiving wasteland. But answers don't come easily with the gory quasi-love story that won Amirpour the special jury prize at the Venice Film Festival last year.

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A Q-and-A with Kevin Kwan, of 'Crazy Rich Asians' fame

I don't know about you, but I gobbled all three volumes of Kevin Kwan's gossipy, name-droppy and wickedly funny "Crazy Rich Asians" trilogy as if they were popcorn. (Really fresh, still-warm popcorn, with that good European butter ... but I digress.) The novels, set among three intergenerational and ultrarich Chinese families and peppered with hilarious explanatory footnotes, are set mostly in Singapore but flit easily from one glamorous world city to another, with Young family heir Nick and his American-born girlfriend (later wife) Rachel as our levelheaded tour guides.

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My Life With Willie

Jeff Clark reviews Willie Nelson's latest album, "God's Problem Child," and interviews Willie's longtime harmonica player, Mickey Raphael.
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My Life With Willie 1:08

My Life With Willie

Robert Warrens exhibit pokes fun at the environmental status quo 1:24

Robert Warrens exhibit pokes fun at the environmental status quo

Keep On Smilin' 1:08

Keep On Smilin'

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The Rackhouse in Gulfport features steaks, bourbon

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