1,000 places to go with her

  What I like most about “Frank’s Wild Years,” is what a clever little liar it is and how — like all clever little liars — its lies reveal so many larger truths. Truths not just about this couple, Frank and his wife, but also about the city they live … → read more

Nobody Sings Dylan like Dylan

At the end of this week, I’ll return to the key issues that Dylan addresses in “The Ballad of Hollis Brown.” As part of that, I’ll look at one of if not the worst versions of the song ever sung — by Dylan himself of course — and how that … → read more