Dick & Sharon: On his way out the door, as a way to give the new editors the finger, Andy concocts a letter purportedly written by an anonymous homeless woman, Jane Doe, who’s so bereft by her plight that she promises to kill herself on the Fourth of July.
Dick Price & Sharon Kyle: Out of Billie Holiday’s lifetime of pain and suffering, “Lady Day” highlights Holiday’s heart-rending body of music that lives with us 60 years after she left us.
Dick Price & Sharon Kyle: Clemency, the compelling new film by writer-director Chinonye Chukwu, focuses on the oft-overlooked effect the death penalty has on the people involved in carrying it out.
Dick Price & Sharon Kyle: Their emotions rocketing from high to low and back again, the pair prepare to celebrate this triumph with a lovemaking session they promise will drive the bed right through the floor.
Dick & Sharon: Overlooking the Hudson River, in a spacious apartment on Manhattan’s posh Riverside Drive, a collection of broken souls has gathered to seek refuge if not redemption in Stephen Adly Guirgis’ dark comedy, “Between Riverside and Crazy.”