The secret world of the Dunkin’ Donuts franchise kings
Inside the take-no-prisoners world of the Dunkin’ franchise kings.
Bill Littlefield on a father-son softball story
In retirement, Mo Englander was looking to stay busy. So his son, Matt, started him a team.
State-by-state breakdown of Dunkin’ Donuts shops
The figures are from the Dunkin’ Brands Group, noting they are the most recent figures.
With ‘Bent,’ Zeitgeist explores another heavy topic
The 1979 play “Bent” may have been the first to look so squarely at one particular aspect of the Holocaust — the plight of the German gay community. The play, which opens for previews Friday, is the first production of Zeitgeist Stage Company’s 14th season.
‘Last Days in Vietnam’ revisits the fall of Saigon
The story Rory Kennedy tells in the documentary is at once riveting and heartbreaking.
Double the dysfunction in ‘The Skeleton Twins’
Bill Hader and Kristen Wiig portray disaffected siblings coming to terms with long-buried traumas in the comedy-drama.
‘This Is Where I Leave You’ tries to put fun back into funeral
Shawn Levy’s movie, starring Jason Bateman and Tina Fey, wants to sell you a bridge made of sitcom farce and Hallmark moments.
A role where Jane Fonda can get risque
Fonda says she was challenged by the improvisational skills of her costars Jason Bateman and Tina Fey in “This Is Where I Leave You.”
‘The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby’ is too contrived
First time director Ned Benson turns traumatic loss and grief into an exercise in point of view in this study of a couple estranged by tragedy.
‘The Maze Runner’ comes to the screen
Teens should eat up this fantasy’s scenery-chewing angst and doom, and the hopeful tale of survival and empowerment.
‘Tusk’ and Kevin Smith: goo goo g’joob
This intentionally Z-grade horror parody is about a guy who gets turned into a walrus.
‘The Green Prince’: Tinker, tailor, Palestinian, Israeli
The Israeli documentary looks at a double agent with a shocking background.
Neeson’s latest is a lonely ‘A Walk Among the Tombstones’
Liam Neeson plays Lawrence Block’s signature protagonist, an unlicensed P.I. who reluctantly agrees to help a drug dealer find the men who killed his wife.
‘The Strange Color of Your Body’s Tears’ lacks momentum
The film plays like snippets of stylistically inspired suspense whose impact could be far greater if story were any sort of priority.
MØ spreads girl power, tells us her five favorite women
If MØ’s debut album, “No Mythologies to Follow,” hints at the future of pop music, then sign us up.
Was it wrong to snoop?
Q. Dear Meredith,
I am 42 (divorced) and my now ex-boyfriend is 45 (divorced and sober). We had been together (exclusive) just six months, known each other for about 10 months. We had been talking about moving in together.
Opponent pretended to faint, but Miami didn’t fall for it
Arkansas State went deep into the bag of tricks but got only an intercepted pass to show for it.