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Movie review: Woody Harrelson doesn't do justice to Daniel Clowes' graphic novel in 'Wilson'

Daniel Clowes is one of the great graphic novelists and jaundiced wits of our time, creator of fantastically bitter characters whose litanies of complaint and twisted avenues of philosophical inquiry would be tragic, or merely pathetic, if they weren't also really funny. Clowes is like Anton Chekhov's wiseacre American cousin. And, near-miraculously, director Terry Zwigoff's film versions of Clowes' graphic novels "Ghost World" (2001, featuring Thora Birch and a pre-stardom Scarlett Johansson) and "Art School Confidential" (2006) stayed true to the tone, rhythm and sneaky pathos of the Clowes books.

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The first restaurant opens at The Summit at Fritz Farm

J. Alexander's off Nicholasville Road is open and ready for business. The LexGo Eat team gets a taste of their wood-fired dishes.
Caitlyn Stroh Special to The Herald-Leader
The first restaurant opens at The Summit at Fritz Farm 3:10

The first restaurant opens at The Summit at Fritz Farm

New Lexington restaurant gets its tuna all the way from Hawaii 0:48

New Lexington restaurant gets its tuna all the way from Hawaii

Sweet (and salty) Sixteen: What can you eat while watching the games this week? 2:49

Sweet (and salty) Sixteen: What can you eat while watching the games this week?

How to make the perfect Rupp Arena ice cream cone 1:35

How to make the perfect Rupp Arena ice cream cone

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