In case you missed it, Saturday's HeldenFiles looked at some entertainment books of note, including a new biography of Jim Henson and Billy Crystal's latest. I found all of them interesting to some degree, although I have been engrossed in other reading as well: the new "Dallas 1963," about the city and the political forces swirling in it before the JFK assassination, and Dana Stabenow's Kate Shugak novels. (I am up to the 11th, "The Singing of the Dead," and an official member of the Danamaniacs page on Facebook.)
In print editions, though not yet online as far as I can determine, is my column about the new NBC version of "Dracula," which did not fill me with enthusiasm. But it did lead to an annual rite: a reader who, around Halloween time every year, calls to complain that a cover of our TV supplement is too scary for little kids. Not that little kids are ever likely to see the cover.