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NONFICTION: An ornery, broken-down, used-up man and an ornery, broken-down, used-up dog find each other. "The Speckled Beauty" by Rick Bragg; Alfred A. Knopf (238 pages, $26) ——— Those of us with city dogs (what Rick Bragg calls "fancy dog people") might be aghast to read about the life of Speck, the rambunctious, mostly untrained, free-ranging and always-spoiling-for-a-fight rescue dog that ...

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"#FreeRayShawn": This engrossing crime drama centers on a fast food worker who we meet zooming through the back streets of New Orleans with wh…

Don't call it ice cream. Not if you're in Milwaukee. Not if you don't want to be ridiculed as rude, clueless, a rube. Folks in Wisconsin's largest city take their signature dish seriously - no offense, cheese curds - and consider it an insult to confuse their rich dairy dessert with ordinary supermarket ice cream. You'll find frozen custard stands scattered across the Milwaukee metro area. So ...

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