Writing Crime Right: How author Don Winslow approaches hot-topic issues
Author Don Winslow’s books have attracted filmmakers like Oliver Stone and James Mangold. We talk to him about his latest novel, “The Force” and how he tries to accurately portray issues like police shootings of unarmed black men, law enforcement corruption, and more.
Losing a Legacy: The collapse of the Stroh Brewing Company
Frances Stroh grew up in the family that owned America’s third biggest brewer, Stroh Brewing Company. As she aged into adulthood, she watched as both the brewery and her family life fell apart. She talks about the struggles the company faced, how her family dealt with it, and when a legacy can become a burden.