Rob Spillman's memoir "All Tomorrow's Parties" about his rebellious pursuit of artistic authenticity yields an inviting although shallow story.
These four German words, translated "I am a Berliner," concluded President John F. Kennedy's Berlin speech Wednesday, June 26, 1963, and went down in history. Hamburg photographer Ulrich Mack was among the press corps capturing the event, as well as the prior days Kennedy spent in other German cities. "Kennedy in Berlin" is Mack's collection of unpublished black-and-white photographs. Here's a peek.