‘Fortress: Sniper’s Eye’ Review: Back To The Bunker

After Bruce Willis recently diagnosed with aphasia, it is alarming to note that there are at least seven films still waiting to be released. We can only pray that one of them is a swan song worth more than Josh Sternfeld’s obnoxious “Fortress: Sniper’s Eye.” Considering that his character, a battle-hardened ex-CIA agent named Robert, …

Newly Released, From the Vermont Bunker to Chicago’s Spoken Word

ALL FLOWERS ARE KNEE FULL, by Paul Tran. (Penguin Books, paper, $18.) “My goal is certainty,” Tran writes in this powerful outlet that combines narrative words and stark beauty (bioluminescence, “dark-painted shells”) to address personal and political violence. “I am intentional even when I am uncertain. / I am free when I am intentional.” SAKTUARY, …

Russian Anti-Satellite Weapons Test Wreck Forces Astronauts to Bunker

Russia tested an anti-satellite missile on Monday, destroying one of its own satellites in orbit. The test created a vast cloud of debris that continued to orbit the Earth, and some of the material dangerously approached the International Space Station, forcing the astronauts to take shelter for hours in a pair of spacecraft that could …