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Book Review: Greg Prato, “The Faith No More & Mr. Bungle Companion”

In which Chris Holmes reviews Greg Prato's The Faith No More & Mr. Bungle Companion. The verdict? You should care a lot....

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Book Review: Gary K. Wolf, “Typical Day”

So I’ve read a lot of articles over the last three years or so about the exciting, brave new world of e-book publishing, almost all...

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Book Review: Jack Kimble, “Profiles in Courageousness”

Political satire is usually pretty lead-footed. It’s hard to do well, with the result usually falling into the realm of smug,...

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Mary Wells & Sly & The Family Stone Book Reviews: Big Money Goes To Soul School

If you're a fan of soul music, we've got reviews of two books you must add to your must-read list....

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Miles Davis: The Complete Illustrated History: Book Review

A new coffee-table book takes a look at the life and career of the incomparable Miles Davis. Does the book match up with the legend?...

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Book Review: “The World Almanac Book of Facts 2013”

Are almanacs still necessary? Yeah, I think they are. Even though you can find exactly the thing you  need on the Internet instantly,...

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Reading Is Fundamental: New Kids on the Block Five Brothers & A Million Sisters

I should take offense to the title of this book. I am-somewhat unashamedly-a New Kids on the Block fan. I am also a guy. A black guy,...

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Reading Is Fundamental: “Featuring Michael Jackson”

Author Joe Vogel's new book, "Featuring Michael Jackson," continues to make the case for the King of Pop to be judged on his considerable...

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Reading Is Fundamental: Tim Thornton’s The Alternative Hero

Referencing the '90s Britpop scene, you might want to check out "The Alternative Hero," the book by Tim Thornton....

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Book Review: “Marty Feldman: The Biography of a Comedy Legend”

There was more to the comic than meets the eyes....

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Book Review: Pat Benatar, “Between A Heart And A Rock Place”

Think back to that one time that your friends had tickets to a show that you didn’t know about, that was already sold out. Sure,...

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Book Review: Jeff Martin, “My Dog Ate My Nobel Prize”

We live in an age when you don’t have to be a dignitary, famous celebrity or someone who survived tragedy to write your...

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Book Review: Stephen King’s “The Stand: Captain Trips”

You won’t hear it from the literary highbrow among us, but Stephen King’s novel The Stand has all of the elements necessary to...