Fancy being incredibly rich? Well, Scott Fox's book has some millionaire secrets that can help you begin to do just that.
Your thoughts determine how well you recover from cancer.
Dr. Matthew Shardlake makes his debut as the newest historic sleuth.
A pulp sci-fi writer gets included in the prestigious Library of America.
Punk rock meets photography meets murder in Elizabeth Hand's Generation Loss, a hipster crime novel with impeccable street cred.
The Last Cato intelligently continues the vein opened by Dan Brown's The DaVinci Code.
The author of The English Patient explores "how we live with those retrievals from childhood that coalesce and echo throughout our lives..."
Perhaps because these are self-published books, I get the feeling that we, the readers, are privy to a little bit more of the authors' personalities.
Hundreds of millions of sales and readers show that critics who think we are living in an illiterate age are wrong.
It's easy, and misleading, to say that the civil rights movement was a church-led initiative; the truth is much more complicated than that.
From the first page to the last Montefiore's words paint a picture of a time and place that is unforgettable.
Justine Henin is the private face of a public sport. An insight on the one who is quietly defying the norms.
Drop in to discover Evolution Surf, the coolest, most regal boards on the beach.
The attempts to silence Christians from speaking about politics is an attempt to undermine our entire form of government.
The apathetic will be just as responsible for the world's political future as misguided voters.
The Texas legislature is like a chicken with an electric prod up its cloaca trying to run fast enough to pull the plug before it gets shocked.
there is no reason that any child in Canada should be going to bed hungry at night or without a roof over their head.
With the passing of King of Queens, the sitcom is adrift in unknown waters.
What to watch this week as the season winds up.
A masterful film deserves a masterful DVD.
You get a good grip on what awaits you in The Last Sentinel when the fight choreographer is listed in the opening credits before the co-stars.
NBC announces its new fall schedule.
Editor-in-Chief of Social Life Magazine, Devorah Rose, dishes with winner of America's Next Top Model, CariDee English.
Comedy that doesn't take it as far as it could.
Alan tries a case against the government while Jerry tries to once more be gainfully employed by the firm.
Spiderman's back and this time he's got three villains to deal with...
Television, unfortunately, is notoriously unreal.
What is art? Has it something to do with sideburns?
A head exploded, and I'm having trouble concentrating on anything else in the episode.
The game industry should brace for a backlash, even though they have nothing to do with it.
I got a fever, and the only prescription is more Pac-Man!
Every (casual) game gets its 24 hours in the spotlight at Games du Jour.
Slavery and human trafficking still take place in the United States.
There is always a back story to every news report. Sometimes, it's just better to speculate...
Discover the best of what's new in Los Angeles at Ketchup and Presse Boutique.
On the 23rd Anniversary of Andy Kaufman's death, writer Ann Cardinal reflects on her experience almost wrestling him - twice.
Would you take your clothes off in the name of Art?
Whether or not Perez prevails in the courtroom, one thing is for sure: the standards for online media are still being established.
Prejudging a book by its cover is bad for people - and this play, now getting its West Coast premiere at L.A.'s Geffen Playhouse.
A fantastic band, but a sub-par effort.
The debut album from Crushed is a powerful set of tunes, replete with superb timing and intelligent lyrics.
Good things come to those who wait.
Local music, get out there and support it.
The mercurial Costello is on full display on one of the best debut albums in the history of, um, debut albums.
90's supergroup Damn Yankees go out in style.
Jorma Kaukonen solo acoustic at the intimate Zankel Hall.
"One of the amazing things about them is that they are giving dollar for dollar whatever we give them directly to research."
Two Cow Garage becomes one of my favorite, accidental discoveries.
His talents as a performer, arranger, and composer, on display through several generations of jazz, made him one of the greats.
I still love Al Stewart's music all these years later. But if we ever meet again, remind me he's owed one punch in the nose.
mental_floss fat of the day.