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Jakob Dylan Previews New Album Women & Country

Can't wait another month for Dylan's second solo venture? Good news! Two tracks are already available for free download. Read More »

Music CD/DVD Review: Dolly Parton: Live from London

Your exclusive ticket to Dolly Parton's sold-out London concerts: Well worth the price of admission. Read More »

Book Review: Naguib Mahfouz’s Dreams

Love, lust, fear, betrayal and death: Egypt's Nobel laureate dreamt them, too. Read More »

Music Review: Dolly [Box Set]

Dolly Parton is a genuine American success story. How better to prove it than with a smartly-picked retrospective collection? Read More »

Concert Review: Os Mutantes – Antone’s Bar, Austin, TX

Brazil's "Mutants" rock Austin with tropical beats. No Portuguese required! Read More »

Movie Review: Where The Wild Things Are

Oedipus complex in tow, Spike Jonze's new film is more for adults than children. Read More »


The República Oriental del Uruguay, known to most as just “Uruguay”, is located near the bottom of South America’s Atlantic coast. Home to nearly 3.5 million people, the country maintains a reputation for being well-educated and socially progressive, as least as relative to its Latin American brothers. In 2009, it drew attention for its decision to grant full adoption rights ... Read More »

Music Review: Willie Nelson’s American Classic

Redheaded he may be, but Willie Nelson is no stranger to the standards genre. Read More »

Book Review: The Squatter and the Don by María Amparo Ruiz de Burton

The first English book by a Mexican-American and a cornerstone of the Chicano canon, Squatter remains culturally and historically salient. Read More »

Book Review: The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman

Gaiman's most successful foray into kid's lit is likable - can't debate that - but it isn't his masterpiece. Read More »