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Author Archives: Luke Goldstein

A writer, movie junkie and political nerd. Basically anything that tells a good story is enthralling to me.

Tech Review: PowerSound Wireless Speaker by Powerstick


A speaker that defies its plain appearance with impressive sound and a seemingly magical audio connection. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Grateful Dead FAQ’ by Tony Sclafani


It's like a Wiki-Dead-a-Pedia. Read More »

Graphic Novel Review: ‘Watson and Holmes: A Study in Black’ by Karl Bollers, Brandon Perlow, and Paul Mendoza

watson and holmes

This re-imagining of Sherlock Holmes will leave readers waiting for the next diabolical case. Read More »

Gadget Review: Pocket Monkey Multi-Tool

Pocket Monkey

As a kid, watching 'MacGyver,' I knew I could handle anything as long as I had a good multi-tool in my pocket. It just got easier than ever to carry one around. Read More »

Toy Review: ‘Gear Shift’ Puzzle Cube


Trying to turn this in the same fashion as a "Rubik's Cube" will only make you consider hurling it at the nearest innocent bystander. Read More »

Music Review: Pretty Lights – ‘A Color Map of the Sun (Remixes)’


'A Color Map of the Sun (Remixes)' can reach into party locales and raise roofs, but Pretty Lights shows skill in the solitary experiences as well. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Conspiracy Theories and Other Dangerous Ideas’ by Cass R. Sunstein

Conspiracy Book Cover

The much-demonized Sunstein presents a series of difficult-to-categorize essays. Read More »

Martin Bashir and the Censorship of Crass

MSNBC Correspondents

Free speech is a right, but being paid to be on television is not. Read More »

The Mega ‘Doctor Who’ Gift Guide

Dalek Mr Potato Head

So if you are one of those people or one of them exists on your holiday shopping list, this review of just a few of the perfect gift items will help you narrow down your choices nicely. Read More »

DVD Review: ‘The Mortal Instruments – City of Bones’


The Mortal Instruments - City of Bones isn't bad and it makes me curious for what the next chapter will bring. Read More »