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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.

Book Review: ‘Cobweb Castle’ by Jan Wahl, Art by Edward Gorey

Text © Jan Wahl; Illustrations © The Edward Gorey Charitable Trust. All rights reserved.

Jan Wahl's story finds its perfect visual match with the odd stylings of Edward Gorey. Read More »

Music Review: RAC – ‘Strangers (Part 1)’

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The first part of RAC's debut album is absolutely addicting. Read More »

App Review: Photofy

Photofy

Not just another photo editor, this one goes beyond what your plain-jane offering can do. Read More »

Tech Review: iHome Ultra Slim Battery Case

iHome Ultra Slim Case

For pure functionality, you can't go wrong with the iHome Ultra Slim Battery Case. Read More »

Gadget Review: Aermate Wine Aerator

Aermate

A guy who doesn't like wine much to begin with investigates the flavor claims of aeration. Read More »

Book Review – ‘The Betrayed Confidence Revisited’ by Edward Gorey

Images ©The Edward Gorey Charitable Trust. All rights reserved.

A wealth of work from this irregular and irreplaceable genius. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Runner’ by Patrick Lee

Runner

This is a story you can jump right back into without needing time to ramp back up. Read More »

Music Review: ‘Doctor Who – The 50th Anniversary Collection: Original Television Soundtrack’

DrWho-50thAnniversary-US

This release chronicles choice pieces of score and musical interludes from the inception of the show to the most recent episode in the Matt Smith era. Read More »

Movie Review: ‘Dallas Buyers Club’

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Dallas Buyers Club stands as a story of survival against all odds, interwoven with strong performances and strong opinions. Read More »

The 56th Grammy Awards – Music, Memories and Xanax

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Get ready for a unique and extensive recap of the 2014 Grammy Awards, from the pre-show awards to the 21 televised performances and everything in between, from a genuine music enthusiast who saw it all in person. Read More »