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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 »

uruguay

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 »