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Joseph Arellano wrote music reviews in college for the campus newspaper and FM radio station. In recent years he has written book reviews for several publications including San Francisco Book Review, Sacramento Book Review, Portland Book Review and the Tulsa Book Review. He also maintains the Joseph's Reviews blog. For Blogcritics, Joseph writes articles about music, books, TV programs, running and walking shoes, and athletic gear. He believes that most problems can be solved through the purchase of a new pair of running shoes.

Music Review: Brian Dolzani – If I Don’t Speak a Word

Is Brian Dolzani's latest album a sign that the best is yet to come from this singer-songwriter? Read More »

Running Shoe Review: Skora Core

Is the Skora Core simply a visual work of art, or a beauty on the feet and on the road? Read More »

Running Shoe Review: On Cloudrunner 2013

Does the updated version of the On Cloudrunner provide a cloud-like ride, or does it offer other strengths? Read More »

Walking Shoe Review: PROSPECS Cool Walk 405

Is a walking shoe from South Korea flexible and protective enough to be used on a daily basis? Read More »

Book Review: The Secret of the Nightingale Palace by Dana Sachs

If you loved the novel Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet will you love this book? Read More »

Running Shoe Review: Mizuno Wave Rider 16

Has firmness found a home in a running trainer from Mizuno? Read More »

Running Shoe Review: Saucony Fastwitch 6

Is the Saucony Fastwitch 6 the antidote to too much cushioning in a street racer? Read More »

Running Shoe Review: Newton Momentum All-Terrain Trainers

Is the Momentum from Newton Running a true all-terrain shoe? Read More »

Running Shoe Review: The New Balance 880v2

Will the New Balance 880v2 cushioned running shoe work for most joggers? Read More »

DVD Review: Gabriel Iglesias Presents Stand-Up Revolution, Season 2

Is an entire season of TVD comedy on one DVD too much or not enough? Read More »