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Music Review: The SteelDrivers – The SteelDrivers

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Book Review: Delta Blues: The Life and Times of the Mississippi Masters Who Revolutionized American Music by Ted Gioia

Casual fans may find their appreciation of the blues deepened through these biographical snapshots of Delta blues musicians. Read More »

Music Review: Robert Plant and Alison Krauss – Raising Sand

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The Old Bookstore That Stocked Living Things, Not ‘Products’

When the shop went out of business, a large part of the pleasure I took in buying books went along with it. Read More »

On Buying An Amazon Kindle

I have read more in the past several weeks than I have in the year prior, mainly because I can read in more places. Read More »

Carl Sagan’s Cosmos

The late Carl Sagan was one of those rare scientists who could communicate some of the pleasures of science to the general public: the passion for learning, the deep satisfaction of discovery, and majesty and awe of the Universe in scales both large and small. His documentary Cosmos stands as one of the best in television history, and now it ... Read More »