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Book Review: ‘What Would Mary Berry Do?’ by Claire Sandy

What Would Mary Berry Do?

Who would have thought that the story of a normal family living a normal life and dealing with normal things in a normal way would be captivating? Read More »

Book Review: ‘Populatti’ by Jackie Nastri Bardenwerper


A young adult novel about social media that does not slip into clichés and extremes, ‘Populatti’ provides good food for thought in an entertaining book. Read More »

Music Review: Nehedar – ‘The Warming House’

Nehedar's 'The Warming House'

A little bit of a lot of elements come together surprisingly well in an album that offers interesting insight into its composer. Read More »

Music Review: aCr – ‘Ghost Note Manifest’

Ghost Note Manifest

'Ghost Note Manifest' is a trio of interesting songs from aCr, one of which paints a very vivid scene. Read More »

Music Review: Oswald – ‘Ride’ EP

Oswald's 'Ride'

Oswald uses his debut as a vehicle to reflect on the state of the hip hop music industry in a way that does not fill the listener with anger or despair. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Mademoiselle’ by Rhonda K. Garelick


Coco Chanel is much more than a mere fashion icon, as Rhonda K. Garelick shows in this riveting biography. Read More »

Music Review: Billy Roberts and the Rough Riders – ‘The Last Of The Originals’

Billy Roberts and the Rough Riders

'The Last Of The Originals’ is far from being just a country album. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking’ by Susan Cain

quiet: the power of introverts

With an estimated one-third of the population being introverted, it is all the more important to understand what this implies. Read More »

Book Review: ‘My Year of Epic Rock’ by Andrea Pyros

my year of epic rock

A story of betrayal that takes a very different path towards resolution, 'My Epic Year of Rock' is bound to inspire adults and young adults alike. Read More »

Music Review: Xombie – ‘Capital X’

Xombie - Capital X

While the the well crafted and polished music of this talented band did not resonate with me , it should fare quite well with lovers of the rap metal genre. Read More »