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Book Review: The Fairies Return: Or New Tales for Old, Compiled by Peter Davies and Edited by Maria Tatar

An entertaining read and a fascinating look at an era's adult take on the timeless tales that children are still being reared on today. Read More »

Music Review: Various Artists – Jail House Bound: John Lomax’s First Southern Prison Recordings 1933

Makes it obvious how much African American culture has been an influence on American popular culture as a whole. Read More »

Book Review: After Midnight by Irmgard Keun

Slim novel effectively portrays life in pre-war Nazi Germany through the eyes of a young ingenue. Read More »

Music Review: Various Artists – Baby How Can It Be? Songs Of Love, Lust & Contempt From The 1920s & 1930s

The real roots of American popular music. Read More »

DVD Review: The Good, The Bad, The Weird

Wow. Wire work and spaghetti Westerns! Read More »

Book Review: Unbound: A True Story of War, Love, and Survival by Dean King

Unbound chronicles the history of 30 Chinese women who left a legacy for the ages. Read More »

DVD Review: Public Enemies (Two-Disc Special Edition)

Johnny Depp and Christian Bale face off in director Michael Mann’s 1930s biographical crime drama Public Enemies. Read More »

DVD Review: Captain Calamity (1936)

One of those rare motion picture events in which absolutely nothing remotely interesting happens. Read More »

Book Review: Dark Road Rising by P.N. Elrod

New chapter in the Vampire Files series does a few things differently this time around Read More »