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Book Review: Life at Home in the Twenty-First Century: 32 Families Open Their Doors by Jeanne E. Arnold, Anthony P. Graesch, Enzo Ragazzini, Elinor Ochs

A look inside America's materialistic culture, which may make you consider a less-is-more lifestyle. Read More »

Book Review: The Last Kings of Norse America: Runestone Keys to a Lost Empire by Robert G. Johnson and Janey Westin

The Last Kings of Norse America offers the first words of a 1362 memorial poem inscribed on the Spirit Pond runestone found in Maine. Read More »

Learning to Play Andean Music in Peru: Interview with Dr. Holly Wissler

Peru's people and culture: more than Machu Picchu. Read More »

Book Review: Bring Me One Of Everything by Leslie Hall Pinder

Fiction and fact merge as a troubled writer creating the libretto for an opera about a legendary anthropologist is stumped by unanswered questions and a mysterious suicide. Read More »

Book Review: Snakewoman of Little Egypt by Robert Hellenga

A touching love story of two people trying to overcome their damaged pasts. Read More »

Book Review: Dancing with the Muses: A Historical Approach to Basic Concepts of Music by M. Zachary Johnson

Integrating musical theory, music history, and the philosophy of music, Dancing with the Muses draws on the author's experience as composer, listener, author, and teacher of music. Read More »

Book Review: Born to Run by Christopher McDougall

A hidden tribe, superathletes, and the greatest race the world has never seen. Read More »

Book Review: Insectopedia by Hugh Raffles

An A to Z of essays about the world of insects. Read More »

Book Review: The Humans Who Went Extinct: Why Neanderthals Died Out and We Survived by Clive Finlayson

Climate, environment, and migration are fine contributory reasons why Neanderthals went extinct in favor of our Homo sapien ancestors. But the overriding reason?: Pure dumb luck. Read More »

TV Review: Bones – “The Proof in the Pudding”

The Squints get locked in the Jeffersonian to solve a top secret crime. Read More »