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Commentary: Reading for Survival by John D. MacDonald

Len Bias, P.T. Barnum, and the author of "Cape Fear" combine to teach us an important lesson on reading. Read More »

Lawsuit Filed: Is Fish Oil Detrimental To Your Health?

"We only tested ten samples." — David Roe, Attorney for the plaintiffs Read More »

Book Review: The Gettysburg Approach to Writing & Speaking Like a Professional by Philip A. Yaffe

“Don’t write merely to be understood. Write so that you cannot possibly be misunderstood.” — Robert Louis Stevenson Read More »

Product Review: Potty Patch (Doggy Astroturf)

Is the weather too severe for dog-walking? Here’s a product that gives dogs an indoor bathroom. Read More »

DVD Review: Alice in Wonderland (BBC, 1966)

This unusually dark adaptation may make us forget what the dormouse said ("keep your head"). Read More »

TV Review: Comedy Central Presents Rob Riggle

If comedy is dead, Rob Riggle is a person of interest. Read More »

Book Review: But Then Again I Could Be Wrong: The Book of Rants by Jim Rising

An amusing journey through the things that make life so darn complicated. Read More »

Book Review: Whirlwind – The Air War Against Japan 1942-1945 by Barrett Tillman

The most devastating air campaign in history against an enemy who lived the biblical injunction: he who sows the wind shall reap the whirlwind. Read More »

The Trouble with Tenure

Recent events in Huntsville, Alabama, invite re-examining tenure even when departmental meetings alone are enough to incite violence. Read More »

Book Review: America’s Black Founders by Nancy I. Sanders

Read the stories of men and women of the Revolutionary War era who never made it into other history books. Read More »