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Book Review: Telegraph Avenue by Michael Chabon

Nat and Archy, owners of Brokeland Records, Oakland, California circa 2004, go up against Gibson Goode, multi-millionaire, who wants to open a megastore. Read More »

Book Review: Telegraph Avenue by Michael Chabon

Chabon pays homage to movies, music, and Oakland in his latest novel. Read More »

iDoLVine: Bringing Authors and Their Fans Closer Together – Virtually

Margaret Atwood's brilliant idea to bring authors and their fans closer together while greening the environment leads to iDoLVine. Read More »

Book Review: Bad Mother: A Chronicle of Maternal Crimes, Minor Calamities, and Occasional Moments of Grace by Ayelet Waldman

Bad Mother makes for a good book. Funny, heartbreaking, unsettling, and always, always honest, Ayelet Waldman looks closely into the corners of parenting. Read More »

Book Review: Manhood for Amateurs, by Michael Chabon

Funny, insightful, and sometimes troubling, Chabon drives us through the meaning of manhood into humanity. Read More »

Book Review: The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay by Michael Chabon

His best work so far - the rewards are well worth the investment of time. Read More »

Sherlock Holmes: Under Cover Reading While You’re Lying in Wait for the Movie

A few new adventures to delight even the oldest fan... Read More »

Book Review: Manhood for Amateurs: The Pleasures and Regrets of a Husband, Father and Son by Michael Chabon

Chabon on being a son, husband and father Read More »

Capsule Reviews: Four Indie Titles From Phase 4 Films

If you’re a fan of indie cinema, these titles should do the trick. Read More »