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Book Review: ‘Admit One: What You Must Know When Going to the Hospital, But No One Actually Tells You!’ by Kati Kleber, BSN, RN, CCRN

Kati Kleber, a critical care nurse, put herself in her patients’ shoes to write "Admit One: What You Must Know When Going to the Hospital, But No One Actually Tells You!", an invaluable guide to hospital protocols. It's a must-read for anyone facing a hospital stay.

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Book Review: ‘Swami in a Strange Land: How Krishna Came to the West’ by Joshua M. Greene

Joshua M. Greene tells the thrilling story of how Swami Prabhupada brought Krishna Consciousness to the West, changing the lives of George Harrison, Allen Ginsberg, and millions more. An inspiring story of spiritual devotion.

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CinemaCon 2016: Paramount Pictures, STX Entertainment, Warner Bros. Pictures, and Sony Pictures Entertainment

Formerly known as ShoWest until it was renamed in 2011, CinemaCon is the trade show held by The National Association of Theatre Owners at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. Over four days, the movie studios make presentations about the latest and (hopefully) greatest films they are about to release to …

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Book Review: ‘How Performance Management Is Killing Performance – and What to Do About It’ by M. Tamra Chandler

"How Performance Management is Killing Performance - and What to do About It" by M. Tamra Chandler is a vital new book on how to rethink, redesign, and reboot performance management.

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Book Review: ‘At The Existentialist Café: Freedom, Being, and Apricot Cocktails,’ by Sarah Bakewell

Whether the reader is interested in the lives of Sartre, Beauvoir, and Heidegger, or in search of fulfillment of one’s own enlightenment, Sarah Bakewell’s "At the Existentialist Cafe: Freedom, Being, and Apricot Cocktails" account of the Existential movement is both fascinating and relevant.

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