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MMA Movie Review: The Grey

I just saw The Grey and confess to being overwhelmed. This is one tough little movie that is about survivors of a plane crash who share one common goal:…

Movie Review: Game of Shadows not half-bad

You won't find much food for thought in the new Sherlock Holmes film, but is that any surprise? Instead, A Game of Shadows offers more zany action and amusing banter:…

This holiday season is the perfect time to read Dickens

Several weeks ago I finished reading A Tale of Two Cities for the 5th time, and before that David Copperfield for the 4th. there's nothing like a good…

Number One Bestseller for Parents: Go the F*** to Sleep

Trying to put your child, or yourself to sleep? Here's the most popular book in the country right now. Read the full article to learn more.…

Behold! Evangelical Preacher Declares Hell not a Certainty for non-Christians

Author and evangelical preacher, Rob Bell, challenges orthodoxy of eternal damnation for those who do not accept Jesus.…

Book Review: Jackie as Editor

A new book examines Jackie Onassis's work as an editor at two book publishing companies.…

Banning Huck

The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn was first banned because it was about the friendship between a black and white person. Now it is banned and edited because it might…

The Newest Great Page Turner by Mark Twain

Mark Twain fans owe it to themselves to purchase this great gem of a book.…

The 12 Ugliest Book Covers Ever

You won't believe what you are about to see. Open the page and enjoy!…

The Lost Dogs-A book about Michael Vick’s Bad Newz Kennel survivors

The long awaited book about Michael Vick's Bad Newz Kennel survivors has been released.…

The Evolution of God by Robert Wright: From Wrath to Love

Are the sacred texts of the Abrahamic, monotheistic religions the inerrant word of God? Robert Wright, author of The Evolution of God, would answer, no. Rather The Bible and the…

MadMike’s Book Nook: Introduction to Online Learning by Julie Globokar

This extraordinary little book is packed with valuable information that relates to the trials and tribulations faced by individuals discovering the sometimes confusing and often daunting world of on-line education.…

Good news for hypochondriacs….

Did you know that there’s a rare syndrome– fibrodysplasia ossificans progressiva—that can cause your bones to grow so uncontrollably that you become a “stone man”? That’s just one of the…

Playboy Jesus!

Jose Saramago, Portugal’s Nobel laureate (literature) died last month.  Due to controversies surrounding the censorship of his work, he had moved from his home country to the Canary Islands. Saramago…

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