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Wednesday, 27 April 2016 11:38

Don't hate the game Players'

Book explores the economic evolution of pro sports

Published in Sports
Wednesday, 27 April 2016 11:15

Stadiums and sorcery The House of Daniel'

Novel brings together baseball, magic and the Great Depression

Published in Sports
Wednesday, 20 April 2016 11:35

Twain's epic tour Chasing the Last Laugh'

Book tells story of Mark Twain's 1896 round-the-world tour

Published in Buzz
Wednesday, 13 April 2016 12:36

Water, water nowhere Thirst'

Novel offers up an arid end of the world

Published in Buzz
Wednesday, 06 April 2016 11:37

Tuesday Nights in 1980'

Debut novel visits pivotal moment in NYC's art scene

Published in Buzz
Wednesday, 30 March 2016 12:23

Gregory, Gregory Hates his Food'

Great pictures, mixed message

Published in Style
Wednesday, 30 March 2016 12:18

'Got Here as Soon as I Could'

Charming look at Maine through fresh eyes

Published in Style
Wednesday, 23 March 2016 14:20

Feast on The Never-Open Desert Diner'

Mystery/thriller features quirky, oddball characters

Part of the fun in picking up a debut novel is the lack of any real frame of reference. Sure, you might be able to glean some information from a synopsis or a book jacket. Perhaps the author has other writings short fiction and the like from which you might discern a sense of style. However, the ultimate truth is that you don't really know what you're going to get. It's a roll of the dice, with all that that entails. Sometimes, you're disappointed.

And sometimes as with James Anderson's 'The Never-Open Desert Diner' you wind up a winner.

Published in Style
Wednesday, 23 March 2016 14:20

Feast on The Never-Open Desert Diner'

Mystery/thriller features quirky, oddball characters

Part of the fun in picking up a debut novel is the lack of any real frame of reference. Sure, you might be able to glean some information from a synopsis or a book jacket. Perhaps the author has other writings short fiction and the like from which you might discern a sense of style. However, the ultimate truth is that you don't really know what you're going to get. It's a roll of the dice, with all that that entails. Sometimes, you're disappointed.

And sometimes as with James Anderson's 'The Never-Open Desert Diner' you wind up a winner.

Published in Style
Wednesday, 02 March 2016 06:33

The Triangle's titanic trio

The Legends Club' looks at three giants of college hoops

One of the most exciting times of the entire sports year is fast approaching. The NCAA basketball tournament has reached the point of being a cultural touchstone dozens of games playing out over the course of weeks, with schools large and small taking their shots at the immortality that is a national championship.

College basketball has always lent itself to fierce rivalries, but perhaps the fiercest of them all was and to a degree still is located in the state of North Carolina.

Published in Sports
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