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Category Archives: 2005

Transgressions & Internal Bleeding

TRANSGRESSIONS. Edited by Ed McBain. Forge Books. In Transgressions, a collection of ten novellas written by some of today’s most acclaimed suspense novelists (and edited by noted mystery writer Ed McBain, … Continue reading

June 1, 2005 · Leave a comment

Eye On Audio

All reviews written by Editor John Aiello unless otherwise noted. Books on tape are the only literature some folks know. Urban commuters, busy mothers whose days are filled with kids … Continue reading

June 1, 2005 · Leave a comment

Seeing the Real Bob Dylan At Last

BOB DYLAN LIVE 1964: THE CONCERT AT THE PHILHARMONIC HALL. Bob Dylan. Columbia/Legacy. In early 1961 in New York City, “Harry Jackson, a cowboy singer and a painter,” told Nat … Continue reading

March 1, 2005 · Leave a comment

Erin Crawford & Book Reviews

Artist Statement As a self taught artist, my paintings are a celebration of my love for dance and music. They have been a remedy for a broken heart and a … Continue reading

January 1, 2005 · Leave a comment
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