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Category Archives: September 2013

Bob Dylan: Portraits of the Self

BOB DYLAN: THE BOOTLEG SERIES – VOLUME 10: ANOTHER SELF PORTRAIT (1969-1971). Bob Dylan. Columbia Records. When Bob Dylan released Self Portrait in 1970, it was an unprecedented event: Never before in … Continue reading

September 13, 2013 · Leave a comment

Farmers’ Almanac: Tips On Weather & More

THE FARMERS’ ALMANAC. 2014 edition. Almanac Publishing. The Farmers’ Almanac has been around for nearly two centuries, and in keeping with its grand tradition, this edition offers weather predictions for the upcoming … Continue reading

September 12, 2013 · Leave a comment

Penguin Classics: Spotlighting John O’Hara

THE NEW YORK STORIES; BUTTERFIELD 8. John O’Hara. Penguin Classics. Penguin is known for its Classics Series, and these two from John O’Hara compel in depth exploration. O’Hara was a master of the short-story form, painting … Continue reading

September 3, 2013 · Leave a comment
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