The New York Times Best Books of 2012

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With 2012 coming to an end, every book critic to movie buff compiles their list of the years most memorable moments in literature, film, and the arts. In lieu of the moment, the New York Times’ Pulitzer Prize-winning book critic Michiko Kakutani names her top 10 books of 2012. Complete with a variety of National… Read more »

MVRDV: Book Mountain

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  MVRDV has  just unveiled a massive mountain of books in the Netherlands that is set within a new eco housing development. The project was 10 years in the making, and it’s designed to revive the center of Spijkenisse. Book Mountain is a monument to reading contained within a soaring glass pyramid that is visible… Read more »

Common: One Day It’ll All Make Sense

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You don’t have to like hip-hop, you just have to appreciate openness and honesty.That openness allows new ideas to take root in his soul, and through the lens of those new values he his open to reexamining his life and seeing a better version of himself. One Day It’ll Make Sense has an very intriguing… Read more »

3 Ways to save on Back-to-School Shopping

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Back-to-school, means two things the end of summer and time to fork out the cash for your children’s school supplies. Here are three ways to save big on school supplies: Microsoft is offering students a free Xbox 360 when you purchase a new Windows PC for $699 or more. Or, if you’re worried that your… Read more »

Manliest Must-Reads of Summer

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As summer gets rolling, people start heading to the beach. If you are like I, summertime and time spent on the beach means time during which you can read without any sort of real time constraint or guilt. So, since books are my passion and obsession, here are some books to read this summer:  … Read more »

Great Read: The Oprah Winfrey Show: Reflections on an American Legacy

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We have good news for those of you who are already starting to miss Oprah’s TV show, though you can still read O magazine, tune into the OWN Network, and watch the 20th Anniversary Collection DVD obsessively. A commemorative book titled The Oprah Winfrey Show: Reflections on an American Legacy will be released on November 15. Author Deborah Davis will take a look… Read more »