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The author signs his debut, Mundo Cruel: Stories, with the book's translator Suzanne Jill Levine.
The figure skater signs What Would Brian Boitano Make?: Fresh and Fun Recipes for Sharing with Family and Friends.
The UFC announcer signs It's Time!: My 360-Degree View of the UFC.
The author signs After Visiting Friends: A Son's Story.
The author signs On the Run With Bonnie & Clyde.
It's a relief to know that a writer on The New York Times food beat has kids whose tastes don't sound all that much more adventuresome than those of your own children. Given that people are obsessed w... More »
Tough-guy character actor Tom Sizemore's mind-boggling devotion to the fine art of self-destruction has long been legendary. With his new tell-all memoir, By Some Miracle I Made It Out of There, Sizemore details his life as a meth-head so... More »
Rock & roll has produced plenty of fascinating behind-the-scenes characters -- Sam Phillips, Kim Fowley, Jack Nitzsche, Huey P. Meaux -- but Andrew Loog Oldham certainly rates as one of the gaudiest and most audacious of 'em all. With his newly... More »
It's not difficult to follow other pursuits in your life when the only constants are your alcoholic dog and Anderson Cooper. In the spirit of multisubjectivalism, CNN producer Jack Gray presents his essay collection, Pigeon in a Crosswalk: Tales... More »
Event Review: Paul Vitagliano
Thanks for posting about my book signing! I will also be joined by world renowned makeup artist,
Billy B Brasfield (who you've also seen as a judge on "Ru Paul's Drag Race"). Billy is also featured in my book and will be on hand to sign it as well. More info on my book can be found here:
BornThisWayBlog dot com
Book Soup's magazine stand is so massive that it has to be kept outdoors, with a separate cashier. Its titles spill off the racks onto tables and surround the store's entrance. The impressive variety includes more publications in French than many stands have in total -- and 14 different editions of Vogue. At Book Soup, they don't just have magazines for runners, they have magazines for triathletes. They've got rags about poker, pot, politics, fashion, computers and music. There's even... More »
One of the last large independent bookstores in Southern California, Book Soup, which bills itself as the “Bookseller to the Great and Infamous,” survived the death of longtime owner Glenn Goldman in 2009, as well as the competition from Internet shopping and the huge chain bookstores and their discounted wares. In fact, according to Book Soup staff, the West Hollywood landmark is booming. A big reason for that is Vroman’s, a major independent bookstore in Pasadena, which... More »
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