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Hershon signs A Dual Inheritance; Reyl signs Lessons in French.
The picture book author signs Super Hair-O and the Barber of Doom.
The author discusses and signs Yesterday's Echo.
The author discusses and signs The School for Good and Evil, in conversation with author Mark Salzman.
Diemer signs The Widow's Son: A Tropical Island Mystery; Magid signs Sown in Tears; Jacobs signs Second Chances.
With a name like Rockefeller, a man's character must be impeachable, right? Untrue. To wit: Tonight at Vroman's, investigative journalist Frank C. Girardot discusses Name Dropper: Investigating the Clark Rockefeller Mystery. It's the story of how... More »
With all the bars in Los Angeles, it's easy to get nice and wasted weekend after weekend (or weekday after weekday; we won't judge). But if you take a leaf from drink-making history, you can get good and tipsy in your backyard. That's what author... More »
Early 20th-century New Orleans photographer Florestine Perrault Collins (1895–1988) was a singular talent. A black Creole whose family faced hard times, Collins learned photography to diminish the financial burden and did so (like Show Boat's... More »
"The more enlightened our houses are," Italo Calvino once wrote, "the more their walls ooze ghosts." Thus, it should be no surprise that there are specters everywhere, both real and imagined -- and it would be naive in the extreme to think that... More »
Many of you know Luisa Weiss from her blog The Wednesday Chef, the long-running and utterly lovely site that Weiss started in 2005 to compare, more or less, the weekly editions of two of this country'... More »
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