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Book Review: Stephen King’s ’11/22/63′

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On November 22, 1963, shots were fired in Dallas and JFK's head was in bits and pieces all over Jackie. Stephen King's new novel entitled 11/22/63 (Scribner) revisits that day, like only the best suspense novelist of his generation can. … [Read more...]


Book Review: Lady Gaga x Terry Richardson


Wild, Eccentric Art. In the new coffee-table, sure-to-be-collector's-item book Lady Gaga x Terry Richardson (Grand Central), two of the most eccentric, artistic geniuses of our time get together to make weird and wonderful music on the printed page.   … [Read more...]


Hermès book: La Maison by Koto Bolofo

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Photographer Koto Bolofo is given access to all areas of the luxury brand Hermès and this box set of books gives readers an all-access glimpse into the real world of the quality, precision and passion that produces true luxury pieces. It was designed by Koto Bolofo and Gerhard Steidl with text by … [Read more...]


Dolce & Gabbana celebrates AC MILAN

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Dolce & Gabbana celebrates AC MILAN. Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana celebrated AC Milan soccer club's 18th football championship by releasing a fresh, hip book, Milan Fashion Soccer Player Portraits by Dolce & Gabbana.   … [Read more...]


Book Review: Man Up!: 367 Classic Skills for the Modern Guy


In the ultimate modern man's guide, Man Up!: 367 Classic Skills for the Modern Guy (Artisan), Paul O'Donnell gives us the lowdown on how to cook for your lover, how to stay properly groomed and other things to make sure are as 'cultured' as you need to be in this day and age. … [Read more...]


Onward: How Starbucks Fought for Its Life Without Losing Its Soul

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Starbucks started out as a small soulful coffee seller in Seattle. Over time, it became a victim of its own wild success, essentially losing the personal touch. CEO Howard Schultz decided enough was enough, so he is trying to give the company its soul back. This is the story of how he has been doing … [Read more...]