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”Twilight.” “True Blood.” “ Dracula.” Vampires are hotter than the sun they don’t walk in, and why? Because they have two things we all want. Eternal life. Eternal thinness. Sure, their books sell millions and their movies and TV shows are hits, but when it comes to style, too many are... Read More
“The Baker Street Translation” by Michael Robertson features lawyers with offices connected to Sherlock Holmes. Read More
In “Consider the Fork: A History of How We Cook and Eat,” Bee Wilson, a food writer, historian and author, gives a compelling view of how primitives fared even before the use of fire and goes on to trace nourishment practices to the sparkling gadget-filled kitchens of today. Read More
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