If You Read One Book This Month, Make It Here for It

If you’re yearning for that laugh-out-loud on the subway, ‘damn-I-left-my-book-at-home’ kind of read, look no further than R. Eric Thomas’s Here for It. Thomas, a columnist for Elle.com since 2016, has been a prominent voice in political and cultural humor for years, producing headlines like “Literally 10 Photos of Nancy Pelosi Ripping Paper” and “Important Political News: The Mayor of […]

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Katherine Langford on Books, Movies and Bernie Sanders

The actress Katherine Langford was in New York on Wednesday night, taking photos and videos of clothing on display inside the Fendi store on Madison Avenue. She ran her phone over the length of silk dresses and blouses, redoing whatever footage didn’t fit her taste, feeling the material on a pair of slacks before moving on to a coat covered […]

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8 Must-Read Books to Pick Up Right Now

Whether you’re obsessed with revelatory true crime stories, are always finding yourself engulfed in a fictitious adventure story or can’t get enough of testing out new recipes in the kitchen, there’s a book out there waiting for you that you won’t be able to put down! Check out our top picks for must-read books to grab immediately — whether you […]

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Best rock albums January REVIEW: Magnum, Johnny Marr, Bad Company and more

Bad Company: Desolation Angels (Rhino) – 4 stars. Named after the Jack Kerouac novel, the original line up of Bad Company triumphantly hit the road, for the final time, to promote this double-platinum return to form album. As Mick Ralph’s guitar riff hooks up with Paul Rodgers’ inimitable vocal on Rock ’n’ Roll Fantasy, Desolation Angels’ crafted songs fly out of the traps, […]

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These Supernatural Thrillers Will Fill the Twilight-Sized Void in Your Life

These Supernatural Thrillers Will Fill the Twilight-Sized Void in Your Life In 2005, author Stephenie Meyer published Twilight, and the world was introduced to the unlikely members of a supernatural love triangle: vampire Edward Cullen, werewolf Jacob, and human Bella Swan. And so began the battle between vampires and werewolves set in a the picturesque background of the Pacific Northwest. […]

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Fun, life-affirming science trivia

NON-FICTION THE BODY: A GUIDE FOR OCCUPANTS By Bill Bryson Doubleday/Hardcover/454 pages/$42.80/Books Kinokuniya/3.5 stars Sixteen years ago, American-British travel writer Bill Bryson published what would become his most famous work – A Short History Of Nearly Everything, a layman’s guide to science that shuttles dizzyingly from the Big Bang to the rise of civilisation. His latest excursion, The Body: A […]

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