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Going Gaga for Gay Manga

By Jill Gleeson | Aug 30
Thanks to Massive, a New York-based company dedicated to bringing the art form to the masses, you can not only purchase gay manga, you can wear it.

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Out There :: Bright Lights, Big Lilies

By Roberto Friedman | Aug 27
Reading this hilarious but unsettling memoir, you feel you're getting only one side of the story. We can only begin to imagine the effect Tama is having on the people she's describing.

Watch: Joan Crawford Has the Last Word in 'Mommie Smearest'

Aug 25
In her riveting posthumous fake autobiography, "Mommie Smearest: See Joan Crawford In Bitch Selfie Ain't Make You No Movie Star," Joan reinvents herself as the rap artist mo.m.m.i.e.D.

Rare Bookstore Still Thriving in New York City

Aug 24
Thanks to the internet, it's hard to find a brick-and-mortar bookstore where business is going well, let alone one in Midtown Manhattan.

Summer Book Box

By Jimmy Newsum | Aug 21
As the summer season rages on, many of us have had enough dips in the ocean and in pools. Perhaps its time to dip into some summer reading? We've pulled together a list of titles that definitely deserve a spot in your weekend tote.

'Hillbilly Elegy' Author Offers Insight On Trump's Appeal

By Dan Sewell | Aug 20
For pundits and politicos baffled by the appeal of a wealthy New York businessman to the struggling white working class in Appalachia and Rust Belt mill towns, J.D. Vance's book "Hillbilly Elegy" is offering some insights.

Rowling E-Books About Hogwarts Coming in September

Aug 17
J.K. Rowling has so much more to say about Hogwarts.

Swimmer Diana Nyad Does Book Signing of New Memoir

By EDGE | Aug 16
On Wednesday, August 17, The Music Hall's Innovation and Leadership series will present the world's greatest long-distance swimmer and celebrated sports broadcaster Diana Nyad.

Standing the Test of Time: Farmers' Almanacs

By David Sharp | Aug 15
Hundreds of almanacs served a nation of farmers over two centuries ago. These days, only a handful of them remain.

Lobster, Let's Go!

By April Stamm | Aug 12
Author Mike Urban helps unearth New England's best lobster joints and also offers recipes to create your ultimate summer spread.

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