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Book Review: Romantic Comedies - Cheaper Than Therapy?

Book Review: Romantic Comedies - Cheaper Than Therapy? Here’s my book review of Romantic Comedies by Pamela Jaye Smith

LA Art Book Fair 2017 (LAABF2017) Review - Community, Unity Drawn by Art and Art Makers

LA Art Book Fair 2017 (LAABF2017) Review -  Community, Unity Drawn by Art and Art Makers Printed Matter Presents LA Art Book Fair 2017 (LAABF2017) . Where over 40,000 attendees gather with an international art community of art book makers and art projects.

Live Die Live Again Review - From Death to Life and Love

Live Die Live Again Review - From Death to Life and Love Author Ron Irwin is an occasional contributor to Splash Magazines Worldwide. A review of his recent book follows

Book Review: President Me - Not So Far-Fetched Now

Book Review: President Me - Not So Far-Fetched Now Here’s my book review of President Me: The America That’s in My Head by Adam Carolla

Deeply Rooted's "Aspects of Love" Review - An Inspired Performance That Left Me Crying and Laughing at the Same Time

Deeply Rooted's "Aspects of Love" Review - An Inspired Performance That Left Me Crying and Laughing at the Same Time Reviewing the amazing emotional rollercoaster that is "Aspects of Love" performance from Deeply Rooted Dance Theater. Hint: it is better than deep-dish pizza

Book Review: Griftopia - Why the Banks Failed Us

Book Review: Griftopia - Why the Banks Failed Us Here’s my book review of Griftopia: A Story of Bankers, Politicians, and the Most Audacious Power Grab in American History by Matt Taibbi

The Odd Couple Review – Polar Opposites Continue to Provide Big Laughs

The Odd Couple Review – Polar Opposites Continue to Provide Big Laughs Grab some laughs with Felix and Oscar in Neil Simon's quintessential buddy comedy, The Odd Couple, at the lovely Delray Beach Playhouse

Book Review - Blackwell – Hell Has A New Master - A Gothic Novel That Keeps You Reading

Book Review - Blackwell – Hell Has A New Master - A Gothic Novel That Keeps You Reading Entertainment buzz has already begun around this new paranormal series from Vesuvian Books

Book Review: A Scribe Dies in Brooklyn - Of Old Manuscripts, Cash, and Blood

Book Review: A Scribe Dies in Brooklyn - Of Old Manuscripts, Cash, and Blood Here’s my book review of A Scribe Dies in Brooklyn, a Rabbi Ben mystery by Marvin J. Wolf

Book Review: Vinegar Girl - Why Catch Flies?

Book Review: Vinegar Girl - Why Catch Flies? Vinegar Girl is a title in the publisher’s Hogarth Shakespeare series, which implies the book was inspired by one of the Bard’s plays

Local Spotlight: In Conversation with Chicago Artists Ellen Hanson & Caroline Liu

Local Spotlight: In Conversation with Chicago Artists Ellen Hanson & Caroline Liu Late last month, I first learned of Trace Elements an upcoming exhibition at Miishkooki Art Space, a new art gallery and studio that opened in Skokie last summer featuring the artwork of Ellen Hanson and Caroline Liu. Last week, I finally had the...

How to Rock His World When You are over Fifty Review – Adding a Man to Your Life

How to Rock His World When You are over Fifty Review – Adding a Man to Your Life This book, "How to Rock His World When You are Over 50" contains tips from two very experienced ladies. It is well researched in its presentation of delicate topics – topics presented thoroughly and responsibly

Trials of the Heart Review – Meaningful and Impactful

Trials of the Heart Review – Meaningful and Impactful I recently learned about Trials of the Heart when I spoke with LaRita S Smith, the book's author. The book reads easily and quickly and tells a story that is all too real, and sad

Bandstand Diaries Review – A Presentation at Max and Benny’s

Bandstand Diaries Review – A Presentation at Max and Benny’s I had the delight of hearing Sharon Sultan Cutler tell the story of her newly launched self-published book, “Bandstand Diaries: The Philadelphia Years”

Women and Children First Bookstore Review – A Tale of Two Authors

Women and Children First Bookstore Review – A Tale of Two Authors A recent presentation by two authors from the East Coast, New Jersey and New York was the strong motivation that finally propelled me to visit the Women and Children First Bookstore

Book Review - Mister Sam Shearon's Creepy Christmas Coloring Book)- What Do You Really Know About Christmas?

Book Review - Mister Sam Shearon's Creepy Christmas Coloring Book)- What Do You Really Know About Christmas? Do you really know about Christmas history - probably not

18 and Life on Skid Row - Book Signing with Sebastian Bach

18 and Life on Skid Row - Book Signing with Sebastian Bach Sebastian Bach recently released his memoir, 18 AND LIFE ON SKID ROW, and he’ll be appearing at Amoeba Music in Los Angeles on Monday, December 13th at 5 p.m. and at the Hard Rock Hotel in Las Vegas on December 17th at 9 p.m

Architect Christopher Mercier Review-(fer) Studio Unveils Mural in Rogers Park in Inglewood

Architect Christopher Mercier Review-(fer) Studio Unveils Mural in Rogers Park in Inglewood (fer) studio's principal Christopher L. Mercier, is also an active artist within the Inglewood community. His Rogers Park Mural "Pathways to Success" from the summer of 2015, recently had a new edition titled "Wiggle Walls"

Art Basel Miami Beach Review - A Visual and Evocative Feast

Art Basel Miami Beach Review - A Visual and Evocative Feast Art Basel Miami Beach is an extraordinary global art fair representing renowned artists and those poised to join their ranks

"Searching for John Hughes" - In Conversation with Jason Diamond

"Searching for John Hughes" - In Conversation with Jason Diamond Not long ago, I stumbled upon what has to be one of this fall’s best — and most engaging — reads, Jason Diamond’s memoir Searching for John Hughes (out on November 29th from HarperCollins/William Morrow). Earlier this month, I had the...

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