Fifty years ago, on December 6, 1963, Jacqueline Kennedy first compared her husband’s fateful presidency to the “Camelot” myth. These 10 things about the former First Lady are from “WHEN LIONS ROAR: The Churchills and the Kennedys by Thomas Maier.”
A loving portrait of the power of food and family, no matter where in the world you sit down for dinner.
Brought to you from the pages of De Niro: A Life, by Shawn Levy. Available everywhere books are sold.
Who knew the sidewalk could be such a weird and witty place?
Lessons from the tech billionaire himself
Brought to you from the pages of Just My Typo, by Drummond Moir
Tired of dry, predictable burgers and rubbery hot dogs? Here are 8 fried chicken recipes from Lee Brian Schrager’s Fried & True to help alleviate your summer BBQ boredom.
To finish this list, you’d have to read approx. 1 book every day between Memorial Day and Labor Day. Totally doable, right?
Traveling like a gonzo journalist is easier than you think
Words of wisdom by Katherine Schwarzenegger from her new book, I Just Graduated… Now What?
Advice from New York Times bestselling author Charles Murray and self-appointed curmudgeon (aka., every boss you will ever have)
Adam and Eve. The original power couple. The first rebels. Think you know the story? Think again…
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If it isn’t a “hell yes!”, it should be a NO!
This Valentine’s Day, our date is better than your date.
Pen and paper like you’ve never seen it before.
For the first time in his official autobiography, Burgundy reveals the secrets behind his incredible hair.
Have some books on a bookshelf? You’re just getting started.
How the Green Bay Packers legendary receiver Lambeau Leaped, smiled and tangoed into our hearts.
The apocalypse is no picnic. Make sure you’re the snacker and not the snack with these essential survival tips from THE SNACKING DEAD: A Parody in a Cookbook.