Your Face in Mine explores rebooting your genetic history.
“In Britain Philby had been too British to be doubted; in Russia he was too British to be believed.”
Read it with Spotify open, so you can hear the past come alive.
O'Malley's followup is just as inventive as Scott Pilgrim.
Almost since the dawn of the Internet, books have warned of its dangers.
This new collection houses 15 stories ranging from one-page gags to long, literate works of young losers and heartbroken men.
Michael Hastings’ posthumous novel, The Last Magazine, takes a no-prisoners approach to the roman à clef, the tip of his spear this time the failing ...
What if Han Solo was a big, green alien who looks more like Swamp Thing than Harrison Ford?
"“We lived in a misunderstood city, in a place that thrives only by convincing outsiders that it is something it is not..."
It'll keep you laughing right up until the moment you realize you’ve been reading a tragedy all along.
“I have a good poker face because I am half dead inside” is a swell way to open a book.
The novel focuses on the struggle one Haitian women endures when kidnapped by a gang of men.
Nayman ardently goes point by point through the film’s intended greatness.
Kirn's new memoir focuses on the killer, as well as his own desire to be near him.
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With the recent addition of Gary Frederick Young to Nevada’s “Black Book” for gambling-related fraud and cheating, here are a few things you should know ...
“It’s basically some really dedicated young ladies with a lot of drive who really want to represent our university in the highest light.”
'We believe mobility is broken ... We believe we can do it better.'
This was how Tomlin knew his dancer mother throughout his early childhood—a gorgeous woman on display and at a distance.
Are you obsessed with Hatch chilies? If so, you already know Carlito's is the spot.
The Hakkasan resident DJ works with the Strip attraction's creator for a medley presentation.
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The smallest casino on the Las Vegas Strip has been in the news lately, but not because of its size, or the fact that it’s ...
- As We See It
From the Supreme Court and the Capitol to the steps Rocky bounded up at the art museum in Philly, iconic scenery just got way more ...
Chef Steve Piamchuntar is ready to blow your mind with a flavor-packed selection of global tapas.
- Fremont Street
It's a bird! It's a plane! It's ... drunk tourists!
The Broadway hit kicked off its first national tour on the Reynolds Hall stage.
Monday's storm was a particularly violent outburst, washing out roadways and snarling traffic.
Chef Nobu Matsuhisa celebrates his 20th anniversary with a special "20 Years in 20 Bites" omakase menu at locations around the globe.
The final installment fulfills its function of flattering the worldview of Rand’s fans and followers, while completely failing as a piece of narrative cinema.
Head to the Lakes for an unexpected experience and truly beautiful food.
It was the grand opening for a franchise chicken restaurant, and various dancers from the Las Vegas Strip were cast to perform in a show ...
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There's a reason he's known as the mayor of Chinatown in Chicago.
The new brew spot will create small, experimental batches, in addition to its two core taps.
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The latest City of Asylum resident has published an award-winning novel and wrote a screenplay that garnered a 2009 Cannes Film Festival prize.