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Justin Townes Earle: Learning to be a better man

Justin Townes Earle is the best young songwriter in the whole world and I’ll stand on Bob Dylan’s coffee table in my cowgirl boots and say that.

 

I’m paraphrasing a quote by Earle’s famous father, Steve, who first used most of those words to describe the legendary Townes Van Zandt.

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See ‘Hunger Games’ NOW So good, it’s hard to wait for sequel

If you haven’t seen “Hunger Games,” DO. It doesn’t matter if you’ve read the book or never plan to. The movie is great! That’s why it’s number one at the box office again.

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Nothing could make me root for Frank Dixon

In his third novel, Ted Heller has created a character completely unaware of his many social and personal flaws.

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The Social Animal: Fact with fiction or fiction with fact? Does it matter?

When New York Times op-ed columnist and PBS commentator David Brooks released “The Social Animal: The Hidden Sources of Love, Character and Achievement” in 2011, the critics and blogosphere were abuzz on how to characterize the book.   

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Bakersfield: The backdrop for ‘Psycho,’ both real and on celluloid

The small town of Bakersfield, California, is the setting for Manuel Muñoz’s debut novel, “What You See in the Dark.”

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