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Egyptian Flavors

by Rebecca Foster

From dips to desserts, Dyna Eldaief’s "Egyptian Flavors" is a fond tribute to her homeland’s culinary customs. Eldaief finds that “cooking food that is part of my heritage is like looking through a portal to the past.” For her... Read More

Book Review

Weird Earth

by Rebecca Foster

In addition to teaching college-level geology and paleontology, Donald R. Prothero is committed to debunking fallacies and conspiracy theories, and his book "Weird Earth" uses logic to refute fringe beliefs about the way the world works.... Read More

Book Review

Hemingway in Comics

by Matt Sutherland

Larger-than-life writer at large Ernest Hemingway always made it his practice to seek out the world’s centers of attention, whether they were war zones, Parisian literary salons, prerevolutionary Cuba, or idyllic Key West and Idaho. In... Read More

Book Review

Hungry

by Meredith Grahl Counts

Tethered to their smartphones and overwhelmed by news and work, people are looking for what really matters. Eve Turow-Paul’s terrific "Hungry" probes these and other aspects of modern life, including how people eat, shop, and commune,... Read More

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