If you are an Iron Fist fan then I’d recommend you don’t read this article unless you want your hopes and dreams shattered to bits. Devin Faraci of Birth.Movies.Death dropped some thoughts on what the hold-up for Marvel’s upcoming Netflix show is, and it doesn’t exactly sound so great. Show More Summary
A few months ago, my husband recommended that I read the book MINDSET. At first I dismissed it as just another one of the many business/management guides that clutters his nightstand from time to time. But my husband insisted that this book was different, that it would be good for me. In fairness, he has been known to be […]
Can anyone recommend a good and gentle dentist, please? I’ve read the ones that were submitted in another query in 2011 and just wonder if there are any more recent dental recommendations. Thanks for any help you can offer.
SO I FINISHED READING JOHN BIRMINGHAM’S LATEST DAVE HOOPER BOOK, Dave vs. The Monsters: Ascendance. Quite good, and I recommend the series for those who like Larry Correia’s stuff.
The 2015 Mercedes-Benz GLA250 is entertaining in the bends, but its ride quality and noise level make it tough to recommend for everyday driving. Continue reading 2015 Mercedes-Benz GLA250 4Matic Quick Spin [w/video] 2015 Mercedes-Benz GLA250 4Matic Quick Spin [w/video] originally appeared on Autoblog on Thu, 02 Jul 2015 11:58:00 EST. Show More Summary
Yeah, I know, I recommend a lot of books. But you really must read Ally by Michael Oren, formerly Israel’s Ambassador to the U.S., now a member of Israel’s Knesset, and native of New Jersey. He joined me in studio Thursday, and we talked enough to save some for Monday’s show as well. Show More Summary
This week in book-related infographics: Electric Literature has recommendations for summer reading, organized by location and required concentration level. Going to Italy? Try A Room with a View. Craving a tropical get-away? Read The Beach, obviously.
Each month, Boris Kachka offers nonfiction and fiction book recommendations. You should read as many of them as possible.One Man Against the World: The Tragedy of Richard Nixon, by Tim Weiner (Henry Holt, July 21)Using recently declassified tapes and documents, the author of the award-winning CIA exposé Legacy of Ashes... More »
This blogaround brought to you by ballet slippers.Recommended Reading:Kat: [Content Note: Misogynoir; homophobia; transphobia; fat bias] We Need to Stop Making Black Women the Mammies of Our Movements (and Our Friend Groups) Right NowRagen:...Show More Summary
Need a great book to read, album to listen to, or TV show to get hooked on? The Flavorwire team is here to help: in this weekly feature, our editorial staffers recommend the cultural object or experience they’ve enjoyed most in the past seven days. Click through for our picks, and tell us what you’ve… Read More
WHEN SOCIOLOGISTS GO BAD, as spotted by Andrew Klavan: I just finished reading Alice Goffman‘s in-the-field study of Philadelphia’s black slums, On The Run: Fugitive Life in an American City. I recommend it highly. It’s a wonderful piece of reporting. It’s also nuts. It’s worth reading for both reasons. Goffman — a slight, attractive white […]
Recommended Reading: Audrey Hepburn’s son on his new book about his mother’s recipes.
If you want to read something off the news cycle but politically relevant, I highly recommend Sarah Posner's take at TPM on the Bible Museum being built near the National...
After three years and £20m, Sir Howard Davies’ Airports Commission has made its recommendation: Heathrow should have a third runway, and Gatwick expansion should not be ruled out either. But that… Continue reading The post Podcast special: How can Britain maintain its connectivity to the world appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Now that the Davies Commission has made its recommendation, the ball is back in the government’s court. The biggest immediate challenge the government has to face is David Cameron’s 2009… Continue reading The post What happens next with Heathrow? appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
If you want to be a food writer, I highly recommend that you read Will Write for Food by Dianne Jacob, but if writing a cookbook is your goal, you’ll also want to check out The Joy of Writing a Great Cookbook by Kimberly Yoirio. This no nonsense book takes you through every step of the process with tons of examples. Show More Summary
The Generation Joshua Reading list: good, bad, or ugly?
This morning Jo Johnson gave a speech in which he outlined his recommendations for the way in which universities grade students. The new science and universities minister suggested that they rethink… Continue reading The post Jo Johnson takes aim at those who ‘coast within the 2.1 band’ appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
So, now we know: it’s Heathrow. After three years, numerous representations, a ton of lobbying and much political handwringing, Sir Howard Davies’s Airport Commission has recommended building a third runway… Continue reading The post Five things impacted by the Airport Commission’s decision to back Heathrow appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
I don't think I picked a great one last time, but I want to do this again. People will want to read a political book. There are two such books I want to read, and which are endlessly recommended to...