Jesse Kornbluth reviews A Village Lost and Found by Brian May.
Jesse Kornbluth on celebrating two legends.
Who knew quiche could be so dangerous? Jesse Kornbluth reviews MC Beaton’s mystery novel.
Jesse Kornbluth on Allie Brosh’s refreshingly open discussion on depression.
Looking at this year’s Oscar ballot, Jesse Kornbluth is reminded of the time he interviewed Denzel Washington.
In his book, Taylor Branch goes deep into what it was like to live in the age of the Dr. himself.
Jesse Kornbluth reviews Graham Greene: The End Of An Affair.
Jesse Kornbluth reviews the music of Don Schlitz.
Jesse Kornbluth recounts his own 21st century version of The Gift of the Magi.
Eliot had it wrong: December is the cruelest month. We have been ordered to be happy, to share good times with loved ones, to buy that special gift for a special someone. Some of us will experience that. But all of us have the daily news, and at least low-grade anxiety, and the persistent feeling that things are not right, not nearly right.
Jesse Kornbluth and Paige Peterson decided to update “A Christmas Carol.” This is what they did.
Jesse Kornbluth reviews grad student Greg Pardlo’s “Digest”.
When food becomes a spiritual experience…
Jesse Kornbluth on the ideas of Shunryu Suzuki, the Zen monk responsible for bringing Zen to America, and how his ideas on Buddhism and Zen developed.
He’s criss-crossing America, giving shows in 27 cities. Many will sell out. Don’t dawdle. Jesse Kornbluth on why you should check out Josh Ritter.
View image | gettyimages.com I don’t lose books. I lost this one. A few years ago, I bought “Chants of a Lifetime” in Los Angeles, got on the plane, read a few chapters, put it aside and walked off the plane without it. I realized right away I didn’t have it. But I didn’t go […]