Jesse Kornbluth reviews a book with strong character development and excellent prose, set in horizons of Paris, France.
Not for Everyone, the show definitely seizes upon the changing attitudes of society.
Jesse Kornbluth reviews the graceful writing and ideology of Thich Nhat Hanh.
With the Oscars soon approaching, Jesse Kornbluth reviews a 1970’s Italian film about a man who finds he can boost his own life status at the cost of another man’s life.
Jesse Kornbluth reviews Elias Canetti’s book on the life of a deeply divided man.
John Patrick Weiss gives a recovery plan to women addicted to men in kilts. That is, Diana Gabaldon’s “Outlander” books.
Is porn ruining your life? ‘Men, Women & Children’ seems to have an opinion.
Looking to amp up your wine knowledge? Jesse Kornbluth has just the book for you.
When you are 80 years old, you are allowed to go slow. Leonard Cohen uses his slowness as a way to sizzle.
Frank Verderosa has IOS8, and it’s like someone read his wish list.
Like Mary Poppins’ creator, writer Kip Robisch lost his ‘fun dad’ early.
The definition of love is not determined by the way we believe most people act with their lovers.
Four more micro reviews of rare, great and unique children’s books from around the world, courtesy of One Potato.net
Oliver Lee Bateman discusses Pain & Gain director Michael Bay’s problems with male body image.