Mr. Jim Kenney will propagate the Fund for the School District of Philadelphia and visit a school that’ll benefit from their philanthropy.
Need some gift suggestions? Jesse Kornbluth has got you covered.
America woke up on November 9th feeling surprised and uneasy. Jesse Kornbluth might not have answers to your questions, but he’s found a lot of wisdom in these books and encourages you to check them out.
Eight complex stories illustrative of the author’s belief that “a story must tell itself,” highlighted by the high art style of the famous title novella.
Jesse Kornbluth reviews Bill Bryson’s “A Really Short History Of Nearly Everything.”
“Life is filled with suffering, but it is also filled with many wonders, like the blue sky, the sunshine, the eyes of a baby. They are within us all around us, everywhere, any time.”
Jesse Kornbluth reviews the life of A.J. Liebling in his own words and his journey of eating.
Jesse Kornbluth shares his review and interview with the author of the incredible book, “God’s Hotel”.
Eve grown men should take a look at this classic book.
A war hero and a philanthropist, or a bully and a misogynist – there are many versions of the enigmatic author.
Books are intensely personal items. They are interesting in themselves to be sure, but they also bear the marks of their owners.
Eric Hoffer believed in short. Jesse Kornbluth reviews his 168 page book here.
Jesse Kornbluth shares Thich Nhat Hanh’s teachings on how to love and live better.
Kelly Corrigan is very good at what she does – here, Jesse Kornbluth reviews her latest book, “Lift”.
Why are lovers quicker to forgive their partners for infidelity than for leaving dirty dishes in the sink?
Emma Cline’s “The Girls” is a book that perfectly encapsulates the angst and insecurity and sadness of adolescence while transporting the reader back to a time when there wasn’t a mass shooting in the news every other week. Sarah Beauchamp reviews it here.