Imagine being late to your own wedding because you and your buddies were drawing numbers for the upcoming fantasy draft. Imagine breaking your spine and then days later drafting your team while a nurse drains your bladder with a catheter. Or my favorite … Imagine wearing a lion outfit and then being hunted with paint ball guns by 12 of your fantasy football buddies because you finished last in your league. All true stories. All detailed in Matthew Berry’s Fantasy [...]
How Fantasy Becomes Life: Matthew Berry’s “Fantasy Life: The Outrageous, Uplifting, and Heartbreaking World of *Fantasy Sports* From the Guy Who’s Lived It”
The book I’ve been waiting for all my life (or at least for the past five years or so) is here.
This guy wants you to read his new book. So do I, actually.
Duran Duran’s John Taylor joins the club of rock star autobiographies with “In the Pleasure Groove.” Is the bassist’s memoir worth reading?
If you’re a fan of soul music, we’ve got reviews of two books you must add to your must-read list.
A new coffee-table book takes a look at the life and career of the incomparable Miles Davis. Does the book match up with the legend?
Star Trek: The Complete Unauthorized History compiles all the television series and film series into an easy to digest bible of the past 45 years of Star Trek.
The book “Hollywood Myths” attempts to get the story behind the story regarding some of the most scandalous situations in film history…like whether Rock Hudson was bumpin’ uglies with…Jim Nabors? Gooollllly!
I should take offense to the title of this book. I am-somewhat unashamedly-a New Kids on the Block fan. I am also a guy. A black guy, to boot. Of course, my deficit in the heterosexuality department might explain some of my NKOTB fandom, but I’ll further confuse you by noting that I currently don’t, and never did, find Donnie, Danny, Jordan, Jonathan or even Joey dreamy, or even attractive. So, yeah, it’s weird. I’m a dude, there were no [...]
Author Joe Vogel’s new book, “Featuring Michael Jackson,” continues to make the case for the King of Pop to be judged on his considerable musical merits.
Referencing the ’90s Britpop scene, you might want to check out “The Alternative Hero,” the book by Tim Thornton.