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No such thing as a bad book for children' Entertainment and arts correspondent, BBC News Fantasy author Neil Gaiman has said "snobbery and foolishness" by adults about certain books can easily destroy a child's love of reading. "I don't think there
Bad books make our heads implode and bad movies based on those same books make us want to stab ourselves in the eye...A fantastic book that got turned into PG drivel (sorry, just thinking about it makes our eye twitch uncomfortably).
What felt like a ridiculously long winter has, at last, given way to green leaves and temperate weather, and as many of us will insist, that somehow makes seeing musicians play live feel more satisfying. If you've been out of the loop, look no
FRI., FEB. 15 A widely regarded outsider of the blues and folk-music scene, Jandek has released well over 60 albums' worth of strangely constructed East Texas blues, available for order from a P.O...Over the years, the reclusive artist has developed
Andy Hull is doing just fine with the introspective and sometimes angst-tinged alt-rock of Manchester Orchestra, and Brooklyn-based Kevin Devine has built up a solid following with his own singer/songwriter thing. So why, then, would it befit the two
David Levenson/Getty Images Edgar Kellogg is a bit of a loser. Once a fat kid and now a surly, unpopular adult who can't even muster any enthusiasm for his girlfriend, he has never got over his need to find a "Great Character" to look up to.
iTunes.com Genre : Jazz Artist : Sidney Bechet Song : Petite Fleur Album : Vive la France The High Llamas U.K. art-pop clan The High Llamas is captained by Sean O'Hagan, with co-pilots Rob Allum, Marcus Holdaway, Jon Fell, Pete Aves, and Dominic
Bad Books , the project-turned-album result of Manchester Orchestra's Andy Hull and Devine sharing stages, tour vans and Favorite Gentlemen as the same record label, hits stores October 19 digitally, as vinyl and CD on November 9. If you miss the
Robin Ince's Bad Book Club is the eponymous comedian's homage, published earlier this month, to really execrable books...He skewers self-help manuals and thrillers, poetry books and sex books, but has most fun in the chapter on autobiographies. Among
Laying into Ian Fleming because his Bond books "consist entirely of clichés" is hardly revolutionary, but the 007's creator is not the only author to come under attack from a group of US academics asked to describe what constitutes a bad book for the