Science has changed a lot since the 1940s. So has science fiction. Books written about the marvels of the future can sound very silly to the people who are actually living there. That’s why it is so impressive when a …
A Young Wife by Pam Lewis Fifteen-year-old Minke Van Aisma goes to 1912 Amsterdam to nurse a dying woman. But instead, she ends up quickly married to a exciting
Everyone has a drink, whether it be Pappy Van Winkle’s 23-year-old Special Reserve Bourbon or a daily can of Throwback Pepsi. But living in a thriving wine valley
The Singular Exploits of Wonder Mom and Party Girl by Marc Schuster What happens when an average middle-class mom decides to start a casual cocaine habit? Schuster’s debut novel
New York Times bestselling author Steve Berry will be appearing at a luncheon to benefit the Jefferson Library at Mission Mill Museum on May 24. The appearance is
The success of the human race relies on the institution of motherhood: the assumption that most women, once they have identified a child as their own, will make
There is a point in the life of a particular strain of nerd when they decide that if they can't be popular, they can at least be learned.
Man with a Pan by Jon Donohue This collection of men writing about their experiences feeding their families defies genre. Part cookbook, part memoir, part comic book while being
“It’s like you sit there, don’t you? Watchin’ the ballet or the opera on the telly, and... and you call it rubbish, 'cos that’s what it looks like.
Pentacle Theatre has announced the upcoming auditions for their new comedy, “The Underpants.” Auditions will be Saturday, May 7 promptly at 1 p.m. at the Pentacle Theatre lobby