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1. Welcome to the end of election week madness! Regardless of your political affiliation here’s an issue we can all agree upon: No matter who you...

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Forget the Dos Equis commercials. George Plimpton really was the most interesting man in the world. The editor, author, actor, Kennedy confidant, and one-time...

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Today marks Rolling Stone's 45th anniversary. The iconic magazine debuted in 1967 with John Lennon on the cover of the first issue. In the decades since,...

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Aaron Cooley, the author of a new Fleming-inspired novel, "Shaken, Not Stirred," takes us through the myths and mysteries behind James Bond. The release of "Skyfall" marks the 50th...

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If Mitt Romney wins today's election, he'll become the United States' first Mormon president. While the Republican candidate has tried to steer attention away...

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In "Seven Psychopaths," which hits theaters this Friday, a struggling screenwriter becomes an unwilling participant in the L.A. gang underworld after his friends abduct...

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In British author Lee Child's bestselling thriller series, detective Jack Reacher stands 6'5"—nine inches taller than Tom Cruise, star of the December film Jack...

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Based on a short story from Tom Bissell's 2005 collection God Lives in St. Petersburg, The Loneliest Planet—in select theaters now—features Gael García Bernal as one...

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1. You guys, the Internet is full of wondrous things. And this bookcase must be a product of it. Check out this item that...

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The run-up to Halloween sees a horde of books and films aiming to terrify: "Sinister" and "Paranormal Activity 4" are drawing moviegoers with promises of...

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