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Nonfiction

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If you've ever been on a strict diet--one that disallows all the fun stuff, such as booze, sugar, chocolate or bread (or, while they're...

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Two world-class athletes smashing a ball at each other at 130 miles per hour with nothing between them but a piddly net and 78...

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Adversity is an irreducible fact of life. Although we can and should learn from all experiences, both positive and negative, bestselling author Dr. Norman...

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In his new book, “The Loch Ness Monster and Other Unexplained Mysteries,” ecologist and writer JF Derry takes the 80th anniversary of the first...

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When the author of Apologies to My Censor left Toronto for Beijing, he also left Mitch Moxley for Tall Rice, journalism for live date-shows, and...

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For fantasy football’s biggest fans, it's the most wonderful time of the year: From their August draft parties to their early September hopes of...

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Nancy Jo Sales first wanted to write novels, but The Bling Ring—her true tale of celeb-crazed young criminals—proves reality can beat the wildest fictions. Zola: How...

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Last week I made the trek down to the Dumbo area of Brooklyn, smack-dab in the middle of two of New York’s most iconic bridges, to...

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Some parts of the country (and world) seem better equipped to fend off the food temptations and poor eating habits that have contributed to...

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To all you curious, obsessive, rebellious young techies: Exploding the Phone author Phil Lapsley thinks you might be phreaks.   Zola: How did you first hear about “phone phreaking”?...

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