Nonfiction

Nonfiction

They say that the truth is stranger than fiction. We don’t know about that, but the truth does make for excellent reading materials. Die-hard memoir fans, narrative nonfiction junkies, and history buffs: You all are welcome here.

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Once again, Chicago is living up to its nickname as the City of Broad Shoulders. Mayor Rahm Emanuel is announcing an ambitious funding proposal...

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Drama on morning talk shows? You don't say! Apparently there are some hurt feelings over at ABC's "Good Morning America," where CBS anchor (and...

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Chocolate lovers, rejoice! A new study conducted by The University of California, San Diego suggests that eating chocolate could actually help you lose weight....

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According to many critics, the new documentary film "Bully" is a powerful, sad record of what happens when school bullying goes unchecked. Its creators,...

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Mad Men star January Jones and Alicia Silverstone of Clueless fame have joined the pack of celebrity parents who practice startlingly alternative parenting techniques. Jones...

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Cross-cultural phenom Tim Tebow has officially arrived in New York and the media is all over him. The polarizing gridiron star was recently profiled...

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File under: Things that creep us out. Today marks the 13th anniversary of Jack Kevorkian’s conviction for second-degree murder. Known as “Dr. Death,” Kevorkian...

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While "Man Men" creator Matthew Weiner is being typically tight-lipped about the season five premiere, we're pretty confident we can expect at least one...

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A New York Times article about cookbook ghostwriters seems to have ruffled the feathers of one Oscar-winning actress, revealing that a food writer named...

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"Pink slime" may sound like the villain of a 1950’s B-movie, but in fact it’s the pejorative nickname for a gelatinous substance used in...

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