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    • Idaho Wine Country

      Photographer Paul Hosefros and author Alan Minskoff discover Idaho Wine Country
    • Full House

      Sibling rivalry at the poker table
    • Things That Go Bumps

      Julian Barnes' new novel on faith and death
        In his new memoir, "Nothing to Be Frightened Of", acclaimed English novelist Julian Barnes twists the meaning of the well-known term into something truly disturbing. With a calculated logic, he deftly demonstrates that nothing is definitely something to be frightened of. Barnes thinks of death daily and can't shake the dread of no longer being around. Viewing God as an imaginary friend who offers no hope of an afterlife, the writer studies time-honored texts searching for an escape clause to mortality.
    • Watch Where You Point That Thing

      NYT writer David Carr exposes self in memoir, The Night of the Gun
        Hang around journalism long enough, and you're bound to run across a merciless editor more than willing to send you out to seek the Who, What, When, Where, Why and How of some desperate and depraved human tragedy.But it's unlikely even the most fiendish newsroom sadist would ever dare to assign what "New York Times" columnist David Carr has ruthlessly imposed upon himself.
    • Time for a Tome

      Ammon Shea's account of the OED
        What we choose to read defines us. Fans of the complex and graceful murder mysteries of Elizabeth George will not view the world through the same lens as those who relish the horror and artfully designed chaos of Stephen King. But it is only when our reading transcends mere entertainment and enters the realm of quest that we can begin to understand the outer limits of the written word.
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