It’s been nearly 50 years since Tom Wolfe’s account of Ken Kesey and the Merry Pranksters was published as the premier work of New Journalism. Following the group from their demarcation from Kesey’s estate in La Honda, CA, Wolfe chronicles their journey across the country in search of intersubjectivity. Experience the merriment for yourself with a signed and numbered limited-edition copy.
CNN has released a second-printing of its 2016 presidential election coffee table book, “Unprecedented,” and Donald Trump isn’t too happy with the photo they used of him on the front cover. The President-elect sent out this tweet to express his displeasure, though the tweet has since been taken down. <img data-attachment-id="9413" data-permalink="http
Even if you knew when to read, you may not have a clue what to read. That’s why we put together this selection of books from the 2016 New York Times Bestseller List.
Hand Tools: Their Ways and Workings is Watson’s guide to the tools used in woodworking. It also includes explanations on the most effective ways to use them. For those who can’t spend every minute shadowing a master craftsman, this book gives you insight into the best ways to achieve the highest levels of craftsmanship.
Looking for a gift for the book lovers and “The Daily Show” fans on your gift list? A “New York Times” bestseller, “Born a Crime: Stories from a South African Childhood,” Trevor Noah’s autobiography is a fierce, funny, and unsparing look at growing up in South Africa after apartheid. Viewers of “The Daily Show” will recognize the
“There is no such thing as perfect. Nobody attains perfection. But if you keep trying, you grow and evolve, and to me that’s the point,” writes Khloe Kardashian in her new book, Strong Looks Better Naked. “To be a better person today than I was yesterday; to become the best possible version of myself.” Khloe Kardashian t