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It’s August and your ambitious plan to stack your bookshelf with novels read cover to cover has not quite been reached. You’re not alone. Grab a few of these titles for quick and fun weekend reads. It’s a necessary summer dose of laughter, love and tears. Check out our quickest end of the summer reads...
Bret Easton Ellis is the writer behind books American Psycho and The Rules Of Attraction, but before these there was Less Than Zero. The book was published in 1985, when Ellis was just 21 years old, but today the book continues to draw in readers with it's captivating, and often disturbing scenes. More»
The Glass Castle by Jeannette Walls' (former gossip columnist for MSNBC.com) chronicles a childhood that was far from a fairy tale. Along with her siblings, Jeanette, called cardboard boxes, and trailer parks her home, continually bouncing around from place to place. From the very beginning we are catapulted into a family that is far from normal, and a child trying to make sense of it all. More»
I grew up with tales of suspicious happenings at Montauks Camp Hero, and rumored secrets of what really goes down on Plum Island. But as far as government conspiracy is concerned, nothing is more intriguing than trying to unlock what goes down at Area 51. More»
No beach bag is complete without a book. Here are our top choices to read for your lazy days in the Long Island sun: More»
via guestofaguest.com So earlier this summer, we gave you our picks for the cross-genre, classics-and-bestsellers beach reading guide. Well, for the end of summer, here are a few additions on the other end of the spectrum: the sugary-sweet, mindless reads, best paired with a hangover and a beach umbrella. MORE>>
Most people think that the quintessential beach read consists of mindless prose and forgettable characters. We beg to differ. So, we've provided a list of both contemporary and classic must-reads that you can be proud to bring up at your next dinner party. More»
via guestofguest.com Have the hours spent reading article after article on gossip blogs (hey, we don't judge!) left you feeling a little...empty? Well thankfully, Kevin Kelly has stepped in and compiled a list of the best magazine articles ever written, just in time for you to compile your August beach reading list. MORE>>
Ever been visited by the ghost of summer past? It would seem so in Sophie Kinsella's latest book Twenties Girl, where creative and imaginative main character Lara is visited by the spirit of her fashion fiending, love advising, diva dancing great-aunt Sadie. More»
Thursday, May 23
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.