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Clive Davis recounts the incredible careers of Whitney Houston and Carlos Santana, inspired by a photo of the three of them on his wall included in his new memoir, THE SOUNDTRACK OF MY LIFE.
Stephen King says most holiday movies really suck.
What is your favorite holiday movie?!
Top economist Zachary Karabell discusses the statistics, measurements, and terms such as GDP, unemployment rate, and trade deficit; and how they came to dictate our public policies and personal decisions.
New York Times bestselling author Doris Kearns Goodwin discusses the audiobook edition of THE BULLY PULPIT, read by Edward Herrman.
Sharron Kahn Luttrell talks about becoming a weekend puppy raiser with the organization NEADS (National Education for Assistance Dog Services) and the year she spent co-parenting a yellow lab puppy (Daisy) with an inmate named Keith.
Doctor Proctor, Nilly, and Lisa must save the day in Doctor Proctor's Fart Powder, a fart-tastically funny four-book series from New York Times bestsmelling author Jo Nesb .
Anders de La Motte talks about his trilogy, featuring GAME, BUBBLE and BUZZ
Authors Kim McCosker and Rachael Bermingham make cooking quick and easy with recipes from their book 4 Ingredients.
When a six-year battle with brain cancer stole beloved high school English teacher David Menasche s ability to continue teaching, he set out on a journey to reunite with his former students, hoping to find out if he made a difference in their live...
Gary Pomerantz on reading a 'majestic' work of narrative nonfiction
REVOLUTIONARY is a fascinating retelling of the story of America s first female soldier who successfully disguised herself as a man and fought valiantly in the Revolutionary War.
The King Years is a comprehensive view of America in the turbulent, transformative 1960s, by our nation s foremost authoritative voice on the subject, Taylor Branch, author of the acclaimed America in the King Years .
Tamar Adler makes a meal and talks about the pleasures of cooking.
Gary Pomerantz gives the definitive account of the Steel Curtain dynasty, which won four Super Bowls and produced 12 Hall of Fame players, with more than 200 interviews with players, coaches, executives, and opponents reflecting on their glory day...