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At the verge of turning forty, Peter Sagal—brainiac Harvard grad, short bald Jew with a disposition towards heft, and a sedentary star of public radio—started running seriously. And much to his own surprise, he kept going, faster and further, running fourteen marathons and logging tens of thousands of miles on roads, sidewalks, paths, and trails all over the United States and the world, including the Boston Marathon, where he crossed the finish line moments before the bombings.
With humor and humanity, Sagal also writes about the emotional experience of running, body image, the similarities between endurance sports and sadomasochism, the legacy of running as passed down from parent to child, and the odd but extraordinary bonds created between strangers and friends.
The result is a funny, wise, and powerful meditation about running and life that will appeal to readers everywhere. Sagal lives near Chicago with his wife Mara.
Saturday, December 1, 1: Every culture has Convergences essays on art and literature great bread traditions for holidays and celebrations—traditional Christmas loaves from Ukraine, Greece, Germany, Italy and Scandinavia; celebration breads from France and Israel; Easter breads from the United Kingdom, Sweden and Austria to name a few.
The book is chock-full of fragrant treats made for celebrations and special occasions. All the old standbys are here, plus delicious examples from around the world. All were time-consuming and painstaking to make at home — until now. Jeff Hertzberg has been a physician, university professor, information technology consultant and ardent amateur baker.
During medical residency, he started a years-long quest to figure out how to make dough that was convenient to use every day. Saturday, December 1, 3: With page after page of aspirational interiors, engaging interviews with home owners, and tips on creating similar feelings in any space, this eye-catching book explores what makes a house a truly personal space and offers readers the tools and inspiration to make their home their own.
Sunday, December 2, 1: Drop cookies and cutouts, refrigerator cookies and bars; Swedish shortbread, Viennese wafers, and French—Swiss butter cookies; almond palmiers; chai crescents and taffy treats; snowball clippers, cherry pinwheels, lime coolers, and chocolate-drizzled churros: Easy Entertaining with Seasonal Menus.
Minnesota native Rick Nelson has been writing about restaurants and food at the Star Tribune since He is a James Beard Award winner and his work has been featured in four editions of the annual Best Food Writing anthology, which highlights the best in American food journalism. Saturday, December 8, 1: Clair sign A Field Guide to the Natural World of the Twin Cities Though the Twin Cities and environs have proven a fine habitat for one particular species, the three million humans who call the area home share these 3, square miles with myriad animals and plants, all in a mosaic of various ecosystems.
Moriarty is senior manager of wildlife for the Three Rivers Park District. He has been a natural resources manager for the park systems of Ramsey and Hennepin counties and has been active in local natural history organizations. He is author of five books on Minnesota natural history, including, with Carol D.
Hall, Amphibians and Reptiles in Minnesota.
He serves on the board of directors of the Audubon Chapter of Minneapolis and has been involved in state and national environmental education and interpretation programs.
Saturday, December 8, 3: He is the author of more than forty books, including Tales of Wonder: Fairy Tales, Children, and the Culture Industry.
Sunday, December 9, 1: And this year she's going to throw her husband, Ed, a truly perfect retirement party, one worthy of memorializing in her upcoming letter. But the event becomes a disaster when, in front of two hundred guests, Violet learns her daughter Cerise has been keeping a shocking secret from her, shattering Violet's carefully constructed world.
In an epic battle of wills, Violet goes to increasing lengths to wrest back control of her family, infuriating Cerise and snaring their family and friends in a very un-Midwestern, un-Baumgartner gyre of dramatics. And there will be no explaining away the consequences in this year's Baumgartner holiday letter Full of humor, emotion and surprises at every turn, Evergreen Tidings from the Baumgartners brings to life a remarkable cast of quirky, deeply human characters who must learn to adapt to the unconventional, or else risk losing one another.A writing-intensive course that examines contemporary public issues through a variety of cultural expressions, from fiction, poetry, television and comics, to political discourse, folklore, web-based media, and song lyrics, among other popular genres.
Diderot's thoughts on art and style: with some of his shorter essays / selected and translated by Beatrix L. Tollemache. NX 65 D In defence of art: critical essays & reviews / Louis Dudek ; edited with an introduction by Aileen Collins.
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Engrossing essays that replicate the author’s great and refined wisdom of the area. issues diversity from the spiritual rites of the Aztecs to fashionable american portray, from jap paintings and faith to like and eroticism.
Australian literature - Literature from to A new and very talented generation of writers and artists began to emerge at the outset of World War II. Literary magazines—including Southerly and Meanjin, both concerned with promoting Australian writing (and both still extant)—established themselves, and the interest of the international reading public in Australian writing grew.