No book about the Vietnam War experience has disturbed me as much as Bleeding Spirits, or left such a deep impression on me.
Patrick Kavanaugh’s “Spiritual Lives of the Great Composers” is a treasury of composers’ spiritual influences on music across the centuries.
As a travel journalist, I am dreaming about trips to places want to see — some real, others not — that are high on my bucket list itinerary.
Stan Lee introduced Spider-Man to the world, a character supposedly inspired by a spider crawling up a wall and a favorite comic book.
After the release of Abbey Road, Beatle fans began digging up “evidence” of a devastating music-world tragedy—the death of Paul McCartney.
“Let It Be” offered a “heads up” message for Beatles fans worldwide: The group is breaking up, and nothing can stop its eventual demise.
“Idaho” by Emily Ruskovich is a haunting story rooted in a terrible tragedy, which dramatically changes the course of several lives.
In the golden years of teen horror films featuring dangerous, oversized creatures running amok, the 1954 classic giant-ant thriller “Them!”
These youth are the future. They’ll carry the torch forward with their silent symphony. I do my best to make sure the light shines bright.
Debbie Burke’s novel has all the earmarks of a thriller. It’s well-crafted with a plot that ratchets up the suspense.