By Stephen Greenblatt. W.W. Norton; 356 pgs., $26.95.
Artist Jeral Tidwell has been a fixture in the local graffiti, tattoo and hot rod scene since he moved here from New Orleans in 1999.
Shelby Lee Adams presents 'Appalachian Portraits'
He’s been a Guggenheim Fellow and the subject of a substantial documentary film. He’s generated controversy by his photographic methods and personal connection to his subjects.
‘The Operators: The Wild and Terrifying Inside Story of America’s War in Afghanistan
‘My Song: A Memoir’
By Harry Belafonte with Michael Shnayerson. Alfred A. Knopf; 480 pgs., $30.50.
Back to podcast basics
There are degrees of tuning in and tuning out. A few examples:
Library presents ‘The Worlds of Maurice Sendak’ exhibit
A boy in an airplane made of dough, a mischievous king of the wild things — these figures are familiar characters in childhood libraries around the world, sprung from the imagination of Mauri
‘On the News … In the News’
By John Boel. Butler Books; 189 pgs., $19.95.
‘Kentucky Colonels of the American Basketball Association: The Real Story of a Team Left Behind’
By Gary West and Lloyd Gardner. Acclaim Press; 352 pgs., $29.95.
First, an announcement for the New Year. It has come to my attention that a whopping number of peeps still don’t know how to go about listening to podcasts.