Humor

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“Liberals, conservatives, and anyone else with a passionate point of view all need to learn to laugh at themselves. The B.S. of A. could be a good start . . .”

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“Ms. Eilperin regales us with the facts with all the smoothness of a skilled storyteller. . . .

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Taking a one-year sabbatical off from a high-flying advertising career to explore the potential of a range of minimum-wage jobs might not be a possibility, or even a vaguely conceived idea for ever

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After passing the rigorous entrance exams and arriving at the fabled campus of the world-famous New York Academy of Reviewers, located in the heart of United Nations Plaza, excited new student revi

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Author David Haviland really dug into history to come up with some pretty esoteric stories in his compilation Why You Should Store Your Farts in a Jar (And Other Oddball or Gross Maladies, Affl

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A short, novella-style book with no words, Images You Should Not Masturbate To uses random photographic images of common objects that, when viewed on their own merit, contain no hint of se

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“It’s often been said that ugly people craft and attractive people have sex,” writes Amy Sedaris in the introduction to her new book Simple Times: Crafts for Poor People.

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Surely at no other point in his illustrious career as the reigning Broadway lyricist/songwriter/composer of his time has Stephen Sondheim presented such a disappointing first act curtain.

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According to his only child, Christopher, William F.

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Hailed as the sequel to the 1980s cult classic, The Official Preppy Handbook, True Prep is a new outlook on all things preppy.

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“Get your score card! Can’t tell the players without a score card!” The sounds of summer. In an election year, the sounds of the world politic.

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The cover is striking, a rich blue, defining a solitary cloud.

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If you’re a horror enthusiast and have often wondered what makes horror so popular and what compels people to watch it or read it in spite of the fear it creates, then you’ll enjoy this collection

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