Experience the life and times of "the most dangerous band in the world" with Leslie's book recommendations.
A foodie and book lover's dream? These books full of personal anecdotes, food descriptions and literary references.
Here are the winners for the 2015 National Book Critics Circle Awards.
Here are the winners of the book categories of the NAACP Image awards.
As Making a Murderer sparks conversation about exoneration, Gloriane recommends books and movies about wrongly convicted people.
Like their advice? For more great reading, try these books by popular columnists, including Amy Dickinson, Dan Savage and Cheryl Strayed.
In addition to our top ten, we recommend these as the best nonfiction books published in 2015. Also be sure to check out our list of more of… More
Before Carole King’s songs were recorded by Aretha Franklin, The Monkees and Amy Winehouse, and before she released her chart-topping, mega… More
Check out some of the best book on one of America's most prominent families, the Kennedys.
2015 National Book Award Winner in Nonfiction
President Jimmy Carter doesn't seem to believe in retirement. Despite the fact that he celebrated his 91st birthday earlier this month and … More
Here are the finalists for the 2015 Andrew Carnegie Medals for Excellence in Fiction and Nonfiction.
Here are the finalists for the 2015 National Book Awards in Fiction, Nonfiction, and Poetry.
We've rounded up 29 books that inspired recent and upcoming movies/TV projects. How many have you already heard about?
Neurologist and popular author Oliver Sacks has died. Here's a guide to his books and others like them.
In these memoirs, three actors explain why they walked away from careers in Tinseltown.
Les Paul, born 100 years ago on June 9, was the 20th century’s Ben Franklin—a Renaissance man and inventor—but way cooler. Inducted into both t… More
Bbruins looks at books detailing the lives of women in revolutionary Iran.
If comedy has taught me anything, it's that trauma is hilarious. I have laughed much too often at the horrible things comedians do to themselves. W… More
Want to know more about Stosh? Ellen recommends books about the dynamic center and legendary Blackhawk.
Jeff recommends stories of icons known for fuzzy (or embellished) memories, including Ernest Hemingway and Hunter S. Thompson.
We look at biographies about growing up with Asperger’s and Autism.
Leslie recommends moving biographies that will draw you into the life of the environmentalist and author of Silent Spring.
A new biography of Mavis Staples and a look at her discography
ChgoAnge suggests books about codebreaker Alan Turing, whose story comes to life in the film The Imitation Game.
Jeff considers biographies of famous parents and their children
It's easy to think of scientists as loners absorbed in their own thoughts. Sometimes they are. Their real lives, however, can be just as interestin… More
The annual MacArthur fellows have been announced, and as usual, reading about the winners is inspiring and even intimidating (statistical analyses?… More