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Dining, SFoodie New Book Teaches the Alcoholic Art of Beer Brewing

New Book Teaches the Alcoholic Art of Beer Brewing

The best part about beer, hands down, has always been drinking it. But for many thousands of Americans, brewing beer is just as rewarding. Brewing is an intellectual experience -- it's an art, a science, a study of history, a…
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Dining, SFoodie Big Backyard? You Could Raise All Your Own Food, New Book Says

Big Backyard? You Could Raise All Your Own Food, New Book Says

Feed a family of four on a quarter- acre plot! Earn thousands in half the time a normal job would require! But wait ― there's more, as the late Billy Mays might have said. Never farmed before? Don't know an…
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The Heart Is Deceitful Above All Things

So much has been written about J.T. LeRoy, Wunderkind author of last year's acclaimed truck stop-prostitute fairy tale Sarah, that one might worry his persona as reclusive genius would obscure the genius that is his actual talent. The release of…
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Mother Jones: The Most Dangerous Woman in America

The story of Mother Jones is one of the most compelling in American history. Born Mary Harris in Cork, Ireland, in 1837, she immigrated to the U.S. as a child, later marrying an ironworker surnamed Jones and settling in Memphis.…
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