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How Starbucks Saved My Life: A Son of Privilege
Michael Gates Gill’s memoir might easily be subtitled "A Riches to (Cleaning) Rags Story" in which a patrician advertising executive tumbles from grace and finds himself needing a job …
Lucky or Smart?: Secrets to an Entrepreneurial Life
Are you smart enough to be lucky or lucky enough to be smart?  Can you tell the difference?      Bo Peabody, one of the first Internet wunderkinds, was smart ... or lucky ... …
The Bucolic Plague: How Two Manhattanites Became
As a fan of Planet Green’s The Fabulous Beekman Boys, I was delighted to receive Josh Kilmer-Purcell’s The Bucolic Plague as a birthday gift. Two days ago. Which means, like most of the other …
reviewed The Geography of Bliss. June 20, 2010
The Geography of Bliss
National Public Radio correspondent Eric Weiner spent one year traveling the world to unravel the latitude and longitude of happiness. Sentient beings sooner or later ponder the ‘what’ of …
reviewed Born Standing Up: A Comic's Life. June 20, 2010
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Steve Martin spent 18 years performing stand-up comedy, culminating in phenomenal success. In the throws of acclaim, he left stand-up, and the accompanying overwhelming anxiety, behind and has never …
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"The Thing About Life Is That One Day You’ll Be Dead" by David Shields is a book that will gnaw at the back of your mind. Like the proverbial car crash, the topic is disquieting but you …
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