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Make your own LEGO fantasy world inspired by these ten top modelers.
The tenth anniversary edition of this fan magazine takes a retrospective look at the history of anniversary issues of other classic comic magazines.
Anxiety fraught sexual relations are not just the domain of heterosexuals; EVERY one can have bad dates and rejection.
Little Feat was one of America's greatest bands, and Ben Fong-Torres serves them well in Willin'
Once upon a time, long ago, KISS was a rock band. This story recounts how four unlikely guys from New York first came together during the early 1970s and literally changed the face of rock and roll.
Hey, kids of the Baby Boom era! Eat your nostalgia -- and like it!
Raleigh Briggs, our DIY best friend, returns with practical instruction for maintaining clothes, food, and home with neither fuss nor muss.
100 of the greatest bad movies ever made. From the silents to the 2000s, Phil Hall selects the best of the worst.
William McKeen's collection of Florida stories sort of hits its mark.
The final word on the history of metal.
A young woman runs away from home, has a series of unhappy relationships, falls into professional sex and cocaine, and then cleans up and enters culinary school.
A maker's guide to the inexpensive and versatile Arduino processor and its uber-geeky maker world.
You've heard you should like it. This is why.
An oddly drawn graphic novel with a feminist bent set in 1860s Arizona Territory.
Step back to the Mongol Empire with Ian Koss. Bring your sword.
Despite being dissolved for over two decades, Fletcher discovers how The Smiths, a band of four working-class kids from Manchester, created a fanatical following and left an iconic legacy that changed the music world.
Sadie's allergic to peanuts, and everyone knows it.
The once vital city of Detroit gave us the auto industry and punk rock. Detroit Rock City shares the heights -- and the depths -- of the Motor City. James Mann says "Kick out the jams!"
How many ways are there to climb the music biz ladder? Chris Long climbs up, and down, and... up?