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Can a man survive for two years on a strange planet without air, food, water, and Netflix? Ian Koss relates the strange tale of The Martian
Marky Ramone's tale of life in The Ramones is both sad and joyous. James Mann takes a look at Punk Rock Blitzkrieg.
Nemo: River of Ghosts
The Grateful Dead is calling an end to the show after 50 years. Two new books shine a light on this most American of bands.
Berlin based photographer, Holger Talinski, takes on a visual tour of Peaches world. He spends far more time in sweaty rehearsal halls and hotel rooms than he does showing the glamour of being a rock star. He provides the proper unfussy photographic documentation of a performer with a don't give a damn attitude.
Doug Hoekstra swings for the fences with The Tenth Inning.
Lego super-heroes take over Brick Journal
Low-budget posters for lo-fi bands that made the 1980's bearable in Louisville Kentucky.
Garrison Fewell explores the meaning of spirituality and jazz improvisation in 25 conversations with modern jazz greats.
Henni tells the tale of a young girl's enlightenment against the forces that would keep her silent.
It's been 30 years since Purple Rain. Alan Light takes us back.
A tight and fast paced graphic novel about a man with an inner animal.
A collection of convict work songs from Mississippi's notorious Parchman Farm. Scott Adams tells the tale.
An expansive and exhaustive behind-the-scenes account of Nirvana's meteoric rise to fame, and the untimely death of its iconic frontman, Kurt Cobain.
A quick and witty read, this is a feel-good story from the heart that definitely is worth the read, no matter what your beliefs.
Poised to change the world with Sticky Fingers, the Stones in 1971 were fleeing the UK. Robert Greenfield gives us a look behind the scenes.
The story of one woman's pursuit of closure and connection to the father she never knew, Duane Allman.
Book collecting 10 years of reviews, interviews, and columns from Scene Point Blank.
Called "The Greatest World Series of All Time", the '91 Fall Classic saw two "worst to first" teams battle it out. James Mann lived it, and Wendel brings it all back.