Tag Archives: Books
The 70s truly were a wild time.
That's not very nice.
Not gonna lie, I was a little disappointed by Catching Fire. Of course I cried like a little bitch when they visited Rue's district and
As someone whose life's worth is valued by how much people respond to his tweets, this is the most brilliant thing I will see today.
No surprise that 100% of these were written when racism was the hotter in America than the Beatles.
Back in April, a crime novel from first-time author Robert Galbraith was published by a small department of Little, Brown & Co. called Sphere. That book,
Even the hardest guy out there cracks a book from time to time. What should you be reading this summer?
People haven’t exactly forgiven Michael Vick.
People are still getting all hot and bothered by the sexy “Fifty Shades of Grey.” I saw an old lady reading it just yesterday on
We’ve heard it time and time again. After a particularly heated argument, odd request, or series of strange behaviors, it’s not uncommon to proclaim that
Shamless acts of internet narcissism, explained:
A company that somehow exists has released an anthology of Latin Authors using ink that upon contact with the sun and air, begins to disappear.
Tucker Max has a new book out called "Hilarity Ensues," but he says it's the last one in his trilogy of "d*ck lit." He's 36
Last year, I put together a list of books that the common Bro could add to his holiday wish list. My theory was this: For
Book reviews are rare around these parts. Reading is laborious, time consuming, and easily replaced by seedy masturbation. But when we do review a book,
Sports writer Jeff Pearlman has a book on the way this fall about Walter Payton, the record-setting, larger-than-life Chicago Bears' running back who
Think you know all there is to know about brevity and pacifism? How about making a murderous White Russians or tying a room together? Well,
Editor's Note: This story is by our friends over at SportsGrid.com. Tomorrow, the sports media world will essentially be turned upside down when James Andrew Miller
You'd have to be a real cold-hearted son-of-a-gun to deny that Burt Reynolds is the man. When it comes to movie stars, he's easily a
Everyone knows the long-standing joke (or claim) that men don't think about anything other than sex. Most of us know it's just not true. It's
Bros the world over can agree that Jack Kerouac's "On The Road" is a quintessential Bro novel. Based on Kerouac's own adventures with Beat Generation