Rachel’s hair. Chandler’s WENUS. Phoebe’s … everything. Friends may have gone off the air more than a decade ago, but the blockbuster TV show remains one of the biggest pop culture touchstones to ever come out of the small screen. Thanks to Netflix and long-time syndication, we can still belly-laugh about Smelly Cat and Miss… Read More »
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We like to think of Labor Day as one final hurrah for the summer; the last day of vacation before retuning to school and routine, with arbitrary rules built around it revolving the changing of the seasons, like don’t wear white once it has passed. But it didn’t start out as a day to laze… Read More »
While the stories contained within the pages of these covers are fiction, they are based around true stories or inspired by real life in some way. The covers, though all different in style, definitely give the reader an idea of what’s in store for them. Here are five covers we absolutely adore!
From an exciting new voice in literary fiction, a transfixing story about an expatriate in southern China and his burgeoning relationship with a seamstress intent on inspiring dramatic political change Alex Cohen, a twenty-six-year-old Jewish Bostonian, is living in southern China, where his father runs their family-owned shoe factory. Alex reluctantly assumes the helm of… Read More »