Culture Magazine


  • Summer Festival Preview: Caramoor

    Summer Festival Preview: Caramoor

    The stately festival in Katonah prepares for changes. by Paul J. Pelkonen The big tent at Caramoor and at one end, the Venetian Theater. Read more

    The 09 June 2017 by   Superconductor
  • Slaughter-House Five

    Slaughter-House Five

    Slaughter-House Five by Kurt VonnegutPublished by Rosetta BooksEbookPublished 1 July 2010 (first published 1969)285 pagesPrime Reading Find out more about the... Read more

    The 09 June 2017 by   Pamelascott
  • Seventh Son (2014)

    Seventh (2014)

    Director: Sergey Bodrov Writer: Charles Leavitt, Steven Knight (Screenplay) Joseph Delaney (Novel) Matt Greenberg (Screen Story) Starring: Jeff Bridges, Ben... Read more

    The 09 June 2017 by   Newguy
  • The Power of the Debut Novel

    Power Debut Novel

    Last month I read two fantastic books that were the authors’ debut novels (The Hate U Give and The Leavers). That got me thinking about other great first... Read more

    The 09 June 2017 by   Curlygeek04
  • Blog Tour – Come Sundown by Nora Roberts

    Blog Tour Come Sundown Nora Roberts

    What’s it all about?:A saga of love, family ties, and twisted passions from the #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Obsession…The Bodine ranch and resor... Read more

    The 09 June 2017 by   Bibliobeth
  • The Mummy (2017) – Review

    Mummy (2017) Review

    First, Alex Kurtzman's The Mummy has nothing to do with Stephen Sommers' 1999 Brendan Fraser-fueled blockbuster of the same title; let alone Karl Freund's 1932... Read more

    The 09 June 2017 by   Paskalis Damar
  • The Child – Fiona Barton

    Child Fiona Barton

    Psychological Thriller 5*s Wow!! I was hoping for a good read after having enjoyed The Widow so much last year but this story totally blew me away. Read more

    The 09 June 2017 by   Cleopatralovesbooks
  • Fabulous Friday – 9 June 2017

    Fabulous Friday June 2017

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    The 09 June 2017 by   Whatsheread
  • Mantan (2017): A Reconciliation Game

    Mantan (2017): Reconciliation Game

    Svetlana Dea's directorial debut, Mantan (trans. ex-lover) is quite an oddball. It's a dialogue-heavy romcom, which grounds between a social satire and a pure... Read more

    The 09 June 2017 by   Paskalis Damar
  • FLASHBACK FRIDAY: Thunder Heights by Phyllis A. Whitney- Featue and Review

    FLASHBACK FRIDAY: Thunder Heights Phyllis Whitney- Featue Review

    WELCOME TO FLASHBACK FRIDAY! THIS WEEK'S FEATURE IS:ABOUT THE BOOK:When Camilla King's grandfather leaves her the family estate in his will, she is shocked. Read more

    The 09 June 2017 by   Gpangel