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Chef Gerry Hayden of The North Fork Table and Inn in Southold, New York, is one of the Best Chef Nominees for the Northeast Region. Chef Gerry is an outstanding culinary artist and is featured in The Hamptons & Long Island Homegrown Cookbook. Learn More.
Author Emily Tepe doesn’t accept the old notion that food-producing plants should be segregated in their own plot. She advocates combining them freely with ornamentals to add color, texture and visual interest to beds and containers. “I believe a yard can be both beautiful and productive,” she writes. Learn More.
An excerpt from How to Raise Rabbits by Samantha and Daniel Johnson will appear in Grit Magazine's special issue on rabbits, appearing on newsstands in February. Learn More.
Noah Scalin, author of 365 and Unstuck from Voyageur Press, owns a socially aware graphic design and consulting firm. His goal is to help other designers work from an ethical perspective. Learn More.
The Daily Beast has selected Miles Davis: The Complete Illustrated History as one of the Best Coffee Table Books of 2012. Learn More.
Bloomberg News has selected Star Trek: The Complete Unauthorized History as one of its top picks for gift books this holiday season. Learn More.
Even people without coffee tables enjoy coffee table books as gifts, especially if they're thoughtfully chosen rather than hastily snatched from a store shelf at the last minute. The Associated Press has selected Green Day as one of the best coffee table gift books this year. Learn More.
The Big Lebowski: An Illustrated, Annotated History of the Greatest Cult Film of All Time, published by Voyageur Press, and All About Bond, distributed by Quayside Distribution Services, are two of the picks in the 2012 Fandango Holiday Gift Guide. Learn More.
Daniel Durchholz, author of Rock N' Roll Myths: The True Stories Behind the Most Infamous Legends, is setting the record straight about some of rock music's best kept secrets. Learn More.
When Bob Greenberger came to the first "Star Trek" convention in New York City in 1972, he discovered that the universe of the sci-fi show went far beyond the bridge of the USS Enterprise. Now he's written a book about his favorite sci-fi show. Learn More.
From overnight sensations and epic affairs to drunken arrests and unsolved murders, there are more legends about the music and movie industries than inquiring minds can count. Two St. Louis-area authors have investigated 113 of them in a pair of new volumes published by Voyageur Press: Rock 'n' Roll Myths and Hollywood Myths. Learn More.
Rock critic, author, mythbuster Gary Graff is about to enter the Hall of Fame. Not the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame -- quite yet -- but the Allderdice High School Hall of Fame. Learn More.
Reader's Digest has recommended Barnyard Confidential for "a dose of delight in the closing days of summer." Learn More.
The Huffington Post gave Ghost Towns of California, the latest installment of Voyageur Press's Ghost Towns series, a favorable review August 9. Learn More.
ClassicBands.com sat down with author Dave Hunter of Amped: The Illustrated History of the World's Greatest Amplifiers, to discuss his book and his interest in music. Learn More.
Dead Letters author Paul Grushkin will give a special presentation about the book and the Grateful Dead’s fans at the Rock n' Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, OH, Wednesday, June 13th, 7:00 p.m. Learn More.
Blogger Kelly Rae Roberts says Flora Bowley's new book Brave Intuitive Painting "will give you insight and tools and techniques on how to uncover your own rhythm of unfolding, taking risk, and trusting the painting process." Learn More.
With demand for goat meat driving a market boom in this country, a few farmers are getting in the goat business and trying the meat for themselves. The Meat Goat Handbook, by Yvonne Zweede-Tucker, aims to help producers get into the business. Learn More.
Have you hit a creative roadblock? In his new book, “Unstuck,” Noah Scalin presents 52 inspiring prompts designed for any field and any level of experience. Learn More.
Rain Gardens, from Voyageur Press, is a "wonderful guide for anyone interested in creating a rain garden," according to the Staten Island Advance. Learn More.