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Dylan wishes you a strange Christmas.

Dylan wishes you a strange Christmas.

Jews suffer from holiday envy: Goyim get the choice gifts and classic songs, while we just light candles and nibble chocolate coins. Maybe that’s why, despite recent synagogue appearances, Bob Dylan did a 2006 Christmas special

  • This painting was done by my 13 yr old son Ethan. This is a special request painting reserved for Mary. Ganesha (Ganesh) is the Hindu deity who is invoked at the beginning of new undertakings, as he has the power to remove obs... This painting was done by my 13 yr old son Ethan. This is a special request painting reserved for Mary. Ganesha (Ganesh) is the Hindu deity who is invoked at the beginning of new undertakings, as he has the power to remove obstacles and clear the way for success. The divine force stills the rational mind and its doubts, forcing one to look beyond outer appearances. Thus Ganesha creates the faith to remove all obstacles, forcing one to look beyond form, removing doubts and pointing out the spiritual side of everything. Painting is done on a 16X20 slim Canvas with Velcro wall safe hanging removable tape on the backside for easy hanging. Each painting is signed by son EMC. Blessed Be

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  • Take an EXTRA 10% off two sale items or an EXTRA 20% off three or more! Interim markdowns may have been taken. No adjustments for prior purchases. Excludes Online Clearance merchandise. Extra Savings: Receive an extra percentage o... Take an EXTRA 10% off two sale items or an EXTRA 20% off three or more! Interim markdowns may have been taken. No adjustments for prior purchases. Excludes Online Clearance merchandise. Extra Savings: Receive an extra percentage off sale items when you buy 2 or more sale items from select categories. Savings will be reflected at checkout. Some exclusions may apply; see your sales associate for details. Ends 10/10/11 at 11:59 PM CT. Highlights We know you love the oversize golden buttons that make appearances in every Milly collection, so we know you'll fall in love with the Farrah skirt the minute you slip it on. Large buttons add vintage-inspired polish to the modern knee-length hem. Black knit jersey with golden buttons. Sits at hip; button front. Side pocket details. Straight style skims body. Hem hits at knee. Polyester/wool/Lycra®. Made in USA of Spanish material. Designer About Milly: With an avid interest in European fashion and luxury goods, Milly designer Michelle Smith interned at Hermes in Paris after attending New York's Fashion Institute of Technology. While in Paris, Smith also studied at the prestigious ESMOD International Fashion University and interned at Louis Vuitton, Torrente, and Christian Dior. In 2001, Smith returned to New York to launch Milly, which is known for exquisite prints, fabrics, and a modern sensibility with a vintage vibe.

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  • By all appearances you look absolutely amazing! Please your personality with the divine delight of this Robert Clergerieâ„¢ Digi! Leather upper. Round toe. Three strap accents. Side buckle closure. Leather lining. Leather insole. ... By all appearances you look absolutely amazing! Please your personality with the divine delight of this Robert Clergerieâ„¢ Digi! Leather upper. Round toe. Three strap accents. Side buckle closure. Leather lining. Leather insole. Contrast-colored synthetic outsole. Made in France. Heel Height: 2 in Platform Height: 1 1⁄4 in Weight: 11 oz Product measurements were taken using size 8. Please note that measurements may vary by size.

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  • If you're wanting to evoke vintage flair in modern duds, look no further than this duo from What Goes Around Comes Around. Fresh, modern fabrics serve as the backdrop for inspired prints and detail. Highlights Suede-Patch Denim Sh... If you're wanting to evoke vintage flair in modern duds, look no further than this duo from What Goes Around Comes Around. Fresh, modern fabrics serve as the backdrop for inspired prints and detail. Highlights Suede-Patch Denim Shorts: Straight from the 1970s, these cutoffs from What Goes Around Comes Around make us think of riding bikes in summer time. Light blue denim. Allover fading, whiskering, and distressing; raw-edged seams. Classic five-pocket style. Natural rise. Slouchy fit sits slightly away from body. Button/zip fly. Cotton. Imported of imported and domestic material. Designer About What Goes Around Comes Around: From a small, vintage boutique to a contemporary leader, What Goes Around Comes Around was founded with the principle that the old influences the new. Designers Gerard Maione and Seth Weisser launched this distinctly modern line with a vintage edge in 2006 to much acclaim. The period of late 1960's to the early 1970's remains their ever-present influence with rock chic, mod, bohemian, and British influences making appearances throughout their line. Highlights Anais Floral-Print Peasant Top: What Goes Around Comes Around makes a case for vintage style with this peasant top. Muted shades in the floral print evoke a 1970s vibe while the relaxed silhouette adds a modern touch. Cream/pink/multicolor floral-print georgette. Drawstring scoop neckline. Long sleeves; drawstring cuffs. Eased fit. Pullover style. Silk. Imported. Designer About What Goes Around Comes Around: From a small, vintage boutique to a contemporary leader, What Goes Around Comes Around was founded with the principle that the old influences the new. Designers Gerard Maione and Seth Weisser launched this distinctly modern line with a vintage edge in 2006 to much acclaim. The period of late 1960s to the early 1970s remains their ever-present influence with rock chic, mod, bohemian, and British influences making appearances throughout their line.

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  • As a young man he spent many hours sitting, against his will, in the corner. The reasons were always innocent, but endless. Magician Brian Curry is one of DC's busiest magicians. He was awarded the National Theatre's "All Stars of... As a young man he spent many hours sitting, against his will, in the corner. The reasons were always innocent, but endless. Magician Brian Curry is one of DC's busiest magicians. He was awarded the National Theatre's "All Stars of Magic Award" and was called "Northern Virginia's Most Popular Magician" by the Washington Post. As "King of his own imaginary kingdom", Brian has made his mark on the DC area with appearances on CBS, Fox and NBC news channels.

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  • In 2007, Iron Maiden confirmed several major festival appearances worldwide for the year to form the second leg of the A Matter of Life and Death tour, now dubbed A Matter of the Beast to celebrate the 25th anniversary of The Numb... In 2007, Iron Maiden confirmed several major festival appearances worldwide for the year to form the second leg of the A Matter of Life and Death tour, now dubbed A Matter of the Beast to celebrate the 25th anniversary of The Number of the Beast album.

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  • We expect to see a lot of this blazer for fall. With its simple silhouette and stretch fit, it's sure to make countless appearances. And, we can't help but love the styling options that come with the suede cord. Single breasted. S... We expect to see a lot of this blazer for fall. With its simple silhouette and stretch fit, it's sure to make countless appearances. And, we can't help but love the styling options that come with the suede cord. Single breasted. Snap closure. Front pocket.

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  • Designed to keep out drafts while keeping up appearances, Schuler and Sons wooly pair is a cozy winter-weather staple. Fits true to size Side zip Wool, leather upper; cotton lining Leather insole Synthetic sole 1.5" synthetic heel... Designed to keep out drafts while keeping up appearances, Schuler and Sons wooly pair is a cozy winter-weather staple. Fits true to size Side zip Wool, leather upper; cotton lining Leather insole Synthetic sole 1.5" synthetic heel 17"H; 17" circumference Imported

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  • I used it for 3 days and saw a difference. I've now been using for 30 days and can see fewer forehead lines, less crow's feet, smoother skin PLUS I had several acne scars that have almost completely disappeared.

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  • I love this album, not because William Shatner is the Captain, but because Shatner's tongue-in-cheek vocals are alway filled his trademark melodramatic sincerity that bounce back and forth between beat poetics and comedy. "See... I love this album, not because William Shatner is the Captain, but because Shatner's tongue-in-cheek vocals are alway filled his trademark melodramatic sincerity that bounce back and forth between beat poetics and comedy. "Seeking Major Tom" could have been grounded by the gravity of the cool pop alternative delivery that performers such as Grace Jones or Lee Hazlewood are known for—and that would have been great, after all guest appearances include Zakk Wylde, Sheryl Crow, Ritchie Blackmore, Lyle Lovett, Steve Miller, Peter Frampton, members of The Strokes, The Kinks, Tangerine Dream, Alice In Chains, Deep Purple, Yes, MC5 and other pop icons—instead Shatner leverages his "Space Cowboy" legacy as a theme for self-parody, which is much more fun. The songs on the "Seeking Major Tom" collection, a bag of sentimental pop-rock standards from the space age are also ripe for for parody, and Shatner makes sure that each one has been spiked with enough ironic moxie to make a Vulcan laugh.

  • Deborah Ann "Debbie" Harry (born July 1, 1945) is an American singer–songwriter and actress, most famous for being the lead singer for the New Wave band Blondie. She has also had success as a solo artist, and in the mid-1990s she ... Deborah Ann "Debbie" Harry (born July 1, 1945) is an American singer–songwriter and actress, most famous for being the lead singer for the New Wave band Blondie. She has also had success as a solo artist, and in the mid-1990s she also performed and recorded as part of The Jazz Passengers. Harry has also engaged in an acting career with over 30 film roles and several television appearances to her credit. Andy Warhol Captured her formidable beauty.

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  • These three wine goblets have been hand thrown in white Devonshire stoneware clay. Each piece was made in two separate halves and attached together. Glazed in oatmeal these have a particularly rustic appearances designed for qu... These three wine goblets have been hand thrown in white Devonshire stoneware clay. Each piece was made in two separate halves and attached together. Glazed in oatmeal these have a particularly rustic appearances designed for quaffing wine!

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  • On October 8, 2008, The Guiness Book of World Records, along with Lite-Brite creator Hasbro, recognized ASICS Lite-Brite 4 ft. 9.25 in. by 9 ft. 9.5 in. reproduction of the Gel-Lyte III shoe as the largest in the world. The shoe ... On October 8, 2008, The Guiness Book of World Records, along with Lite-Brite creator Hasbro, recognized ASICS Lite-Brite 4 ft. 9.25 in. by 9 ft. 9.5 in. reproduction of the Gel-Lyte III shoe as the largest in the world. The shoe will now make appearances at various locations across the United States, including footwear retailers and music concerts. Be on the lookout . . .

  • wonderfully illustrated. According to the author, it describes "the attention to detail that characterizes much of Japan--both visually and socially. I came to realize just how much thought lies behind appearances and actions... wonderfully illustrated. According to the author, it describes "the attention to detail that characterizes much of Japan--both visually and socially. I came to realize just how much thought lies behind appearances and actions there, and that these details of beauty and nuances of word and deed are both expected and appreciated."

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  • At the time of The Dynasty Roc la Familia's release, Jay-Z had already established himself as a towering figure in the rap world. His previous two albums -- Vol. 2: Hard Knock Life and Vol. 3: Life and Times of S. Carter -- spawne... At the time of The Dynasty Roc la Familia's release, Jay-Z had already established himself as a towering figure in the rap world. His previous two albums -- Vol. 2: Hard Knock Life and Vol. 3: Life and Times of S. Carter -- spawned numerous gigantic hits and were filled the brim with the biggest hitmakers in rap: producers like Timbaland and Swizz Beatz; rappers like Juvenile and DMX. So rather than try to one-up these albums with yet more super-producers and big-name rappers, Jay-Z took a different approach on The Dynasty. He brought in a stable of up-and-coming producers (the Neptunes, Just Blaze, Kanye West) and handed the mic to his in-house roster of Roc-a-Fella rappers (Beanie Sigel, Memphis Bleek, Freeway) with the intention of bolstering his rap "dynasty" (i.e., Roc-a-Fella). The approach works well. The Dynasty Roc la Familia still sounds like a Jay-Z album, but it's different enough from his past work to make it exciting and unique. In particular, the productions set Jigga apart from his peers in 2000, especially "I Just Wanna Love You (Give It 2 Me)" by the Neptunes, a fun, playful song a world apart from the rugged Ruff Ryder beats Swizz Beatz had been offering Jay-Z a year earlier. In terms of rapping, the omnipresence of Beanie Sigel and Memphis Bleek spices up "Parking Lot Pimpin'," another album highlight, but is a drag on other songs, where Jay-Z seems like a guest on his own album. Guest appearances by Snoop Dogg and Scarface are much more welcome, two of only three non-Roc-a-Fella guest features here. The Dynasty plays overall like a Roc-a-Fella mixtape rather than a Jay-Z album, which means you'll have to endure a lot of promotional posse tracks, particularly toward the end of the album. Still, the few standout tracks here are career highlights for Jay-Z and well worth wading through the occasional filler to find. ~ Jason Birchmeier, All Music Guide « less… more »

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  • When Jay-Z dropped "The City Is Mine" in 1997 and claimed New York's hip-hop throne upon the Notorious B.I.G.'s demise, many smirked and some even snickered. Four years later in 2001, when he released The Blueprint, no one was smi... When Jay-Z dropped "The City Is Mine" in 1997 and claimed New York's hip-hop throne upon the Notorious B.I.G.'s demise, many smirked and some even snickered. Four years later in 2001, when he released The Blueprint, no one was smirking and no one dared snicker. At this point in time, nobody in New York could match Jay-Z rhyme for rhyme and nobody in New York had fresher beats -- and many would argue that Jigga's reign was not just confined to New York but was, in fact, national. Yes, Jay-Z had risen to the top of the rap game in the late '90s and solidified his position with gigantic hits like "Big Pimpin" and "I Just Wanna Love You (Give It 2 Me)." Furthermore, The Blueprint's leadoff single, "Izzo (H.O.V.A.)," dominated urban radio numerous weeks before the album hit the streets, generating so much demand that Def Jam had to push up the album's street date because it was being so heavily bootlegged. So when Jay-Z opens The Blueprint dropping rhymes about "runnin' this rap sh*t," it's not so much arrogance as it is a matter of fact. And by the time he brutally dismisses two of his most formidable opponents, Mobb Deep and Nas, less than ten minutes into the album, there's little doubt that Jay-Z's status as the top MC in the game is justified. But that's just one song. There are 12 other songs on The Blueprint -- and they're all stunning, to the point where the album seems almost flawless. Besides rhymes that challenge those on Reasonable Doubt as the most crafted of Jay-Z's career to date in terms of not only lyrics but also flow and delivery, The Blueprint also boasts some of his most extravagant beats, courtesy of impressive newcomers Kayne West and Just Blaze. Moreover, if the rhymes and beats alone don't make The Blueprint a career highlight for Jay-Z, the minimal guest appearances surely do. For once, listeners get exactly what they want: Jay-Z and nothing but Jay-Z, over beats so loaded with marvelously flipped samples the songs don't even need big vocal hooks. Besides, when you're already the top MC in the game, there's no need for crossover attempts. Uneven albums like Hard Knock Life were the crossover attempts, and now that Jay-Z is "runnin' this rap sh*t," a fully realized masterpiece like The Blueprint is the glorious result. ~ Jason Birchmeier, All Music Guide « less… more »

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  • Carrie will need to make lots of grand appearances on the sandy beaches of Dubai. Vibrant colors of this silk caftan scream Carrie Bradshaw.

  • Jazz is dead, right? Nope. Wrong. It's in the hands of a few young people who are nurturing the sound and breathing life back into the musical art form. Jose James is one of those young people. The instant you hear his deep, smoot... Jazz is dead, right? Nope. Wrong. It's in the hands of a few young people who are nurturing the sound and breathing life back into the musical art form. Jose James is one of those young people. The instant you hear his deep, smooth voice you will be hooked. And he is not a Jazz purist sticking strictly to just Jazz in a way that may have killed the genre in it's golden days. By experimenting with the style he is able to lend a Jazz influence to R&B and House styled tracks. He's a busy man with this album just being released in February and another coming in May as well as a few guest appearances. But give this album a purchase or a download and you too will be a Jose junkie.

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  • This is designed to get rid of that unwanted body hair. This is great for guys sick of just always shaving it.

  • Shanghai designer Kim Kiroic, one of China’s emerging footwear designers, popped up on the Paris runways with footwear specially designed for the Seoul based designer, Juun.J, Spring/Summer 2010 runway show. Kiroic’s sneakers a... Shanghai designer Kim Kiroic, one of China’s emerging footwear designers, popped up on the Paris runways with footwear specially designed for the Seoul based designer, Juun.J, Spring/Summer 2010 runway show. Kiroic’s sneakers are fully deconstructed to the base essential by removing toe boxes, tongues, and more. The end product is more of a sandal than sneaker though appearances can be deceiving.

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  • Another great pendant. Can be worn with other charms, alone or with gemstones. Ganesh is the lord of success and happiness. He brings harmony and initiates human forward on the eternal path: removing obstacles and all difficul... Another great pendant. Can be worn with other charms, alone or with gemstones. Ganesh is the lord of success and happiness. He brings harmony and initiates human forward on the eternal path: removing obstacles and all difficulties. Ganesh is also considered to be the Lord of respect and acceptance. He is the destroyer of vanity, selfishness and pride. Forcing one to look beyond outer appearances.

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  • Between his appearances on "Dancing with the Stars, competing in the "Winter X Games" and training for Vancouver, who knows how Louie Vito manages to keep up with his followers on Twitter. But tweet he does. This man deserves th... Between his appearances on "Dancing with the Stars, competing in the "Winter X Games" and training for Vancouver, who knows how Louie Vito manages to keep up with his followers on Twitter. But tweet he does. This man deserves the gold in social media as well as snowboarding.

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  • Usually, when an artist of stature passes, the record company (or companies, and sometimes even family, look at the sad posthumous legacy of Townes Van Zandt for example) raid the vaults and unearth loads of embarrassing garbage a... Usually, when an artist of stature passes, the record company (or companies, and sometimes even family, look at the sad posthumous legacy of Townes Van Zandt for example) raid the vaults and unearth loads of embarrassing garbage along with a few gems. Personal File, issued by Sony Legacy, is very different. For starters, other than Hank Williams, there are no artists who have Cash's stature (arguably not even Jimmie Rodgers). Secondly, this material was not stored in Columbia's vaults but Cash's own. He began recording these songs -- most of disc one, and four songs from disc two -- at home in 1973, for no one but himself. The rest come from the his personal file up through 1982. While closing down the studio, museum, and store, John Carter Cash -- a fierce and honorable guardian of his parents' legacies -- invited the folks from Legacy in to sort through the many reels of demos, TV appearances, the awarding of honorary degrees, and speeches, and unreleased recordings. They found some tidy white boxes marked "Personal File," and it's from these tapes alone the tunes were drawn. Many of these are old folk songs passed on through the ages, some Cash sang as a kid, or heard from his companions: "Some of those old songs that I used to sing when I was a kid I still remember every word to 'em. A lot of 'em from the radio and I learned a lot of 'em from the boys across the road, the Williams boys, there was Guy and Otis Williams and Jack Williams. They didn't play the guitar or anything but they sang a little bit and they had a Victrola..." and Cash recalls the names, records, and performers, and then says "Bradley Kincaid might have sung this song, I can't quite remember....." and then goes on to finish his intro and sing the song "There's a Mother Waiting at Home." He tells stories to introduce the tunes here. This is as close to a private concert as one could ever get. The portrait is so intimate the listener is tempted not to breathe. For example, when Cash introduces "Far Away Places," he tells a story of one of the first talent contests he entered (he got only two votes) and thinks back that it might have been his selection of material that did him in, but it was the first song he ever sang in public. You can hear the memories, painful and hopeful, float back into the singer's delivery. His reading here of "Saginaw, Michigan" contains no peremptory tale, but the song says it all, and Cash brings the intimacy of the tune's tragic narrative to life in the present. Likewise, it's followed by other Northern-themed tunes, "When It's Springtime in Alaska" and "Girl from Saskatoon," (written by Cash and Johnny Horton) before launching into a devastating read of Robert Service's poem, "Cremation of Sam McGee." "It's All Over" is an original that comes from Cash's early days and was never recorded properly in the studio. There are songs by the Louvin Brothers, John Prine ("Paradise"), Doug Kershaw ("Louisiana Man"), and many others. Disc two is a collection of devotional songs, from well-known hymns like "Lily of the Valley," "Farther Along," and "The Way Worn Traveler," to provocative tunes of unknown origin either in authorship or session detail, such as "If Jesus Ever Loved a Woman, (It was Mary Magdalene)" (and this was how many years before the Da Vinci Code?) This tune and its delivery -- as well as its recording quality -- are open to speculation as to whether it is actually an original, improvised on the spot, and uncredited because of its controversial nature. There are gorgeous original songs such as "No Earthly Good," "What Is Man?" and the track Greil Marcus' bases his liner notes on, "A Half a Mile a Day." Marcus does his usual "big-American-dream-hoped-for-via-small-gesture -- of performance" riff here, but it is poetic and moving nonetheless. In sum, this is an utterly welcome and perhaps necessary addition to the Cash catalog. This is history; it's lineage history in a sense, Cash not forgetting the songs of his childhood or those he wrote for no other reason than to write them, or playing numbers by songwriters who were important to him. Personal File is an aural autobiography from one of the nation's greatest autobiographers; it's a portrait of the artist as a man, and a humble one at that. This is not even debatable as a purchase by Cash fans, and goes a long way to explaining something so mercurial it still slips by even as these songs are grasped and internalized. The sound quality is warm, wonderful, and immediate; it's almost like having Cash in your home. ~ Thom Jurek, All Music Guide « less… more »

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  • The Legend of Johnny Cash is billed as the "first ever complete career spanning collection," which is true to a certain extent -- other collections cover territory from 1955 to 2003, but this is the first to contain everything fro... The Legend of Johnny Cash is billed as the "first ever complete career spanning collection," which is true to a certain extent -- other collections cover territory from 1955 to 2003, but this is the first to contain everything from Sun to Cash's Rick Rubin-produced comeback recordings for American in the '90s and 2000s. Since the biggest complaint that could be lodged against the otherwise excellent 2005 box The Legend -- which, despite appearances to the contrary, is an entirely different compilation -- was that it contained none of these Rubin-produced records, it would seem like The Legend Of would be a bit of a godsend, but that's not necessarily true. If The Legend contained too little of Cash's American recordings, The Legend Of contains too many. At 21 tracks it would seem like this would contain most of Cash's signature songs, and while it does contain a great many of them, it's hampered by the whopping six songs devoted to his American recordings -- add to the mix the 1993 Cash-sung U2 cut "The Wanderer" and "Highwayman" by Cash's outlaw supergroup with Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, and Kris Kristofferson, and that's just a little under half of the disc devoted to music made after his prime. Not just that, but the music he made after he left Columbia partway through the '80s often does not sit well with his classic Sun and Columbia records -- as soon as the synths and big drums of "Highwayman" kick in, the feel of the music changes. While Rubin's work doesn't sound as completely foreign as the icy Euro-rock textures of "The Wanderer" -- as "Rusty Cage" and "I've Been Everywhere," the two selections from 1996's excellent Unchained prove, Rubin knew how to revitalize Cash's signature sound (tellingly, those are the only Rubin-helmed sessions where Cash was supported by a full band) -- there is simply too much of it here, particularly because the stark, monochromatic acoustic readings of "Delia's Gone" and "Give My Love to Rose" sound neutered compared to the versions Cash cut with the Tennessee Two. Also, such a heavy representation of these American recordings makes the collection lopsided, suggesting that these later works were as good, if not better, than the music that made his fame, fortune, and legend (a suggestion strengthened by the fact that Rubin is the only producer who gets a back-cover billing), which is not the case -- Cash's liveliest, deepest, and best music remains what he cut in the '50s and '60s. And while just over half of this compilation is devoted to that music -- all the big hits are hauled out once again -- there still is too much latter-day material for this to be an entirely accurate, satisfying collection (particularly with such big hits as "Don't Take Your Guns to Town," "Five Feet High and Rising," "Daddy Sang Bass," and "The Ballad of Ira Hayes," among other signature tunes, missing). That said, for a brief one-stop overview of Cash's career, this is pretty good -- comps that concentrate solely on the Sun and Columbia eras are more consistent, but this has most of the big singles, which will certainly fill the needs of those who want a compilation that covers a lot of ground. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine, All Music Guide « less… more »

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  • Orlando Magic is definitely a household name, notably because of Shaquille O’Neal, and the fact that they have had 11 playoff appearances in the past twenty years. Now these cuff links don’t have “Magic” powers or anything, but th... Orlando Magic is definitely a household name, notably because of Shaquille O’Neal, and the fact that they have had 11 playoff appearances in the past twenty years. Now these cuff links don’t have “Magic” powers or anything, but they will give your wardrobe that extra spark you’ve been looking for. Sporting the official logo for the Orlando Magic, these cuff links are hot like the Florida sun (no sunscreen necessary). You might even get attention wearing them overseas, because Orlando is known for its international players like Marcin Gortat and Hedo Turkoglu. But let’s not forget about the dads out there: Orlando Magic is the first and only NBA team to have a dance team made up of the dancer’s fathers. So go ahead, buy one of these cuff links for you and your dad.

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  • recipes based on the finds at the Santa Monica Farmers Market, Wednesday and Saturday mornings. "Sure, the farmer's market can provide the freshest food available, but how can you tell? And once you've found the perfect heirloo... recipes based on the finds at the Santa Monica Farmers Market, Wednesday and Saturday mornings. "Sure, the farmer's market can provide the freshest food available, but how can you tell? And once you've found the perfect heirloom tomatoes, what do you do with them? Cooking teacher and television host Saltsman provides plenty of answers to those questions in this compilation of recipes that shrugs off complex preparation to focus on using seasonal ingredients to their fullest. Saltsman offers tips on buying (how to pick the best corn and eggs, for instance) as well as which vendors to seek out at her local farmer's market in Santa Monica, should you decide to make the trip. Meat, fowl and fish make appearances, but the star of this book is the produce. Saltsman provides a wealth of variations for familiar favorites like tomatoes, mushrooms and squash, and uses more exotic fare to spike some standard dishes: sapote, for instance, is a citrusy, custard-like South American fruit that makes a great twist on crème brulee. Cooks will get a lot of mileage out of Saltsman's simple yet innovative uses for fresh fruit, like a memorable tart made of seared nectarines and peaches, burnt honey and fresh berries, or a savory-sweet salad made with mixed cherries, toasted almonds, greens and aged goat cheese. In her first book, Saltsman proves that minimal effort, coupled with high-quality food, can produce extraordinary results."

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  • For your consideration: a wildly successful indie rock band with a legion of followers on an equally successful, highly credible independent label makes the jump to major-label powerhouse Atlantic, leading to much chagrin and spec... For your consideration: a wildly successful indie rock band with a legion of followers on an equally successful, highly credible independent label makes the jump to major-label powerhouse Atlantic, leading to much chagrin and speculation among its fans as they awaited with bated breath for what would happen to the group. The result was For Your Own Special Sweetheart, inarguably the most polished and fully realized album of Dischord alumnus Jawbox's career. Fast forward ten years and you find Barsuk's Death Cab for Cutie in the same position, making the same move. A new label, a larger crowd (thanks to their repeated appearances on… more »