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Top 10 Must-Read Books of 2010
Here, listed alphabetically by author, are 10 notable books that the Phoenix wrote about in 2010.
Writers who showed the way
| December 24, 2010
VIDEO + PODCAST: Gail Caldwell reads from Let’s Take the Long Way Home [MP3]
video platformvideo managementvideo solutionsvideo playerFriendship is a tough thing to capture. Especially in words. But friendship is even harder to capture in time. It's an...
| September 27, 2010
Holy Everglades, Batman!
What a shock to see the discovery of an alligator at Sissons Pond in Portsmouth! Based on the photographs, Phillipe and Jorge reckon it has to be the largest reptile ever seen in the Biggest Little outside of the State House.
A 'gator in the biggest little; angry Americans are still angry; a few great women
PHILLIPE AND JORGE
| September 03, 2010
A good walk
Before Caroline Knapp died of lung cancer — in 2002, at age 42 — she'd gone bestseller with the most private of torments: her alcoholism (in Drinking: A Love Story ) and her anorexia ( Appetites: Why Women Want ).
Gail Caldwell remembers Caroline Knapp
| August 06, 2010
Buyouts shrink the Globe newsroom — but not enough
To state the obvious, this isn't a great time to be out of a job.
| March 25, 2009
Globe buyouts: some takers, but not enough--updated!
I'm hearing from multiple Globe sources that around 25-30 editorial staffers have applied for the la...
| March 24, 2009
Red all over
If there's one group of professionals whose job insecurity rivals that of the Detroit auto worker, it's the men and women who make America's newspapers.
The Globe needs 50 buyout volunteers. So far, few are cooperating — and that likely means bloodshed on Morrissey Boulevard.
| February 25, 2009
Texas highs and lows
Anyone who’s listened to a homesick Texan sing the high lonesome song of longing for the Lone Star State will recognize the tune of Gail Caldwell’s memoir, A Strong West Wind .
Gail Caldwell looks back
| March 27, 2006
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