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Lit Pick of the Week: “Augustus” by John Williams

Radar is committed to all forms of art and entertainment and as such, will pick one book as a reading recommendation every week. This...

Cellar Door Books provides a home for writers and readers alike

Right off Canyon Crest, tucked away in a corner of a small shopping center, across from a bubbling water fountain and a series of...

NOT-SO-BUMMER SUMMERS!

  Discovering the Beauty of Washington State By Janine Lano, SW During my summer, I got the chance to travel to Washington to visit my cousin and...

Literary censorship in schools impedes progress

“I believe that books challenge and interrogate. They give us windows into the lives of others and give us mirrors so that we can...

“Pride and Prejudice and Zombies” Will Eat Your Hopes Out

“Pride and Prejudice and Zombies” had everything going for it: a plotline based on one of the most famous books of all time, good-looking...

Bux — visit before it’s gone

Bux — a curious name for a bookstore. Its pronunciation is a cross between “books” and “bucks,” and with the store material’s cheap prices,...

Flash floods impact multiple UCR buildings

Following record high temperatures during the first week of September, the remnants of Tropical Storm Norbert brought rain to many parts of the drought-stricken...

“Private: #1 Suspect” by James Patterson & Maxine Paetro Review

Author James Patterson’s name evokes a sense of nostalgia for me. As a middle school bookworm I’d stay up late at night, voraciously flipping...

“Sweet Tooth” by Ian McEwan Review

“Sweet Tooth” begins as any other ’70s era British spy novel with promises of intrigue, perilous love and ample suspense. But in the capable...