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Worthy writing that was overlooked by the mainstream book reviews in 2007.
Independent booksellers have novels and books about eating on their minds this holiday season.
The best of Second Stage: 10 musicians who made remarkable recordings that were largely overlooked.
Banning Eyre picks the year's best music from Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean.
WNYC's John Schaefer picks his favorite albums of the year, singling out Osvaldo Golijov.
Susan Stamberg and Murray Horwitz bring four generation-spanning Hanukkah stories to life.
This annual holiday favorite enters its third decade with a new collection of Hanukkah stories.
This annual holiday favorite marks its 20th anniversary with new fiction for the Festival of Lights.
It's tradition! Writer and humorist David Sedaris reflects on his short tenure as Crumpet the Elf.
NPR presents stories from the archives that touch on the meaning of Christmas.
Want a little more kick to your cocktail? Here's how to infuse liquor with citrus, spices and more.
Options for a complete gluten-free dinner from start to finish are appealing enough for any guest.
The season of St. Nicholas brings spiced speculaas cookies and other traditional European treats.
The flow of classical Christmas albums has slowed, triggering a longing for past recordings.
Some of the most frequently reissued holiday music of all time comes from three animated rodents.
Marian McPartland and guests share unique musical performances of Christmas classics and originals.
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