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61. Undercover: 'This Creature Fair'
This work by music writer and novelist Wayne Wise actually covers music fandom and the price genius artists often pay.
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62. Best of the 'Burgh 2016: Personalities
Our editors' FRESH TAKES on our favorite Pittsburgh things, including the best team in the NHL and a celebrated hotel pet.
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63. Undercover: 'How Blasphemy Sounds to God'
The story follows 12-year-old Corey Gillis from his mother’s idiosyncratic home-schooling experiment to the end of the Summer of Love ’60s.
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64. Book Reviews: A Work about Personal Identity and Music
'If I Knew the Way' is the perfect introduction to the author's funny-sad world.
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65. Undercover: 'Last Call in the City of Bridges'
'Last Call in the City of Bridges' wants to be a compass to Millennials — a work that defines its generation and takes up residence in the national discussion.
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66. Book Review: ‘To Brew or Not to Brew’
A woman in fictional Lawrenceville investigates the suspicious death of her head chef, all while trying to open a brew pub on schedule and find time for a little romance with an ex-hockey player.
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67. Undercover: 'Divorcer' by Gary Lutz
Plus, Jessy Randall and Daniel Shapiro's 'Interruptions' takes poetry back for the masses.
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68. Undercover: 'Your Life Idyllic'
Craig Bernier's first-rate debut collections depicts a blue-collar, down-at-heel Detroit, where the residents are proud and doing their damnedest to ride out the economic free fall.
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69. Undercover: 'True Stories, Well Told . . .'
A collection of essays celebrates 20 years of Creative Nonfiction.
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70. Undercover: 'The Novelty Essays'
With “The Novelty Essays,” Matcho proves himself to be as much tragedian as humorist, which is to say he is a true artist.
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71. Undercover: Lucy Leitner's 'Working Stiffs'
Shaun of the Dead meets East Carson Street in this fun zombie apocalypse horror/comedy novel.
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72. 'Second Suburb' and 'No Water'
Two recent releases question the legacy of the suburbs to American society.
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73. Book Review: ‘The Color of Sundays’
One of the major architects in the Steelers' success of the 70s, Bill Nunn Jr., is the subject of the latest book from Pittsburgh Tribune-Review investigative reporter Andrew Conte.
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74. A 'Complex, Rich' Book about Baseball; A Good-Humored Gift for Dad
Make Dad smile on Father's Day with these tomes on America's pastime and everyone's favorite local everyman.
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75. Undercover: 'sugar run road'
The writing of poet Ed Ochester may be the finest example of the Pittsburgh style.
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76. Book Reviews: ‘Playing Through the Whistle: Steel, Football, and an American Town’
Sports Illustrated senior writer S.L. Price has created not only a thorough history of high school football in Aliquippa but also a meticulous chronicle of the labor movement and the rise and fall of industrial America.
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77. Undercover: 'Leaving the Atocha Station'
Ben Lerner's slim novel is an interrogation of an impossible question: What does it mean to be an artist?
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78. Undercover: 'Dry Land: Winning after 20 Years at Sea with the Pittsburgh Pirates'
Charlie Wilmoth is a jovial and insightful companion who suffers with the rest of Bucco Nation as the failures multiply.
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79. Best of the 'Burgh 2016: Food & Drink
Our editors' FRESH TAKES on our favorite Pittsburgh things, including the best place to find a dream of an ice cream cone and where to order a decadent cake for breakfast.
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80. New Book about Pittsburgh Jazz Legend Billy Strayhorn Strikes the Right Note
Strayhorn: An Illustrated Life is a gorgeous, lovingly curated coffee-table book that should serve as a much-needed reminder of Strayhorn’s signature importance in jazz history.
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