Miami and the Siege of Chicago, by Norman Mailer.
Ghostbusters and any other Harold Ramis production.
Adrienne Rich’s Of Woman Born
Dodie Smith’s novel I Capture the Castle
M. Ward’s album Transfiguration of Vincent.
Frederick Exley’s novel A Fan's Notes.
Steven Rea’s new book Hollywood Rides a Bike.
The documentary The Interrupters.
Julian Barnes’ novel The Sense of an Ending.
Charles and Mary Lamb’s children’s classic Tales from Shakespeare.
The U.K. serial killer film series Red Riding trilogy.
The young adult book Charlotte Sometimes by Penelope Famer
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