Leif Enger’s first novel “Peace Like a River” is one of those books that you just can’t put down.
The art involved in hand-crafting a fine steel knife is delightful to see.
Jiro Ono devoted every waking moment of his 85 years to the quest for perfect sushi. And that’s just the beginning.
With a carful of kids (not to mention, discerning adults), finding music everyone likes can be the key to a truly peaceful ride.
Weaving rare audio, video, and anecdotes (while also employing some studio trickery to isolate individual tracks), Scott Freiman brings the Beatles’ creative process back to life.