Without further ado, the winners of TBLJournal’s 2nd Annual Super-Funky-Snazzy Awards!
Accompanying a video, Anne Logan’s Holiday Advent Calendar shows one book review everyday, following the Advent Calendar. If you’re a fan of holiday countdowns, be sure to catch up on Anne Logan’s reviews from last week and from the very beginning!
Sometimes we miss out on some amazing titles that don’t make it on these lists, so for my most recent book segment on the CBC, I wanted to draw attention to the hidden gems that are still worth our time.
Overall, Peck covers the dynamic and influential history of brewing in DC from the first brewery till Prohibition. He goes in depth on Robert Portner and Christopher Heinrich, national figures, that transformed the beer industry in the U.S. by setting trends in production and introducing new technology.
We begin by meeting nine different comedians, each at different stages in their career; some are washed up, some are at the height of their fame, and others have a mere one or two shows to their name.
I’ll still recommend this book to my girlfriends because I know EACH AND EVERYONE OF THEM has pondered the topics Catron addresses in this book.