From the creator of Who Shot Rock & Roll, Gail Buckland, comes another ambitious and expansive visual history. Who Shot Sports: A Photographic History, 1843 to the Present brings together over 165 photographers and many of sports’ most iconic images: Bobby Orr, Jackie Robinson, Muhammad Ali, Mark Spitz & scores more. It’s a 344-page hardcover with detailed insights on the athletes, photographers and history.
Written over the past 7 years, Bruce Springsteen’s new autobiography covers the musician’s entire life. From growing up Catholic in Freehold, New Jersey to the personal struggles that inspired his best work, this is a definitive portrait of one of America’s most enduring musical talents.
Cannabis cuisine has long since moved beyond brownies & space cookies. This book will show how to make incredible edibles you never imagined. Despite his stony moniker, JeffThe420Chef takes cannabis cooking seriously. This book offers recipes for brunch and small plates to salads and gourmet dinners—and features gluten-free, vegetarian, vegan, and kosher options. It also provides crucial info and guidelines for safe dosing.
Filled with custom cars designed and built by a small number of specialists from around the globe, this 256-page hardcover photo book showcases cars & builders united by a common goal: to create the ultimate driving machine. Spanning everything from early hot rods to modern tuners to low riders & more, it details the characters & the culture behind all kinds of custom cars.
If a show about nothing can change everything, maybe a book about a show about nothing is a good idea, too. Seinfeldia is a funny, behind-the-scenes look at how Jerry Seinfeld & Larry David went out for coffee & dreamed up the show that would change television forever. The book is a celebration of both the creators and the fans of this unlikely TV phenomenon.
Dark Night: A True Batman Story is an original graphic novel by famed 90s Batman writer Paul Dini. At the peak of his career, while walking home one night, Dini was attacked and savagely beaten. Almost to death. This story is an autobiography of his long, painful and at times, very dark recovery. Art by Eduardo Risso.
House of Nails is the autobiography of former world champion baseballer, multimillionaire entrepreneur, and imprisoned felon Lenny Dykstra. In his own words, Dykstra chronicles his unbelievable life from the World Series to drugs to building an investment empire, losing it all, and being sent to prison for fraud.
From the author of the definitive history of Bourbon, Dane Huckelbridge, comes The United States of Beer: A Freewheeling History of the All-American Drink. From George Washington’s first unsuccessful batch of homebrew to the rise of our country’s global mega beer brands to the frontlines of our current craft brew renaissance, this book covers the evolution of America’s favorite drink.
The title is long enough to tell you exactly what you’re going to be reading about. In her new book, Food and the City: New York’s Professional Chefs, Restaurateurs, Line Cooks, Street Vendors, and Purveyors Talk About What They Do and Why They Do It, author Ina Yalof takes you on an insider’s journey into New York’s vibrant and copius food scene with a host of the city’s most celebrated & seasoned chefs.
Packed with photos, The Build: How the Masters Design Custom Motorcycles shares insights on the process & expert guidance on building your own bike from some of the most in-demand builders, including Max Hazan from Hazan Motorworks, John Ryland from Classified Moto and Alan Struberg from Revival.