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All Access

What do you do when you're given total access to the most recognizable stars of the music business over the course of forty years? Well, you take pictures, of course! At least that's what Ken Regan did. All Access ($50) chronicles Regan's best work, from his early shots of Dylan and the Rolling Stones to later photos of Bruce Springsteen, Sting, James Taylor, U2, The Who, Madonna, and others, accompanied by backstage stories that are often as entertaining as the photos themselves.

  • Whole Beast Butchery

    Talk up your local organic grocer all you want, but if you're looking to get the most wholesome, freshest meats possible, there's no better way than to cut them yourself. Whole Beast Butchery ($25) is a step-by-step guide on how to procure, prepare, and utilize whole animals, illustrated with 500 photographs, and penned by self-taught meat guru Ryan Farr. As an added bonus, should society collapse around you, you'll be able to have a useful new profession.

  • Brooklyn Brew Shop's Beer Making Book

    Did The Oxford Companion to Beer whet your appetite for brewing? Well, the Brooklyn Brew Shop's Beer Making Book ($14) has all the information you'll need to start your own microbrewery at home. It offers up 52 seasonal recipes that are designed to be made in small batches, as well as tips on brewing, growing hops, and pairing the right beer with the right food. It also has four gluten-free recipes within its pages, so your Celiac-suffering neighbor will at least have something to drown his sorrows when his beloved Browns manage once again to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory. [Scouted by Eric]