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The Boombox Project

The Boombox Project

It figures that you can't write a book about the boombox without including a bit of hip-hop history, and that's certainly the case with The Boombox Project ($17). Written by NY-based filmmaker and photog Lyle Owerko with a foreword by none other than Spike Lee, the 160-page Project mixes fine art portraits of vintage 'boxes with documentary photos and oral histories from some of hip-hop's biggest icons, it's a must have for any self-respecting coffee table owner.

  • Stoners' Delight

    There are so many things you can do with cannabis besides smoking it away in a big ol' blunt. And Stoners' Delight ($10) is here to tell you about some of them. Weighing in at less than a 100 pages — give the authors a break, they were probably busy, umm, "testing" the recipes — this pot-centric cookbook offers instructions on how to make everything from the tried-and-true brownie to teas, drinks, and other non-flammable forms of enjoyment.

  • At The Fights

    It's only fitting that a sport as drama-filled as boxing has spawned a number of wonderful stories and articles, but it could take ages to track them all down. Luckily, the editors of At The Fights ($23) have done the hard work for you. Filling up over 550 pages with works from Jack London, George Plimpton, Norman Mailer, and other literary luminaries, it's a must-read for both boxing fans and fans of quality writing.