Many of us would shudder at the mere thought of being disconnected for even a day. No directions, no reviews, no meaningless status updates from that girl who sat two seats behind you in high school calculus. Without the endless knowledge of the internet at your disposal, a person could go mad. Scary mad.
Just as Breaking Bad is getting ready to ride off into a meth-induced sunset, AMC is bringing in a new original series. The 10-episode cop drama (don't roll your eyes just yet) will follow vengeful partners Mark Strong and Lennie James (yeah, that guy from The Walking Dead) as they scum up their Detroit department with murder, corruption, and all that other dirty cop stuff. Premieres summer 2013.
Timeless automotive design. Rolex wristwatches. The artworks of Andy Warhol. Three subjects that vary wildly, yet elicit similarly passionate responses from those who care about them. Assouline's Impossible Collection series recognizes this, providing a thorough, in-depth look at each topic through insightful interviews, powerful prose, and gorgeous imagery. Each hand-bound tome tips the scales at nearly 20 pounds, arrives in a bespoke presentation case, and measures well over two feet wide when opened — demanding a central spot on your coffee table, if not its own dedicated stand.
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