Nonfiction: Dodge City in History, Parents & Math, Eleanor Roosevelt on Women’s Issues | Xpress Reviews

Clavin brings true personality to Earp and Masterson during their roles in taming the Western frontier; for parents trying to wrap their minds around Common Core for teaching math and language arts; the work of an important leader in the women’s rights movement

Nonfiction on Walter Noble Burns, Lincoln, Classical Music, Mexico, China, Buddhism | Xpress Reviews

Wild West history, more Lincoln scholarship, a demystification of classical music, a memoir of moving to Mexico, China’s plans with regard to global domination, and a well-organized collection on Buddhism, with a noble cast of characters

Geeky Friday: “Iron Man 3” Teaser Poster/Trailer, Conan the Sexagenarian, “Evil Dead” Remake Trailer, “FDR: American Badass”

The teaser poster and a few pix from next year’s third leg of the Iron Man series has hit the web. John Favreau has handed directing duties over to Shane Black (although he appears again as Happy Hogan), so fingers crossed that the third time is still a charm and that the film upholds in […]