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Seinfeld: A to Z Guide and Trivia Deck

Seinfeld: A to Z Guide and Trivia Deck

Relive the greatest, laugh-out-loud moments featuring Jerry, Elaine, George, and Kramer in this one-of-a-kind trivia game and book set celebrating the quintessential modern sitcom, Seinfeld

About this item:
  • Everything From the Show about Nothing: The characters, food, quotable lines, funny moments, Kramer's schemes, and George's embarrassments are featured in this one-of-a-kind trivia collection.
  • Who is the Master of the Seinfeld Domain: Gather your gang of friends for lightning round of trivia with a set of 50 cards featuring 200 questions. 
  • Book Included: The Seinfeld A to Z Guide is packed with encyclopedic entries on the show's characters, props, places, situations, and yadda yadda yadda, featuring full-color photography and illustrations throughout. This paperback book is 3 x 5 inches and 88 pages.
  • Collectible Packaging: The cards and book are housed in a full-color printed magnetic closure box.
  • Officially Licensed: An official Seinfeld trivia game.
Copyright © 2023 Castle Rock Entertainment.  SEINFELD and all related characters and elements © & TM Castle Rock Entertainment. WB SHIELD: © & TM WBEI. (s23)
Eddie Muller's Noir Bar

Eddie Muller's Noir Bar

Eddie Muller—host of TCM's Noir Alley, one of the world's leading authorities on film noir, and cocktail connoisseur—takes film buffs and drinks enthusiasts alike on a spirited tour through the "dark city" of film noir in this stylish book packed with equal parts great cocktail recipes and noir lore.

Eddie Muller's Noir Bar pairs carefully curated classic cocktails and modern noir-inspired libations with behind-the-scenes anecdotes and insights on 50 film noir favorites. Some of the cocktails are drawn directly from the films: If you've seen In a Lonely Place and wondered what’s in a “Horse’s Neck”—now you’ll know. If you’re watching Pickup on South Street you’ll find out what its director, Sam Fuller, actually drank off-screen. Didn’t know that Nightmare Alley’s Joan Blondell inspired a cocktail? It may become a new favorite. Meanwhile, Rita Hayworth is toasted with a "Sailor Beware," an original concoction which, like the film that inspired it (The Lady From Shanghai), is unique, complex, and packs a wallop.

​Featuring dozens of movie stills, poster art, behind-the-scenes imagery, and stunning cocktail photography, Noir Bar is both a stylish and exciting excursion through classic cinema’s most popular genre.
The Instant® Air Fryer Bible

The Instant® Air Fryer Bible

A comprehensive, authorized guide to cooking in every model of air fryer from Instant Brands (and every other air fryer on the market) with 125 simple-but-delicious recipes–full of photos and easy step-by-step directions for beginners.

Bruce Weinstein and Mark Scarbrough are a trusted, popular guides for all things Instant Pot, and they bring this wisdom to this fully authorized book showing how to make the most of your Instant air fryer–regardless of size or model. A perfectly suited manual for beginners just learning about their new device, as well as those looking to explore new recipes, The Instant Air Fryer Bible is an essential step-by-step guide for the modern kitchen. 

Start with the absolute best techniques for getting perfect results from the most commonly air-fried foods—from the instructions that are missing on your bag of frozen tater tots to the how-tos for a perfectly air-fried piece of chicken or salmon—then upgrade those basics with a wide variety of starters, sides and mains such as:
  • Crunchy Chicken Fingers
  • Zucchini Sticks
  • Blooming Onion
  • Spice-Rubbed Baby Back Ribs
  • Healthy Salmon Steaks
  • Party Mix
  • Fried Okra
  • And even breakfasts and desserts like Donuts, Breakfast Links Done Better, and more!
Featuring beautiful photography and 125 surefire recipes, The Instant Air Fryer Bible is your solution to fast, convenient recipes that that achieve crispy, crunchy perfection in America's hottest new appliance. 
TCM Underground

TCM Underground

Based on the Turner Classic Movies series, TCM Underground is the movie-lover's guide to 50 of the most campy, kitschy, shocking, and weirdly wonderful cult films you need to see.

In the pages of this book, you'll explore this unique order of films—primarily from the 1960s, '70s, and '80s—with insightful reviews, behind-the-scenes stories, subgenre sidebars, and full-color and black-and-white photography throughout. Go along for the ride with new takes on crime films, including The Honeymoon Killers and The Harder They Come. Witness one-of-a-kind horror in Bill Gunn's landmark vampire film Ganja and Hess and Nobuhiko Obayashi’s infamous and indescribable Hausu. Absorb the boundary-pushing documentary-style trilogy The Decline of Western Civilization, which throws you into indelible moments in the punk and metal music scenes. And marvel at pure '80s oddities like Mac and Me and The Garbage Pail Kids.

From Possession to Polyester and Beyond the Valley of the Dolls to Xanadu, no two films are alike in this compendium. Just sit back and prepare to be surprised, amused, and entertained by this celebration of the stars, filmmakers, and stories behind fifty of the most beguiling and unforgettable movies ever to hit the screen.
The Vanishing Point

The Vanishing Point

From the author of the "wrenching and exhilarating" All Things Cease to Appear comes a gripping literary thriller about a man reckoning with the mysterious death of his former roommate (Wall Street Journal).

Julian Ladd and Rye Adler cross paths as photography students in the exclusive Brodsky Workshop.  When Rye needs a roommate, Julian moves in, and a quiet, compulsive envy takes root, assuring, at least in his own mind, that he will never achieve Rye’s certain success.  Both men are fascinated with their beautiful and talented classmate, Magda, whose captivating images of her Polish neighborhood set her apart, and each will come to know her intimately – a woman neither can possess and only one can love. 
 
Twenty years later, long after their paths diverge, Rye is at the top of his field, famous for his photographs of celebrities and far removed from the downtrodden and disenfranchised subjects who’d secured his reputation as the eye of his generation. When Magda reenters his life, asking for help only he can give, Rye finds himself in a broken landscape of street people and addicts, forcing him to reckon with the artist he once was, until his search for a missing boy becomes his own desperate fight to survive.
 
Months later, when Julian discovers Rye’s obituary, the paper makes it sound like a suicide.  Despite himself, Julian attends the funeral, where there is no casket and no body.  This sudden reentry into a world he thought he left behind forces Julian to question not only Rye’s death, but the very foundations of his life.
 
In this eerie and evocative novel, Elizabeth Brundage establishes herself as one of the premiere authors of literary fiction at work today.
No Justice, No Peace

No Justice, No Peace

A MOVEMENT IN WORDS AND IMAGES
 
Award-winning photographer Devin Allen has devoted the last six years to documenting the protests of the Black Lives Matter movement, from its early days in Baltimore, Maryland, up to the present day. The riveting images in No Justice, No Peace provide a lens on the resistance that has empowered Black lives generation after generation. Allen’s signature black-and-white photos bear witness to the profound history of African Americans and allies in the fight for social justice and portray the collective action over decades in stunning, timeless portraits.
 
Allen’s remarkable photos of today’s Black Lives Matter protests, which have been featured in the New York Times, the Washington Post, and twice on the cover of Time magazine, were inspired by Gordon Parks of the Civil Rights Movement, and create a vision of the past and future of Black activism and leadership in America. With contributions from twenty-six bestselling and influential writers and activists of today such as Clint Smith, DeRay Mckesson, D. Watkins, Jacqueline Woodson, Emmanuel Acho, Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor, and more, alongside the words of past writers and activists such as Martin Luther King Jr, Frederick Douglass, Malcolm X, Maya Angelou, and John Lewis, No Justice, No Peace is a reminder of the moral responsibility of Americans to break unjust laws and take direct action.
 
In words and pictures, No Justice, No Peace honors the connection between activism today and that of the past. If indeed hindsight is 20/20, this artistic look back is a lens on history that enlarges our understanding of the lasting predicament of racism in the United States of America. At once deeply intimate and profoundly uplifting, No Justice, No Peace is a visual tribute to Black resistance and a stern missive on the tough, but necessary, road that lies ahead.

 

Accidentally Wes Anderson Postcards

Accidentally Wes Anderson Postcards

An irresistible postcard set for fans of the New York Times bestseller Accidentally Wes Anderson—the perfect gift for film fans and anyone who can't get enough of Wes Anderson's unique aesthetic.

From the team behind Accidentally Wes Anderson, this 26-postcard set celebrates the atypical, the unexpected, the vibrantly-patterned, and distinctively colored. Based off of the crowdsourced viral phenomenon, and created in homage to the director's distinctive and beloved style, these postcards offer the best of unique, collectible stationery and the means of bringing the world – and your loved ones – just a little bit closer together.
 
The AWA postcard set transforms twenty-five “best-of” photos from the original book (and one all-new bonus image!) into adorable, padbound postcards, easy to send or display. 
  
For the millions that adore Wes Anderson’s films, these postcards are a must-have keepsake, perfect for avid travelers and aspiring adventurers of all kinds.
 
Friends: You're My Lobster

Friends: You're My Lobster

Let your lobster know how much you love them with this officially licensed, charming DIY gift book, inspired by Friends.

Whether you and your other half are a Ross and Rachel or more of a Chandler and Monica, show your SO how much they mean to you with dozens of sweet, silly, and endearing expressions of love inspired by Ross, Rachel, Chandler, Monica, Joey, and Phoebe. Once completed, this book becomes a personalized gift for your loved one to cherish for years to come. Features full-color photography throughout.

Copyright © 2022 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.
FRIENDS and all related characters and elements © & ™ Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

 
Engines

Engines

The international bestselling author of How Things Work and The Elements Trilogy turns his focus to a visual exploration of the inner workings and functionality of the marvelous machines that run our world—from the first steam engines to giant turbines to today's tiny electrical engines.

In Engines, the always entertaining and informative Theodore Gray explores the glorious guts and intricate innards of dozens of impressive machines. Through his engaging and unexpected stories and Nick Mann’s trademark gorgeous photography, Gray takes us on a journey from ancient Greek steam engines to our most sophisticated twenty-first-century machinery. We take time to appreciate the detailed functionality of the internal combustion engine, the connection between magnetism and electric motors, as well as hydraulics, robotics, and more. Each chapter builds on the previous, illuminating the evolution of engines and revealing the ingenuity brought to bear as humans invented and perfected these marvelous mechanical systems. Along the way, Gray regales us with tales of his own experiences working with and collecting these machines. For fans of how things are made and how they work, Engines is a loving tribute to the mechanical world.
 
 
I Keep Trying to Catch His Eye

I Keep Trying to Catch His Eye

In this deeply emotional memoir, a longtime ESPN writer reflects on the suicide of his son Max and delves into how their complicated relationship led him to see grief as love.

In February 2015, Ivan Maisel received a call that would alter his life forever: his son Max's car had been found abandoned in a parking next to Lake Ontario. Two months later, Max's body would be found in the lake. 

There’d been no note or obvious indication that Max wanted to harm himself; he’d signed up for a year-long subscription to a dating service; he’d spent the day he disappeared doing photography work for school. And this uncertainty became part of his father’s grief. I Keep Trying to Catch His Eye explores with grace, depth, and refinement the tragically transformative reality of losing a child. But it also tells the deeply human and deeply empathetic story of a father’s relationship with his son, of its complications, and of Max and Ivan’s struggle—as is the case for so many parents and their children—to connect.

I Keep Trying to Catch His Eye is a stunning, poignant exploration of the father and son relationship, of how our tendency to overlook men’s mental health can have devastating consequences, and how ultimately letting those who grieve do so openly and freely can lead to greater healing. 

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