The Best Of 2010


2010's Best From NPR Music

The Best J.S. Bach Releases Of 2010
99.5 All Classical host Brian McCreath picks five great recordings of Bach's music from the last year.

'All Songs' Listeners Pick The Best Albums Of 2010
Discussion: The Year In Music, 2010

Best Books Of 2010
Harvard Book Store's Best Books of 2010
Just in time to add these gems to your holiday shopping list for the bookworm in your life, Harvard Book Store’s Carole Horne shares her picks for the best of the year.

2010's Best Cookbooks: Real-Life Labors Of Love
By T. Susan Chang
This year, cooks poured their hearts into these carefully crafted, kitchen how-tos. T. Susan Chang says these cookbooks are like a properly seasoned skillet -- heavy-duty, battle-tested and much to be prized.

Three Books In Praise Of The Clueless Detective
Favorite Books of 2010: Bob Boilen Picks 'Soul Mining'
2010's Best Nonfiction For Winning Family Arguments

Best Movies Of 2010
The Best Movies Of 2010
WGBH's Jared Bowen and Boston Globe film critic Ty Burr count down their favorite films of 2010.
Best Music Of 2010
The Best Rock And Folk Of 2010
Stephen Thompson, editor and reviewer for NPR Music, and Steve Almond, author of Rock and Roll Will Save Your Life, share their favorite albums of the year.

The Good Ideas Of 2010: The End Of Appointment Listening
The Worst Ideas Of 2010: We Are The World 25
The Worst Ideas Of 2010: Ping

2010: A Year In Review
Counting Down The 10 Favorite Financial Stupidities Of 2010
By Sheryl Marshall
Everyone from Congress to the Fed, multi-national corporations to small businesses, have had some serious financial decisions to make in 2010. Not all of those decisions have been… shall we say…. wise.

Time Magazine person of the yearIn Cambridge, A Cool Reception To Zuckerberg's Honor
Facebook creator Mark Zuckerberg is TIME's 2010 person of the year. Although the 26-year-old created Facebook in Harvard Square, many locals don't think he was the right pick.

Best Sports Moments Of 2010

Despite the lack of a championship in 2010, it's truly is a golden era for Boston sports fans. Steve Safran and Bob Lobel share a few of the most memorable sports moments of the year.

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Catch Me If You Can: Frank Abagnale's Story
Frank Abagnale, who evolved from being a brilliant young mastermind of international deception and fraud into one of the world's most respected authorities on forgery and embezzlement, tells his life story. His intercontinental saga prompted Steven Spielberg to turn Abagnale's life into the movie Catch Me If You Can starring Leonardo DiCaprio.

Joyce Carol Oates: Sourland
Award-winning author Joyce Carol Oates discusses her latest work, Sourland.

Mark Vonnegut: Just Like Someone without Mental Illness
Mark Vonnegut talks about his new memoir Just Like Someone without Mental Illness Only More So, a follow-up to the acclaimed The Eden Express.

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