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The Wonder Years: Season Two - On DVD February 3, 2015
Following last year's release of The Wonder Years: The Complete Series, StarVista/Time Life are issuing individual season DVD sets. On DVD February 10, 2015: Mama's Family: The Complete Sixth Season
The sixth and final season of the beloved sitcom arrives on DVD. A single-disc fourth season sampler, with sixth favorites hand-picked by Vicki Lawrence, is also available. Now on Blu-ray and DVD: Atlas Shrugged Part III: Who is John Galt?
The big screen trilogy of Ayn Rand's popular novel arrives on home video, complemented by a number of special features. David Hayter's Wolves - Now on DVD and Digital HD
Says writer-director David Hayter (whose writing credits include the first two X-Men movies), "We are not calling this a werewolf movie because these are just wolves." Disney Classics Old and New on Blu-ray in February: 101 Dalmatians - Big Hero 6
101 Dalmatians Diamond Edition arrives February 10 and the Oscar-nominated (for Best Animated Feature) Big Hero 6 is available February 24.

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Book Review: Ryan White's Springsteen Album by Album

To some fans, this book's well-written text may offer little news, but the 250-plus photos here are themselves worth the price of admission.

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