What we're reading in Mammoth

A totally random sampling of what Mammothites are reading, culled from here and there, appearing every now and then.

Elizabeth Tenney, town volunteer organizer and Planning Commissiner: “The New Yorker” magazine, “every week, cover to cover.”
Alan Oppenheimer, co-owner of MammothBrasil: “Search Engine Optimization Secrets” by Danny Dover.
Dave Leonard, owner of the Booky Joint: “Notes From A Small Island” by Bill Bryson.
Matthew Lehman, town mayor and owner of Matthew Lehman Appraisal, Inc.: “Steve Jobs” by Walter Isaacson.
Madeleine “Mickey” Brown, realtor and Mammoth Lakes Planning Commissioner: “How to Be an Adult: A Handbook for Psychological and Spiritual Integration” by David Richo.
Mark Wardlaw, Mammoth director of community development: “Going After Cacciato” by Tim O’Brien.
Jim Smith, Mammoth Mountain executive: “The Wall Street Journal” and “Forbes” online via iPad.
Every female in town: The “Shades of Grey” series (according to the aforementioned Leonard, who keeps track of these things).
Wendilyn Grasseschi, staff writer: “The Complete Walker” by Colin Fletcher; and “Drift: The Unmooring of American Military Power” by Rachel Maddow.
George Shirk, news editor: “Wolf Hall, A Novel” by Hilary Mantel.
Carolina Agüero, advertising sales rep: “Born to Run: A Hidden Tribe, Superathletes and The Greatest Race the World Has Never Seen” by Christopher McDougall.
Aleksandra Gajewski,  publisher: “Looking for Alaska” by John Green.

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