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2 hrs ago | Fort Wayne News-Sentinel
This week's Page Turner reader interview is with Jane Martin, a professor of communication and the program director in communication at the University of Saint Francis.
6 hrs ago | WGBH
This is the suit that Orange Is the New Black author Piper Kerman wore to court on the day she was sentenced.
10 hrs ago | The Salinas Californian
Books Introduce a Wide Array of Emotions Spiritual subjects can be great aides for relaxation and understanding.
Perry Memorial Library hosted a discussion Wednesday night about books banned in the 1920s as part of its 90th anniversary events.
'As Above' is so below the average horror film A ridiculous plot, wobbly, sickening camera work and one-dimensional characters render this a useless horror thriller.
Earlier in the week, NY1 introduced you to New Yorker Piper Kerman, who's bestselling memoir "Orange is the New Black," about her time in prison, became a hit TV show.
"There are three rules for writing a novel," Somerset Maugham supposedly once said.
The comedian was rushed to Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City as a result of a complication that arose during an endoscopy that was being performed to address issues with her vocal chords.
These are just some of the actors descending on the 41st Telluride Film Festival, kicking off Aug. 29 and running through Labor Day.
Tammy Heupels , sits with her son Johann and Annie Philbrick . in the reading area of indie bookstore Bank Square Books in Mystic, Connecticut.
In Elizabeth Gilbert's brilliant novel The Signature of All Things , Alma Whittaker, the central character who was born in Philadelphia in 1800, is destined for a highly unconventional life as a woman in science.
'We cannot grow our way into a vision of prosperity for all that replicates the North American or Western European standard of living worldwide,' writes Parsons.
IT'S NOT LONG into Haruki Murakami's latest novel that the Japanese author - lifting a quote from Voltaire - points out there's nothing really all that new in the world: "Originality is nothing but judicious imitation."
Greg Gutfeld really tore into Russell Brand yesterday, but after Brand responded in a video today mocking Gutfeld, Gutfeld unloaded on the actor in a Five segment calling him a "full-blown racist" and "fashionable fascist."
Brandon Stanton is the photographer behind Humans of New York , the wildly popular photography blog that currently has more likes on Facebook than the entire population of New York City itself.
Was there ever a time in your life that you rooted or perhaps empathized with the villain? That one time you hoped or wondered what might happen if the all-too-good guy did not make it out? I did, and so too has Chuck Klosterman.
Updated: Sat Aug 30, 2014 11:15 am
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