Nyla Johnson is only in 5th grade but she's already a published author with her book Nyla's First Day of Kindergarten selling out across the state. It can be found in Meijer department stores. More information about the book and its publisher can be found at: soitiswritten.net
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The TikToker who went viral for skateboarding while drinking cranberry juice and lip-syncing to Fleetwood Mac has parlayed his fame into an acting gig on a popular Hulu show
Nathan Apodaca's TikTok lip sync to Fleetwood Mac's "Dreams" garnered millions of views and hundreds of copycats. Now, he's on a TV show.
- The Wrap
Texas School District Demands Removal of ‘The Diary of Anne Frank’ Illustrated Adaptation From Its Libraries
An executive of the Fort Worth district ordered the book purge, which included the Bible and other titles, on Tuesday
Jameela Jamil plays Titania in the upcoming Disney+ series
Real Housewives of Orange County star Tamra Judge and husband Eddie Judge opened the personal fitness studio in 2013
On Monday, a video of an elephant giving birth in snowy conditions went viral, garnering over 8.5 million views in a day. The one-minute clip posted on Twitter was reportedly taken at the Masai Mara Reserve in Kenya and shows an elephant rocking back and forth as it pushes out the baby.
The TV personality became a grandma in late May as son Cody welcomed his first baby, son Frank Michael, with wife Erika Brown
How are the Targaryens on House of the Dragon related to Daenerys Targaryen on Game of Thrones? Find out about the different eras in the Targaryen family tree.
Cardi B and Offset's son will celebrate his first birthday in September
Solange is known for many things, but her endless rotation of top-to-trend hairstyles and beauty...
Sadie Sink revealed to W Magazine how she stays in contact with her Stranger Things castmates Gaten Matarazzo and Caleb McLoughlin when they're not filming.
Dua Lipa showed off a tangerine, citrus string bikini on her girls' trip to paradise. See the polka-dot triangle two-piece from her Instagram and shop it here.
- American City Business Journals
The local on-air staff at Milwaukee sports-talk station WSSP-AM (1250 “The Fan”) — including NFL Hall of Famer LeRoy Butler and former Packers running back Gary Ellerson — fell victim to a nationwide series of layoffs by station owner Audacy. Find out the details.
- The Telegraph
Until lately, there was a tendency to roll our eyes about Marlon Brando rejecting his best actor Oscar for The Godfather in 1973. Couldn’t he just play ball, show up and say something nice, like anyone else? What was he trying to prove, sending in the Apache actress Sacheen Littlefeather to refuse the award for him, as a protest against the brutal treatment of Native Americans in Hollywood’s output?
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Sarah Nicole Landry shared a body positive message for World Breastfeeding Month on Instagram.
- The Daily Beast
Pascal Deloche/Godong/Universal Images Group via GettyA Texas school district has pulled dozens of challenged books from its library shelves—including the Bible—just before the start of the academic year under a new policy introduced by conservative leaders.“Attached is a list of all books that were challenged last year. By the end of today, I need all books pulled from the library and classrooms,” Keller Independent School District executive curriculum director Jennifer Price instructed princip
- Shadow and Act
P-Valley star Elarica Johnson has confirmed her exit from the show, revealing that it was her decision to leave the hit Starz drama.
- Miami Herald
Theseus was the mythical king and founder of Athens. Many myths surrounding Theseus and his journeys are recounted by the Greek historian Plutarch. Among them is the legend of Theseus slaying the half-man, half-bull Minotaur, and the thought experiment we now know as the ship of Theseus.
New York Times skewers Jared Kushner's White House memoir: 'Reading this book reminded me of watching a cat lick a dog's eye goo'
"Kushner looks like a mannequin, and he writes like one," the NYT's book critic wrote in a scathing review of Kushner's forthcoming memoir.