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When writer Kaoutar Harchi was a little girl growing up in Strasbourg two decades ago, her teacher gave her a book with the inscription, "To my little Arab".
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A reader, alone, in the quiet, is the perfect setting for a serious fright. Experience true terror with books that inspired favorite horror films.
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The "Legally Blonde" actress sent love right back.
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Denis Villeneuve and Rebecca Ferguson answer big "Dune" questions, including Baron Harkonnen's secret power and how those ultimate shields work.
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Emily Ratajkowski Said Deciding To Include The Robin Thicke Accusations In Her New Book Represents An "Evolution Of [Her] Beliefs And Politics"
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Rosamund Pike, who stars in the Amazon Prime Video series based on Robert Jordan's “The Wheel of Time" books, also took on the epic task of narrating the audio edition of the late author's fantasy classic “The Eye of the World.” “The Eye of the World,” published in 1990, is the first volume of Jordan’s “The Wheel of Time” epic. "I’m excited to bring ‘The Wheel of Time’' series to life in a different way once again," Pike said in a statement.
- Charlotte Observer
I had been crying the kind of heaving sobs that echo throughout a house — and then Ozzy the Cat showed up. I don’t even like cats.
Writer Tom Taylor clapped back at haters on Twitter who said the comic would "go woke, then broke."
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Sixx calls the new book his 'origin story,' chronicling his journey from Idaho farmboy to founding member of one of the biggest rock bands of all time
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Readers, including baby boomers, discuss the need for older Americans to act on climate change, voting rights, preserving democracy and other issues.
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A new Texas law designed to limit how race-related subjects are taught in public schools comes with so little guidance, the on-the-ground application is already tying educators up in semantic knots as they try to follow the Legislature’s intent. In the most striking instance so far, a North Texas administrator informed teachers last week at […]
- Washington Examiner
A new report offers a look into the swear-word vocabulary employed by President Joe Biden when he gets frustrated.
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On a summer day in the Hamptons last year, Katie Couric and her husband, John Molner, went out for a walk and saw a familiar white jeep drive by with Matt Lauer at the wheel. Couric writes in her new memoir, “Going There,” that she realized then that the television partners would never speak again. Once the king and queen of morning television, Matt and Katie were regular “guests” in the homes of millions of Americans, delivering the news with friendly banter.
Whether you love science fiction movies or Timothée Chalamet (or both), "Dune" is a must-watch, and you can do it for free.
It's an easy social media trick, and one you can avoid with some high school math.
"I just want you to know that I love you and I miss you," K.D. Meucci, a fourth-grade teacher in Pennsylvania, told her students during a Facebook Live video
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James asks author Jamie Foxx about the inspirations for his first book, "Act Like You Got Some Sense" and Jamie immediately goes into proud Dad mode. After, he tells James a story about his grandmother going to greath lengths to protect him when he was younger.
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How Jamie Foxx turned a painful childhood into good parenting: 'You have to continuously be involved'
In Jamie Foxx's debut book "Act Like You Got Some Sense," the world will get to know the actor in the role that matters to him most: as a dad.
"I always say when I first met Bruce he kind of seems like surprisingly shy, considering he goes out there and sings before tens of thousands of people for hours at a time," the former president says in a new interview