Barbershop Books is helping kids pick up a book every time they get a haircut. Chief Reading inspirer Alvin Irby joins TODAY to talk about how it was tough to start but continues to be fulfilling.
- The Root
*sigh* It is only expected that students will see a serious pushback on Black History Month activities. Two Alabama school districts have canceled events featuring New York Times-bestselling children’s author Derrick Barnes, per CBS42 News. The reason wasn’t necessarily spelled out as anti-critical race theory however, it’s certainly a safe assumption.
In his piece published Monday, William “Bill” McGurn, who served as chief speechwriter for former President George W. Bush, describes ideas behind population control as a “Western import,” much like Marxism. The article’s headline now appears to have been changed to “China and the Population Bomb That Wasn’t.” “@wsj allowing a racist to write articles and work for you?
I'm a Florida teacher who's been forced to cover up the books in my classroom. Here's why I'm suing Ron DeSantis.
A high school social studies teacher spoke with Insider about being an educator as Florida rolls out a new law requiring all books to be vetted.
- The Root
Black people rarely worry about the affairs of white people. But this particular situation required our attention.
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Robert Redford wore two pairs of undies to 'protect himself' from Barbra Streisand in 'The Way We Were': book
Robert Hofler wrote "The Way They Were: How Epic Battles and Bruised Egos Brought a Classic Hollywood Love Story to the Screen." It is timed to the film's 50th anniversary.
"They literally jumped to the last quarter of the book within 15 minutes."
The journalist who wrote about the attacks in a Mennonite colony in Bolivia wants to make sure moviegoers know the real story too.
- Erie Times News
Two Penncrest school board member called their solicitor's legal opinion "worthless" earlier this month. Now he's resigned.
The Kurdish herbalist reaches for a sachet as fragrant as a wild meadow, garnished with linden, rosehip, slivers of dried ginger, cinnamon stick and a touch of mystery.The city centre had to be rebuilt yet again in the wake of violent clashes between Kurdish militants and government forces in 2015-16.
Rob Gronkowski reveals he read the fictional romance novel about him in "80 for Brady," which is based on erotica that a fan wrote about him in 2014.
In an interview with Howard Stern on Wednesday, the Baywatch alum discussed her new memoir, Love, Pamela, which will be released on Jan. 31
Image of South Korea's Moon Jae-in was doctored to include book calling him 'the dog of North Korea'
A doctored image has been shared in multiple social media posts that claim it shows former South Korean president Moon Jae-in posing with a book that calls him "the dog of North Korea". Moon was criticised during his tenure for his ultimately unsuccessful diplomatic attempts at engagement with Pyongyang, and this criticism has continued since he left office. The photo that was altered and falsely shared online in fact shows the ex-president holding up a book about South Korean history.The image
American Born Chinese's Gene Leun Yang, Daniel Wu, and Ben Wang chat with us about bringing this classic '90s comic story to modern life.
- Yahoo Life Shopping
They're a fun and practical purchase for the kid inside us all — or for an actual kid.
Popular finance writers and economists differ in their advice on saving, debt, investing and asset allocation. Who's right?
- Los Angeles Times Opinion
More important than explaining the rules of curbside composting is getting L.A. residents on board in the first place.
- Yahoo News Canada
Joe Cornish has innovated ghost stories with Lockwood & Co on Netflix, based on the books by Jonathan Stroud and starring Ruby Stokes, Cameron Chapman and Ali Hadji-Heshmati.
- Town & Country
The beloved fantasy romance series is nearing its final chapter.
- Entertainment Weekly
Author Robert Hofler makes the claim in new book The Way They Were.
- USA TODAY
A German ethics official’s comments about anger over losses during the pandemic were misrepresented as being about investigating COVID-19 vaccines.