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Publishing world gathers this week for book conve...
NEW YORK (AP) � Diversity will get an extra push at this week's BookCon and BookExpo America. Last year, a virtually all-white lineup of speakers at publishing's annual national conventions...
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We Need Diverse Books
Berkeley: Voluminous structure to be book festiva...
BERKELEY -- If you have to live in a tent, choose one made of 50,000 books. You'll have shelter, entertainment and information about everything under the sun. Lacuna, the public art project coming to...
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Martin Luther King Jr.
San Francisco Chronicle
Preeminent historian comes to Sacramento for next...
It’s said that history is the telling of events that shaped who we were, what we have become and what we may well be. In “Reagan: The Life,” internationally acclaimed historian H.W. Brands narrows...
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Franklin Delano Roosevelt
University of Texas
‘It’s hard for me to self-analyse… I prefer to th...
My parents raised me, of course, but it was a different adult who shaped my mental landscape. My imagination, my capacity for empathy, my sense of curiosity and my awareness that, while I was unique,...
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Summer reading: Buried in books
Summer reading: Buried in books Highlights abound as seasonal wave of titles makes its way to store shelves Books Crime writer Sue Grafton tackles the letter “X,” weatherman Al Roker writes about the...
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Latest reads for the bookworm in you
Latest reads for the bookworm in you Published: 16 May 2015 1:06 PM Stephen King’s ‘Finders Keepers’ is one of the books to look forward to in the coming months. – AFP pic, May 16, 2015.Harper Lee,...
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The Unbearable Lightness of Being
D.C. 2015 Summer Arts & Entertainment Guide
Is it just us, or was this winter the worst? Weather records indicate that it was a bit colder and snowier than usual, and anecdotal reports from around the Washington City Paper office confirm that...
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TV food star Sandra Lee says she has breast cancer
Photo By Brad Barket/Brad Barket/Invision/AP Celebrity chef Sandra Lee says she has been diagnosed with breast cancer. The popular lifestyle personality and live-in girlfriend of New York Gov. Andrew...
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Shame on parents fighting against transgender kid...
Tyler, then 7, swings in his hammock at his home in Maryland last spring. Tyler is living as a transgender boy and uses the boys’ bathroom at school. (Nikki Kahn/The Washington Post) Using the...
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Judy Blume to headline YALC
Other prominent YA authors will appear at the convention, which has been one of the major projects from Children's Laureate Malorie Blackman. Geek Girl author Holly Smale, YA Book Prize winner Louise...
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