- Australian Broadcasting CorporationApr 25 23:17 PM
Chigozie Obioma is a Nigerian writer who's just published his debut novel, for Top Shelf, Chigozie shares his favourite books, film and television shows.
- The Cornell Daily SunApr 26 21:04 PM
By JOSEPH DIGIROLAMO Cornell maintains a long-standing tradition of producing many of the world’s most talented and influential writers. What is most remarkable about Cornell’s literary heritage, though, is the diversity of these writers’ backgrounds and perspectives. From E.B. White to Vladimir Nabokov to Toni Morrison to Junot Díaz, Cornell’s […]
- UPIApr 22 0:32 AM
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- Minnesota Public RadioApr 27 6:37 AM
A new study analyzes more than a billion pieces of data on emojis across 16 languages and regions.
- Denver PostApr 25 23:21 PM
The half-hour "Happyish" premiering tonight proves there is such a thing as comedy too dark to qualify as tragicomedy or even dramedy.
- New York PostApr 18 19:46 PM
It takes a brave man to step back into the stilettos he wore 17 years ago. Enter John Cameron Mitchell, creator of “Hedwig and the Angry Inch,” the show that...
- redOrbitApr 26 10:54 AM
John Hopton for redOrbit.com - @Johnfinitum A new study has found that students who work at a standing desk during class enjoy higher academic achievement than those who sit down. Previous research looked at standing desks as an option for reducing childhood obesity and easing the pressures on the spine of sitting down for too many hours a day. Standing desks in schools could be a way to improve...
- The TelegraphApr 13 21:32 PM
Completely stripped bare of the live ‘special effects’, images of Sabyasachi’s summer-resort 2015 found their way into my iPhone screen across the Atlantic almost real time via...
- Boise WeeklyApr 23 10:13 AM
The annual event is organized by the United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural Organization, better known as UNESCO. by George Prentice Happy World Book Day! Only a recent celebration—the commemoration was founded on April 23, 1995—the annual event is organized by the United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural Organization, better known as UNESCO.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the...
- Washington PostMar 30 5:00 AM
Ryan Chapman's "Conversation Sparks" offers 350 random bits of trivia to break the awkwardness
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