Tag: book

  • Los Angeles Times Book Prizes winners for 2024 announced at USC

    Los Angeles Times Book Prizes winners for 2024 announced at USC

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    The spotlight shined on great literature Friday night at the 44th Los Angeles Times Book Prizes ceremony at USC’s Bovard Auditorium, where 13 winners took the stage to celebrate their honors and, in some cases, call attention to the free speech controversy unfolding on campus. A political undercurrent ran through the night’s speeches following the…

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  • AI Book To Movie Quiz

    AI Book To Movie Quiz

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    AI Book To Movie Quiz Gosh, it seems like if you write a book, it’s guaranteed to get the movie treatment sooner or later. But what about books that have been out for a while with no movie like the dictionary (or my favorite book, Happy Birthday Moon)? What about the movies that let the…

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  • Singer Maren Morris, Karina Argow talk new children’s book, “Addie Ant Goes on an Adventure”

    Singer Maren Morris, Karina Argow talk new children’s book, “Addie Ant Goes on an Adventure”

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    Singer Maren Morris, Karina Argow talk new children’s book, “Addie Ant Goes on an Adventure” – CBS News Watch CBS News Transitioning from melodies to storytelling, Maren Morris, together with her best friend and former English teacher Karina Argow, introduce “Addie Ant Goes on an Adventure,” a children’s book that explores themes of independence and…

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  • Historian Doris Kearns Goodwin on Her New Home and Book

    Historian Doris Kearns Goodwin on Her New Home and Book

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    After Doris Kearns Goodwin’s husband died nearly six years ago, the couple’s home, a 19th-century farmhouse in Concord, Mass., no longer felt right. “We were there for 20 years,” said Ms. Kearns Goodwin, 81, the Pulitzer Prize-winning historian whose new book, “An Unfinished Love Story: A Personal History of the 1960s,” will be published April…

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  • Briefly Noted Book Reviews | The New Yorker

    Briefly Noted Book Reviews | The New Yorker

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    The Limits, by Nell Freudenberger (Knopf). Set partly in New York City and partly in French Polynesia, this novel follows a family through the distress of 2020. Stephen, an overworked cardiologist, resides in New York with his new wife, who is pregnant. His ex-wife, Nathalie, a scientist, lives in Tahiti, where she studies deepwater-coral bleaching.…

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  • The Link Up: Em’s Favorite New Eye Serum, Jess’ Magical $8 Hair Brush Tool, And A Design Book We Can’t Wait To Get Our Hands On

    The Link Up: Em’s Favorite New Eye Serum, Jess’ Magical $8 Hair Brush Tool, And A Design Book We Can’t Wait To Get Our Hands On

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    Happy Sunday everyone. On the EHD side of things, it was a pretty special week and you’ll see why tomorrow. Let’s just say if you are familiar with the term “MOTO” then that’s our clue. Aside from that we are very happy to have Emily back from her spring break and are pretty excited that…

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  • Briefly Noted Book Reviews | The New Yorker

    Briefly Noted Book Reviews | The New Yorker

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    Ours, by Phillip B. Williams (Viking). In this ambitious début novel, a Harriet Tubman figure possessed of supernatural abilities founds a town in Missouri, whose first inhabitants she has rescued from slavery. Magically concealed from the outside world, the community is ostensibly a haven, yet the weight of its inhabitants’ pasts and the confines of…

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  • Book storage boxes are the answer to a clutter-free home

    Book storage boxes are the answer to a clutter-free home

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    In case you’ve been living under a rock, decorative book storage boxes are having a bit of a moment right now. What are they, you ask? At first glance, they look just like any ordinary book on your shelf or coffee table – but open them up, and you’ve got perfect hidden storage that nobody…

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  • Briefly Noted Book Reviews | The New Yorker

    Briefly Noted Book Reviews | The New Yorker

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    Held, by Anne Michaels (Knopf). This episodic, philosophical novel orbits a group of loosely connected characters living between 1917 and 2025. It begins in France, during the First World War, with a British soldier lying on the ground after an explosion. We follow him home to North Yorkshire, where he works as a portrait photographer…

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  • How to Style a Book Shelf: Jeremiah Brent Shares His Tips

    How to Style a Book Shelf: Jeremiah Brent Shares His Tips

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    In a public library, styling a bookshelf is easy: Just fill it with books. At home, a bookcase needs to do a lot more than hold books. So how do the pros do it? Start by thinking of your shelves as a kind of three-dimensional wallpaper that adds visual interest to a room. The things…

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