Even though she really misses her college, and wants out of our house, my daughter decided the risks outweigh the benefits and is taking her classes from home.
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Playwright Dave Harris' "Tambo & Bones," an examination of American racism past, present and future, joins the Kirk Douglas Theatre lineup.
After launching "Gayle King in the House" as a guest program in April, the CBS anchor has now signed on for a regular weekly radio show on SiriusXM.
In Stephen Graham Jones' "The Only Good Indians," four hunters make a wasteful kill; a decade later, they pay a bloody price.
The head of the National Book Awards will lead the prestigious imprints in 2021, reporting to Knopf's Reagan Arthur, who succeeded Sonny Mehta this year.
In 'Why We Swim,' Bonnie Tsui tells extraordinary tales of swimmers who brave sharks, extreme cold and vicious currents around the globe.
The streaming service, which was already available to Comcast customers, could struggle without Roku and Amazon partnerships. But Peacock's strategy is different.