Elementary students at Chapel Hill ISD School publish a bilingual book for children | News

Inside the library at Wise Elementary School in Chapel Hill, students can now find a new bilingual book, “Up in the North Pole, the Artic” written by his students. By proudly telling their friends and parents “We are a published author,” the 17 students who were in Claudia Fuentes’ bilingual first grade can now add … Read more

A book that brings to life the reporters of the 1920s who warned the world of the coming war | entertainment

There is no immortality for newspaper reporters. One of them, Ben Hecht, addressed this in a short poem he wrote a long time ago: “We know each other’s daydreams / And the hopes that come to grief / Because we write each other’s obituaries / The illusion of great brevity.” Newspaper reporters aren’t immortal, but … Read more

‘We are activists for books’: On Juneteenth, recognition of the role of black-owned bookstores in Los Angeles

Start your day with LAist Subscribe to the morning feed, delivered on weekdays. As a young man, Malik Muhammad thought he would return home to Washington, D.C., holding his degree at the University of Southern California to begin a quiet career in federal government jobs. Then the books came and shook the institution of Muhammad. … Read more

‘Cancelled’ John Crest Has New Book, Tour, Comedy… | News reports

The fallout from the scandal that rocked John Crest’s career became part of his comedy, turning his lessons into new material and his experience with “abolition of culture” into a big line. This month, the popular Christian comedian released a full-length YouTube special and announced a book coming out in October. His Netflix debut and … Read more

Summer Book Club Picks: A Historical Fiction

Placeholder while loading article actions Historical novels offer both escape and realism. They transport us to another time and place – but that time and place is usually marked by war or other hardships. Six new and upcoming historical novels take readers through World War II in Europe, in tales that highlight the horrors of … Read more

“Twenty-two” by a former Apollo partner

In Two and Twenty, a former partner at Apollo Global provides an internal analysis of private equity. The author aims to defend an industry that has been heavily criticized, but fails to back up his argument with data. This is an opinion column. The ideas expressed are the writer’s thoughts. loading Something is loading. The … Read more