Hollywood sure loves turning tech dramas into blockbusters. We’ve seen multiple adaptations of movies depicting Steve Jobs and Edward Snowden, and now it looks like Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes is next. Jennifer Lawrence has signed on to take the leading role, reports Deadline. Show More Summary
Everything you wanted to know about the Cold War in 10 minutes? Not quite, but my new 10-minute Bookmonger podcast is with Elizabeth Spalding Edwards, co-author of A Brief History of the Cold War. Reagan
Richard V. Reeves, Edward Rodrigue, and Elizabeth Kneebone at the Brookings Institution: Multidimensional poverty and race in America: Poverty is typically defined in terms of a lack of adequate income, especially in U.S. policy debates. But the experience of poverty...
James Edward Kyle leaves after one month on the job.
Built in 1704 and situated in the picturesque English countryside, Goodnestone Park is a Downton Abbey–esque estate with a fascinating history: Jane Austen’s brother Edward and her sister-in-law Elizabeth lived on the property for a time, and they often invited the literary legend over for balls and informal get-togethers. Show More Summary
Regulators shuttered the emergency room at the facility James Edward Kyle directed.
Freeform has announced the addition of two new cast members to the new series DEAD OF SUMMER: Elizabeth Mitchell and Elizabeth Lail. Created by Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis, DEAD OF SUMMER is set in the late 1980s, where “school is out for the summer and a sun-drenched season of firsts beckons the counselors at […]
Once Upon a Time creators Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis have recruited two actresses from the ABC fairy tale drama for their new series, Dead of Summer at Freeform. Elizabeth Mitchell and Elizabeth Lail, who have recurred as Ingrid and Anna on Once, respectively, will star on Dead of Summer, which has a straight-to-series order. Show More Summary
Elizabeth Mitchell and Elizabeth Lail will star in Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis' 'Dead of Summer.' read more
Since it’s close to Halloween, I thought I would share this morbid little tidbit about Sir Edward Burne-Jones’s fellow Pre-Raphaelites, Dante Gabriel Rossetti and Elizabeth Siddal, and how he had her grave dug up so he could get the book of his poems that he had buried with her. Rossetti was born into a family … Continue reading Crosspost: The Exhumation of Elizabeth Siddal
On September 27th, 2015, Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA.) gave a speech at the Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the US Senate, advocating for the continuing fight for racial justice in America, and making parallels between the Civil Rights...Show More Summary
In a powerful speech about civil rights, police brutality, voting rights, and homeownership at the Edward This space reserved for your ad.
U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren expressed her emphatic support for the Black Lives Matter movement and called for racial justice reform in a Monday, Sept. 28 speech at the Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the United State Senate. This wasShow More Summary
In the modern-day fight against racial inequality, activists and policymakers alike should look to the past to change the present. That's the message Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) sent on Sunday in a stirring speech at the Edward M. Show More Summary
From a speech today at the Edward Kennedy Institute: And what about voting rights? Two years ago, five conservative justices on the Supreme Court gutted the Voting Rights Act, opening the floodgates ever wider for measures designed to suppress minority … Continue reading ?
Aug. 01--Massachusetts Sens. Elizabeth Warren and Edward J. Markey were decidedly lukewarm on the White House's nomination of controversial ex-MBTA chief Beverly Scott to the National Transportation Safety Board, saying they'll haveShow More Summary
Buckingham Palace has made it very clear that it is not amused by the leak of a video showing a very young Princess Elizabeth giving a Nazi salute, but some historians have welcomed the chance to take a fresh look at King Edward VIII, the man in the video. While...
A brief video has surfaced showing Britain’s King Edward VIII and his niece, a young Queen Elizabeth II, pantomiming the Nazi salute in the 1930s.
Queen Elizabeth has every right to expect that Bad Uncle Edward, who died in 1972, would remain dead and quiet. But now his ghost blunders back into the light to disturb the golden twilight of her reign.
Over at the Oyster Review Alexandra Edwards takes a literary tour of Florida, guided by “a few writers who chart Florida’s strange vacillation between the modern and the primordial,” including the likes of Elizabeth Bishop, Zora Neale Hurston and Ernest Hemingway. Our own Nick Moran has also profiled the literature of the Sunshine State, though his […]