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Post by Adriana Velez. It's not even April yet but we're already dreaming of garden parties and days at the beach thanks to Target's Lilly Pulitzer line. The capsule collection doesn't hit stores until April 19 (gasp!) but they've released their look book and we can't wait. Show More Summary
Mr. Burns, who reported from 10 foreign bureaus, has concluded a distinguished career spanning 40 years with The New York Times.
Whether that's a good or bad thing, only you can decide. ( Please note the green juice as prop.) Read more...
Based on Siddhartha Mukherjee’s Pulitzer Prize-winning book of the same name, “Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies” chronicles humanity’s fight against its most inexorably fatal foe from the time of the ancient Egyptians to current day, which means it includes a lot of...
In the pantheon of our country's greatest American historians, David McCullough's name will forever be thought of as one of the most brilliant caretakers of our nation's history. He's painted portraits with words and made history come alive. Show More Summary
Target released the look book for its forthcoming Lilly Pulitzer capsule collection on Thursday morning, and all I can say is wow! Once again wow!
This stuff just screams "springtime."
Back in college we had collected an extensive amount of Lilly Pulitzer swag - the backpack, the makeup bag, and even the phone case - all monogrammed, of course. So when news broke of the designer's collaboration with Target, we had a major nostalgia moment. Show More Summary
For aspiring socialites, actual socialites, fashionable grandmas, and suprisingly, me.
The Larry McMurtry Collection of H.G. Wells will be auctioned in New York, April 8-9, 2015, as part of Heritage Auctions? Rare Books Signature® Auction. Roughly 1,000 books from the collection of the Pulitzer Prize and Oscar? winning...Show More Summary
Well, bust our chifforobe! HarperCollins publishers revealed the book jacket for the highly anticipated Harper Lee book Go Set A Watchman, the sequel to her Pulitzer Prize Winning novel, To Kill A Mockingbird!! For now, we can pretty much only judge the book by its cover — but we like what we see! The yellow leaves gazing from [...]
The Alliance Theatre announced its 2015-16 season this week, a line-up that includes five world premieres, a gospel musical, a Pulitzer Prize-winning drama and a
The award, given by the International Women’s Media Foundation, was created in honor of Pulitzer Prize-winning AP photographer Anja Niedringhaus, who was killed while covering the 2014 presidential election in Afghanistan. Heidi Levine is an American freelance photojournalist based in Jerusalem, who has covered the revolutions in Egypt, Libya and Syria as well as the [...]Show More Summary
The Seattle Times won a Pulitzer in 1990 for its investigative coverage of the lax safety standards that facilitated one of the worst man-made environmental disasters of our time. Why is the newspaper supporting a lease to host an Arctic...Show More Summary
BY NAVEEN KUMAR You may be surprised, at times, that characters don’t burst into song in director Pam MacKinnon’s often campy revival of Wendy Wasserstein’s Tony and Pulitzer Prize-winning 1989 play The Heidi Chronicles, which opened on Broadway March 19...
Does it feel dated? Is Heidi still relatable? Can you dramatize ambivalence? Well, yes, sort of, and maybe. The subject is Wendy Wasserstein's Pulitzer Prize winning play, The Heidi Chronicles, now getting its first Broadway revival in 25 years. Show More Summary
Mario Vargas Llosa: “You have such a mass of information about everything that qualification disappears completely, and everything is equally measured…. Now the novels that are read are purely entertainment – well done, very polished, with a very effective technique – but not literature, just entertainment.”
Joseph Pulitzer IV, once an heir to the Pulitzer newspaper empire, died on March 19 at a hospital in Berkeley, Calif. He was 65.He had a heart attack, a family spokesman said.Mr. Pulitzer called himself “Joe Four” but was widely known as “Jay.” He was the great-grandson of Joseph Pulitzer, who founded the St. Louis Post-Dispatch in 1878.Read full article >>