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  • Master Cuban Percussionist Román Díaz

    Immigrants: A Blessing to Our American Music

    Contrary to the current xenophobia, immigrants have enriched every aspect of our lives and we often get the best the country of origin has to... Read more

  • Glassblower William Gudenrath puts enamel on a bowl with techniques used by Renaissance Venetians at the Corning Museum of Glass in Corning, N.Y., on  Gudenrath spent decades researching how Renaissance-era glassmakers produced objects that are now considered works of art.  (AP Photo/Mike Groll)

    Glass Expert Digs Into Secrets of Historic Venetian Process

    ALBANY, N.Y.—A modern-day glassblower believes he has unraveled the mysteries of Renaissance-era Venetian glassmaking, a trade whose secrets were so closely guarded that anyone who... Read more

  • This image released by Disney Theatrical Productions shows the cast during the "Prince Ali," number in the musical, "Aladdin," in New York. (Deen van Meer/Disney Theatrical Productions via AP)

    A Look Inside Broadway’s Most Exciting Musical Numbers

    NEW YORK—Even in a show with plenty of magic, a special sort of it happens right after intermission at “Aladdin” on Broadway. No sooner have... Read more

  • The cast of “Fiddler on the Roof” as the folk of Anatevka, soon to be refugees from their beloved home and way of life. (Joan Marcus)

    Theater Review: ‘Fiddler on the Roof’

    NEW YORK—Presently in its fifth incarnation on Broadway, “Fiddler on the Roof” (based on stories by the Yiddish writer Sholem Aleichem) marks an important addition... Read more

  • Chronological Chopin – Ballades – Preludes – Scherzi:
Burkard Schliessmann (Divine Art)

    Album Review: Chronological Chopin – Ballades – Preludes – Scherzi: Burkard Schliessmann

    A more traditional choice of music than usual from the eclectic Divine Art label, this three CD set nevertheless positions itself with their more ambitious... Read more

  • The Rhône River at Avignon. Uniworld's Rhône cruise begins in Beaune and ends in Avignon. (Rolf Süssbrich/Wikimedia Commons)

    Exploring the Rhône River From a Floating Hotel

    The 505-mile Rhône River was used by Greek and Roman traders, so today’s river cruisers can experience antiquity, artistry, history, and some of the finest... Read more

  • (St. Martin’s Press)

    Book Review: ‘Humans of New York: Stories’

    On Sept. 11, 2001, the world felt an intense empathy for the city of New York as many cried out, “Today we are all New... Read more

  • Len Cariou’s one-man presentation “Broadway and the Bard." (Carol Rosegg)

    Theater Review: ‘Broadway and the Bard’

    NEW YORK—To anyone who’s been following the doings of the entertainment world for any length of time, the name Len Cariou conjures up excellence, skill,... Read more

  • "Fleeing Couple" by Norman Takeuchi. (Photo by David Barbour)

    War Stories: Sound, Fury, Silence

    What tales do we tell of war? Stories of sound and fury, moments of silence, scrubbed memorials. Two art exhibitions currently showing in Ottawa ask... Read more

  • Mark Strong as Eddie Carbone and Nicola Walker as his wife Beatrice give standout performances in an exceptional cast.  (Jan Versweyveld)

    Theater Review: ‘A View From the Bridge’

    NEW YORK—Director Ivo van Hove’s excellent staging and brilliant performances from the entire cast bring home the full power of Arthur Miller’s 1955 drama, “A... Read more

  • Elza van den Heever as Elisabetta and Sondra Radvanovsky in the title role of Donizetti's "Maria Stuarda." Photos by Ken Howard/Metropolitan Opera.

    Sondra Radvanovsky Triumphs Over a Cold as Maria Stuarda

    NEW YORK—The audience issued a collective groan when an announcer stepped on stage before the first performance this season of “Maria Stuarda.” He said that the... Read more

  • Mansa Musa: richer than “anyone can decribe.” (Abraham Cresques of Mallorca, Public Domain)

    Was There Ever a Time When So Few People Controlled So Much Wealth?

    Oxfam’s latest report claims that income inequality has reached a new global extreme, exceeding even its predictions from the previous year. The figures behind this... Read more

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    Digital Tools Reveal New Details in Old Prints

    NEW YORK—There aren’t many galleries selling prints anymore in New York City. Times have changed, people’s habits of looking to acquire works of art have... Read more

  • Actor/author Ethan Hawke poses with a copy of "Rules For A Knight" at a book signing in New York City on Nov. 10, 2015. (Jemal Countess/Getty Images)

    ‘Rules for a Knight’ Aims to Teach Kids Virtues, Right From Wrong

    Most know Ethan Hawke as an actor, but he’s also an author, having published three books. He calls “Rules for a Knight,” his third book... Read more

  • A scene from “Capturing Arrows with Boats of Straw,” a story-dance based on a chapter from the great historical novel “Romance of the Three Kingdoms.” (Shen Yun Performing Arts)

    Shen Yun Brings Soul-Stirring Entertainment Back to Vancouver

    Shen Yun Performing Arts returned to Vancouver for the ninth year this past weekend, playing four shows at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre. And as usual,... Read more

  • Orville in flight over Huffman Prairie, Ohio, in the Wright Flyer II. Flight 85, went approximately 1,760 feet (536 m) in 40 1⁄5 seconds on Nov. 16, 1904. (Public Domain)

    Book Review: ‘The Wright Brothers’

    The story of the Wright Brothers sounds like something out of a fairy tale. Against the odds, two brothers embark on a journey to make... Read more

  • Master Cuban Percussionist Román Díaz

    Immigrants: A Blessing to Our American Music

    Contrary to the current xenophobia, immigrants have enriched every aspect of our lives and we often get the best the country of origin has to... Read more

  • This image released by Disney Theatrical Productions shows the cast during the "Prince Ali," number in the musical, "Aladdin," in New York. (Deen van Meer/Disney Theatrical Productions via AP)

    A Look Inside Broadway’s Most Exciting Musical Numbers

    NEW YORK—Even in a show with plenty of magic, a special sort of it happens right after intermission at “Aladdin” on Broadway. No sooner have... Read more

  • The cast of “Fiddler on the Roof” as the folk of Anatevka, soon to be refugees from their beloved home and way of life. (Joan Marcus)

    Theater Review: ‘Fiddler on the Roof’

    NEW YORK—Presently in its fifth incarnation on Broadway, “Fiddler on the Roof” (based on stories by the Yiddish writer Sholem Aleichem) marks an important addition... Read more

  • Chronological Chopin – Ballades – Preludes – Scherzi:
Burkard Schliessmann (Divine Art)

    Album Review: Chronological Chopin – Ballades – Preludes – Scherzi: Burkard Schliessmann

    A more traditional choice of music than usual from the eclectic Divine Art label, this three CD set nevertheless positions itself with their more ambitious... Read more

  • Len Cariou’s one-man presentation “Broadway and the Bard." (Carol Rosegg)

    Theater Review: ‘Broadway and the Bard’

    NEW YORK—To anyone who’s been following the doings of the entertainment world for any length of time, the name Len Cariou conjures up excellence, skill,... Read more

  • Mark Strong as Eddie Carbone and Nicola Walker as his wife Beatrice give standout performances in an exceptional cast.  (Jan Versweyveld)

    Theater Review: ‘A View From the Bridge’

    NEW YORK—Director Ivo van Hove’s excellent staging and brilliant performances from the entire cast bring home the full power of Arthur Miller’s 1955 drama, “A... Read more

  • Elza van den Heever as Elisabetta and Sondra Radvanovsky in the title role of Donizetti's "Maria Stuarda." Photos by Ken Howard/Metropolitan Opera.

    Sondra Radvanovsky Triumphs Over a Cold as Maria Stuarda

    NEW YORK—The audience issued a collective groan when an announcer stepped on stage before the first performance this season of “Maria Stuarda.” He said that the... Read more

  • A scene from “Capturing Arrows with Boats of Straw,” a story-dance based on a chapter from the great historical novel “Romance of the Three Kingdoms.” (Shen Yun Performing Arts)

    Shen Yun Brings Soul-Stirring Entertainment Back to Vancouver

    Shen Yun Performing Arts returned to Vancouver for the ninth year this past weekend, playing four shows at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre. And as usual,... Read more

  • Orville in flight over Huffman Prairie, Ohio, in the Wright Flyer II. Flight 85, went approximately 1,760 feet (536 m) in 40 1⁄5 seconds on Nov. 16, 1904. (Public Domain)

    Book Review: ‘The Wright Brothers’

    The story of the Wright Brothers sounds like something out of a fairy tale. Against the odds, two brothers embark on a journey to make... Read more

  • German tenor Stefan Vinke makes his Canadian Opera Company debut as Siegfried. (C. Moses)

    A Marathon at the Opera

    TORONTO—For German tenor Stefan Vinke, performing the role of Siegfried in Wagner’s opera by the same name continues to be a journey of discovery. He... Read more

  • Rick Roberts, Philippa Domville, Nicola Correia-Damude, Paul Braunstein in "Within the Glass." (Cylla von Tiedemann)

    ‘Within the Glass’: Play Explores Dilemmas of Parenthood, Infertility

    TORONTO—What does parenthood mean to us? Whether we have children or not, we can’t avoid this question as we go through our lives. Parenthood is... Read more

  • Carson (Christopher Denham) is learning from his boss and billionaire Mickey Ross (Al Pacino). (Jeremy Daniel)

    Theater Review: ‘China Doll’

    NEW YORK—A cornered foe, particularly an elderly one, can be quite dangerous, especially when all he wants is to be left alone. David Mamet brilliantly... Read more

  • Conductor and Music Director of the Park Avenue Chamber Symphony (PACS), David Bernard rehearses Beethoven's Symphony No. 5 with the PACS orchestra at the DiMenna Center for Classical Music in the Mary Cary Flagler Hall in New York, on Jan. 14, 2016. (Samira Bouaou/Epoch Times)

    Bringing the Audience Into the Orchestra

    NEW YORK—Every word he speaks cascades deliberately to the next with clear articulation. David Bernard is not one to slur his words, especially when he’s... Read more

  • In this undated image released by NYC Opera Renaissance, Michael Capasso, who will lead the reborn New York City Opera, examines drawings used for sets and costumes at the 1900 premiere of Puccini's "Tosca" in Rome.  (John Farrell/NYCO Renaissance via AP)

    Reviving City Opera With a Nod to the Past

    NEW YORK — When the curtain rises on “Tosca” at the Rose Theater it may look like a double-dip into the past: a tribute to... Read more

  • Beatrice-Joanna (Sara Topham) and Alsemero (Christian Coulson) in the Red Bull Theater's production of Thomas Middleton and William Rowley's rarely-performed 1622 Jacobean work "The Changeling." (Carol Rosegg)

    Theater Review: ‘The Changeling’

    NEW YORK—It’s been said that tragedy and comedy are two sides of the same coin, and that a given situation can appear hilarious in one... Read more

  • Carol Rosegg

    Maurice Hines’s ‘Tappin’ Thru Life’

    NEW YORK—”Tappin’ Thru Life” is a singing and dancing trip down memory lane by the dazzling Maurice Hines. The show, written and choreographed by the... Read more

  • COC Music Director Johannes Debus and COC General Director Alexander Neef announced the company's 2016/2017 season at a special event at the 
Four Seasons Centre, Jan. 13, 2016 (bohuang.ca)

    Canadian Opera Company announces 2016/2017 season

    TORONTO—Spring has not yet arrived, but the new season is already blooming at the Canadian Opera Company, as the company announced its ambitious 2016/2017 lineup... Read more

  • In this Tuesday, June 9, 2015 file photo, actor Alan Rickman attends The Public Theater's Annual Gala at the Delacorte Theater in Central Park, in New York.  British actor Alan Rickman, whose career ranged from Britain’s Royal Shakespeare Company to the “Harry Potter” films, has died. He was 69.  Rickman’s family said Thursday, Jan. 14, 2016 that the actor had died after a battle with cancer.  (Photo by Charles Sykes/Invision/AP, File)

    Alan Rickman, Star of Stage, Snape of “Harry Potter” Dies at 69

    LONDON—British actor Alan Rickman, a classically trained stage star and sensual screen villain in the “Harry Potter” saga and other films, has died. He was... Read more

  • From the Jan.10th Shining Stars Concert: (L–R) Conductor Paul Hostetter, clarinetist Adrian Cunningham, violinist Yurie Minamaya, artistic director/founder Julie Jordan, violinist Christian Maloney, Sophia Steger, and Irish stepdancer and folk spoon player Niall O’Leary.  (Mark Minaly)

    New York Concerti Sinfonietta Spotlights Special Guests

    NEW YORK—In its Oct. 2015 four-event Irish Festival, the New York Concerti Sinfonietta expanded its musical programs to include two dramas in celebration of the... Read more

  • The London Haydn Quartet uses early period instruments to bring out a more natural, intimate feel.(Giorgia Bertazzi)

    London Haydn Quartet: Exploring the Language of Music

    The London Haydn Quartet, one of the world’s leading period instrument string quartets, continues to inspire audiences with a passion for some of the most... Read more

  • Glassblower William Gudenrath puts enamel on a bowl with techniques used by Renaissance Venetians at the Corning Museum of Glass in Corning, N.Y., on  Gudenrath spent decades researching how Renaissance-era glassmakers produced objects that are now considered works of art.  (AP Photo/Mike Groll)

    Glass Expert Digs Into Secrets of Historic Venetian Process

    ALBANY, N.Y.—A modern-day glassblower believes he has unraveled the mysteries of Renaissance-era Venetian glassmaking, a trade whose secrets were so closely guarded that anyone who... Read more

  • "Fleeing Couple" by Norman Takeuchi. (Photo by David Barbour)

    War Stories: Sound, Fury, Silence

    What tales do we tell of war? Stories of sound and fury, moments of silence, scrubbed memorials. Two art exhibitions currently showing in Ottawa ask... Read more

  • Gunther76edit Wall Street 1873

    Digital Tools Reveal New Details in Old Prints

    NEW YORK—There aren’t many galleries selling prints anymore in New York City. Times have changed, people’s habits of looking to acquire works of art have... Read more

  • Officials with the British Library have announced that, thanks to technology, a new sketch has been revealed in one of Leonardo da Vinci’s notebooks dating back about 500 years; to the naked eye, the figure appears largely as a discoloration. (AOL Screenshot)

    Hidden Sketch Revealed in Da Vinci’s 500-Year-Old Notebook (Video)

    Researchers have made an astonishing new discovery from the approximately 500-year-old notebook of a famous artist. The British Library has announced in a recent blog... Read more

  • The Otto Naumann Gallery in Manhattan on Jan. 11, 2015. (Benjamin Chasteen/Epoch Times)

    Renaissance Paintings Make a Splash—Works by Venetian Masters Unveiled to Public

    Take a peek at the world of the art market and it soon becomes obvious that it is dominated by contemporary art. Admittedly, the accessibility of contemporary... Read more

  • ARC Salon Instalation at the MEAM Museum, Barcelona Spain

    ARC Chairman Fred Ross to Speak at Salmagundi Club

    Fred Ross, chairman of the Art Renewal Center, will be speaking at the ARC Salon Exhibition on Jan. 20 at the Salmagundi Club in New York City... Read more

  • A visitor looks at paintings by Han van Meegeren (1889–1947) in the Boijmans Van Beuningen Museum in Rotterdam on May 11, 2010. (Robin Utrecht/AFP/Getty Images)

    The Secret to All Great Art Forgeries

    In A Forger’s Tale—convicted forger Shaun Greenhalgh’s new memoir—Greenhalgh reveals that he drew Leonardo da Vinci’s La Bella Principessa, which has been valued upwards of... Read more

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    Opulent Furniture by America’s 19th Century Star Artisans Shines in New Met Exhibition

    Museums face this inescapable dilemma: for the sake of making works of art publicly accessible, the museum displays them de-contextualized from their cultural setting and... Read more

  • Krishna uprooting the tree, Basohli, India 1750,  ascribed to Manaku.

    Asia Week New York a Global High Point for Collectors in Spring 2016

    –New York may not be the first destination for Asian art in the world, but for those who seek the widest range of Asian art... Read more

  • Photograph by Rodney Smith

    Rodney Smith’s Photography for Life’s Sake

    NEW YORK—At a time when time seems to be moving faster than ever, when the world feels confusing, chaotic, when vulgarity is even celebrated, and so-called... Read more

  • 1. Night–Shining White

    The Oldest and Most Important Chinese Painting Masterpieces at the MET

    It is not often that a Chinese painting on rice paper survives over 1,000 years so that we can view it intact, in all its... Read more

  • A man takes a photograph of The Mona Lisa painting, behind a protective glass, in the Louvre museum in Paris in a Monday April 26, 2004 file photo. (AP Photo/Amel Pain, File)

    Underneath the Mona Lisa Apparently Lies Three Hidden Portraits

    The Mona Lisa, one of the most famous works of art in history, may have more than one hidden portraits underneath. French scientist Pascal Cotte says... Read more

  • Sam Forrest on Nov. 21, 2015, at his Brookland Park Boulevard shop in Richmond, Va., where he made his latest collection of furniture. (Zachary Reid/Richmond Times-Dispatch via AP)

    Art of Fine Furniture: Carving an Elegant Form of Expression

    RICHMOND, Va.—Sam Forrest stepped around a couple of pieces of furniture so he could reach a window in the front of the old gas station... Read more

  • An employee poses between paintings by British artist John Constable entitled "The Hay Wain" (L) and "The Hay Wain (full-scale sketch)" during a photocall at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London on Sept. 17, 2014. (Carl Court/AFP/Getty Images)

    How the Painting Got Its Name

    I have a confession to make: I rarely walk into a museum or gallery without finding my eyes drifting down to the title of a... Read more

  • Geometries and Auralities of Survival
Credit: Jesse Stewart

    The Art of Making Do

    “Geometries & Auralities of Survival” by Jesse Stewart presents a program of site-specific music and visual art at the Diefenbunker: Canada’s Cold War Museum in... Read more

  • "The Forest of Solitude," by Kevin Moore, 10 by 15 inches, charcoal on paper. (Courtesy of Kevin Moore)

    Ani Art Academy: Classics Inspire Virtuosity

    What artist Kevin Moore of Ani Art America finds valuable about classical art is that it inspires the artist toward virtuosity, and virtuosity arises from... Read more

  • Frederick Sandys, King Pelles' Daughter Bearing the Vessel of the Sangreal, 1861, pen and black ink on paper. (Promised Gift from the Lanigan Collection, Saskatoon. Photo © NGC)

    ‘Beauty’s Awakening’: Drawings From the Lanigan Collection

    After more than 30 years of collecting British Victorian art, Dennis T. Lanigan of Saskatchewan has loaned some noteworthy pieces for the exhibit “Beauty’s Awakening: Drawings... Read more

  • In this photo taken Nov. 3, 2015, Samuel W. Barnett art piece hangs in the Kennedy Douglass Center for the Arts in Florence, Ala. Barnett, a Tuscumbia native living in Decatur, takes pictures of barns and sharecropper houses and turns them into paintings, capturing many old buildings that are no longer standing. (Allison Carter/The TimesDaily via AP)

    Paintings Capture Disappearing Landscapes of North Alabama

    FLORENCE, Ala.—What many passersby may overlook on their daily commute along Alabama 20 between Decatur and the Shoals, artist Sam Barnett finds as his inspiration... Read more

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    Artist Creates ‘Buddha’s Tears’ Book to Shine Light on Illegal Organ Harvesting in China

    Like most countries around the world, China’s history includes periods of war, blood, and struggle as dynasties topple and rulers change. But unlike other prosperous nations, the... Read more

  • Painted rendering of one of the panels for a four panel mural installed in the city of El Monte, titled "The Steps We Take." (Courtesy of Eloy Torrez)

    Painter, Songwriter Eloy Torrez: Classical Arts Spark Growth in Artists

    Practitioners involved with the classical arts respond to why they think the texts, forms, and methods of the classics are worth keeping and why they... Read more

  • (St. Martin’s Press)

    Book Review: ‘Humans of New York: Stories’

    On Sept. 11, 2001, the world felt an intense empathy for the city of New York as many cried out, “Today we are all New... Read more

  • Actor/author Ethan Hawke poses with a copy of "Rules For A Knight" at a book signing in New York City on Nov. 10, 2015. (Jemal Countess/Getty Images)

    ‘Rules for a Knight’ Aims to Teach Kids Virtues, Right From Wrong

    Most know Ethan Hawke as an actor, but he’s also an author, having published three books. He calls “Rules for a Knight,” his third book... Read more

  • Argentine writer Jorge Luis Borges at his home in Buenos Aires on Nov. 20, 1981. (AP Photo/Eduardo Di Baia)

    Chasing Fried Eggs With Jorge Luis Borges

    During a recent trip to Argentina, I was talking with an old friend, a successful psychiatrist, about Jorge Luis Borges, the famous Argentine writer. She... Read more

  • Robert Frost (Public Domain)

    10 Greatest Poems Ever Written

    For your education, enjoyment, and (perhaps) excitement, this is a list of the greatest poems originally written in the English language. It is presented from least... Read more

  • (Liveright Publishing Corporation)

    Book Review: ‘SPQR: A History of Ancient Rome’

    The story of Rome is as abundant and expansive as the entire region of Europe. It would take endless books, excursions, and personal research to... Read more

  • John Langs directing in The Allen Theatre at ACT - A Contemporary Theatre. (Truman Buffett)

    Director John Langs: Classic Themes and Forms Have Undeniable Power

    Practitioners involved with the classical arts respond to why they think the texts, forms, and methods of the classics are worth keeping and why they... Read more

  • What plot lines do families use in times of adversity? (FamVeld)

    What Stories Should You Be Telling Kids This Holiday Season?

    Families most frequently tell stories around the time of vacations, family reunions, (sadly) funerals, Thanksgiving and, of course, the family-oriented winter holidays of Christmas, Hanukkah... Read more

  • The title page from the first edition of A Christmas Carol. (John Leech via Wikimedia Commons)

    How Charles Dickens Redeemed the Spirit of Christmas

    Though today regarded as the literary titan of the Victorian age, in late 1843 the 31-year-old Charles Dickens worried that his popularity was fading. His... Read more

  • (Sasquatch Books)

    Book Review: ‘Becoming a Citizen Activist’

    So many people want to change the world, but so few people know how. In his new book  “Becoming a Citizen Activist,” Seattle City Council... Read more

  • Burnstown  Publishing

    Book About Legendary Ottawa Club Café Le Hibou Hits the Mark

    It was where the likes of Gordon Lightfoot, Neil Young, Van Morrison, and Muddy Waters performed to rapt audiences in an intimate setting, where Dan... Read more

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    Book Review: ‘Black Broadway’

    “Black Broadway: African Americans on the Great White Way” by six-time Tony Award-winning producer Stewart F. Lane is the perfect gift for theater lovers. It... Read more

  • American writer Ernest Hemingway and his wife Mary attend a bullfight in Madrid, Spain, on Oct. 9, 1956. (AP Photo)

    Hemingway in Cuba

    The show “Hemingway: Between Two Wars” at the Morgan Library in New York focuses on the years between World War I and World War II... Read more

  • An illustration on the cover of the book "The Theater of War" by Bryan Doerries. (Alfred A. Knopf)

    Book Review: ‘Theater of War’

    Many of us have shied away from the world of ancient Greek tragedies, thanks to inadequate but mandatory high school classes on the topic. Yet... Read more

  • (Post Hill Press)

    Book Review: ‘The Double Life of Laurence Oliphant’

    Not your typical biography, “The Double Life” is a quirky book about a man who lived a life laced with adventure, high social standing, literary... Read more

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    Gratitude: Children’s Books Show the Way

    Around Thanksgiving, children hear a lot of talk about gratitude. However, getting a child to adopt this attitude is not easy because gratitude does not... Read more

  • National Novel Writing Month Inspires Authors

    Legions of would-be novelists are finding the month of November, unofficially proclaimed National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo), to be a prescription to get off the... Read more

  • Elizabeth Marvel and Bill Camp. (Howard Korn)

    Theater of War Founder Bryan Doerries: Classic Texts Are Ancient Technology

    Practitioners involved with the classical arts respond to why they think the texts, forms, and methods of the classics are worth keeping and why they... Read more

  • Jewel before she performs at The Mint in Los Angeles on Sept. 16, 2014. (Casey Curry/Invision/AP)

    Book Review: ‘Never Broken: Songs Are Only Half the Story’

    American singer-songwriter Jewel has been in the public eye for past the couple of decades, starting with the release of her debut album, “Pieces of... Read more

  • President and CEO, Revolution LLC, and AOL co-founder, Steve Case appears outside of the White House after meeting with President Barack Obama about immigration reform in Washington, D.C., on June 11, 2013. Simon & Schuster announced Wednesday, Nov. 4, 2015, that Case's latest book, “Third Wave,” will come out in April. The publisher is calling the book "part memoir, part manifesto and part playbook of the future." He will look back on his years with AOL and the disastrous merger with Time Warner, but will focus on what he believes is a new era, a “third wave,” for the Internet. (AP Photo/Charles Dharapak)

    AOL Co-Founder Steve Case Writing Book, ‘Third Wave’

    NEW YORK—AOL co-founder Steve Case has a book deal. Simon & Schuster told The Associated Press on Wednesday that Case’s “Third Wave” will come out... Read more

  • (Dave Dugdale/CC BY-SA 2.0)

    Quirky New Book on the Science and History of Standing in Line

    NEW YORK—To queue or not to queue? And why is the queue you’re not standing in always the best? David Andrews went in search of... Read more


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