Marley Dias, a 13-year-old girl who has collected more than 11,000 books that showcase black female lead characters, can now add her own book to her list.
By Alison Thoet
Author David Grann shares powerful images from one of the FBI’s first major homicide investigations, which he details in his book, “Killers of the Flower Moon: The Osage Murders and the Birth of the FBI."…
By David Grann
Can an immersive, mystery funhouse help revive a state like New Mexico? Economics correspondent Paul Solman visits Meow Wolf, a Santa Fe hippie artist collective turned business that convinced the "Game of Thrones" author to buy and lease them a…
By PBS NewsHour
Yes, you should get that giant teddy bear for your Valentine.
By Elizabeth Flock
We are more connected than ever, but poet Matthew Siegel finds it’s made communication and knowing our own feelings more difficult.
In "The Line Becomes a River," Francisco Cantú describes his experience as a Border Patrol agent in the deserts of Arizona, Texas and New Mexico. Written as a collection of dispatches, Cantú shows how the job became a difficult balancing…
By Clifford Johnson, The Conversation
Seeing black lead characters who are accomplished scientists could be just the thing to inspire future generations to follow in their footsteps.
The Appalachian Film Workshop was started in Kentucky in the 1960s to foster new technical skills and give people a way to tell their own stories of their home. Now known simply as Appalshop, their mission has extended far beyond…
At the eve of World War II, Britain launches a mission to prevent war with Germany. That's the starting point for "Munich," a new novel by author Robert Harris, who has written both fiction and nonfiction about that period. Harris…
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