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  • For one year, reading books by only minority authors

    For one year, reading books by only minority authors
    In 2014, I decided that for the entire year, I wouldn't read books written by white authors. My goal was to address the reading practices I developed growing up in Australia, where white authors have dominated the literary world. My high school reading...
  • University founded in Va. by culture warrior Falwell soars

    Jerry Falwell credits his famous father for laying a solid academic foundation for Liberty University's extraordinary growth, and it's a formula he's followed and built on as president of the evangelical Christian university. The younger Falwell has...
  • Reflecting on Japanese history on Oahu's Waimanalo Beach

    Reflecting on Japanese history on Oahu's Waimanalo Beach
    Oahu's Japanese history is one of immigration, civil rights, war and commerce. And although no visit to the island is complete without remembering that past (partly by spending time at Pearl Harbor), there is another place to reflect without the crowds...
  • Saturn Awards: Noah Wyle and Grant Gustin among special honorees

     
    Score one for the librarian. Noah Wyle, whose post-“ER” credits include roles as academics-turned-heroes tasked with saving the world in […]...
  • Post-Tribune Prep Scoreboard for Friday, April 24

    Scores and highlights may be emailed to ptsports@post-trib.com. Friday's Results Baseball East Chicago Central 5, Marquette 4 Marquette 001 010 2 — 4 6 0 EC Central 101 011 1 — 5 8 2 WP — Carlos Flores (3-1) 7 IP, 4 BB, 6 SO; LP &#...
  • Video: Alex Garland, Rian Johnson, Graham Moore talk 'Ex Machina'

    Video: Alex Garland, Rian Johnson, Graham Moore talk 'Ex Machina'
    “Ex Machina,” which writer-director Alex Garland recently referred to as "a sci-fi psychological thriller," has undoubtedly been one of the bright spots of the spring movie season. Having received largely positive reviews -- Times critic ...
  • Summer Sneaks 2015: The List

     Summer Sneaks 2015: The List
    The 2015 Summer Movie Preview is a snapshot of the films opening through early September. Release dates and other details, as compiled by Oliver Gettell, are subject to change. May 1 Any Day Having served 12 years in prison for killing a man with...
  • 2 Agatha Christie mysteries on Central Florida stages

     2 Agatha Christie mysteries on Central Florida stages
    With book sales topping 2 billion, Agatha Christie remains the world's best-selling novelist. That's according to the Guinness Book of World Records. It has long been said that she is world's third best-selling author overall, trailing only William...
  • Community News for Manchester edition

    Piano Recital MANCHESTER - The Werner Piano, Organ and Vocal Studio will present its 85th annual recital at Emanuel Lutheran Church, 60 Center St, May 8, beginning at 7 p.m. Participants include beginner and advanced students. The event is free and...
  • Armenians in Lebanon keep their culture, memory of heroic 1915 battle alive

    Armenians in Lebanon keep their culture, memory of heroic 1915 battle alive
    The priest unlocks the door to a musty room, home to the ghosts of Moses Mountain, a lost place where determined townsfolk once gathered with hunting rifles and faced down an imperial army. A glass-and-wood frame secures a white flag emblazoned with a...
  • 'Children of the Stone' a moving look at music's power in Palestine

     'Children of the Stone' a moving look at music's power in Palestine
    A shipping container bound for Palestine holds cargo worth half a million dollars — not military hardware or food aid but musical instruments. This is the gripping material of Sandy Tolan's moving and diligently told new book, "Children of the...