| Jan 16, 2015
| 7:15 AM
Arcadia Publishing has set a date for the publication of the picture book about College Park – and it is coming up fast.
Tara Porter, the writer and editor of the book, noted she recently checked in with Aradia’s marketing team, and was told...
| Jan 9, 2015
| 12:12 PM
The year, one of the big themes for College Park could be The Year of the Book.
That’s because a book that records the history of this neighborhood will get published, noted Bill Jennings.
“It’s definitely going to be sometime this...
| Feb 23, 2015
| 10:30 AM
Actor and author Michael Ian Black won comedy fans with his roles in television shows like "The State" and movies like "Wet Hot American Summer," as well as his hilarious, often enlightening interviews (like this one with comedian Mary Kobayashi). For his...
| Feb 22, 2015
| 3:00 AM
Since the beginning of the Ferguson protests, the past six months in the black community have been a time of activism, involvement and hyper-awareness of political activity. This wave swept through Baltimore, involving students, community leaders and...
| Jan 19, 2015
| 3:46 PM
Whether you're down with the New England Patriots or upholding the Seattle Seahawks, you and your friends and family can chow down on Super Bowl Sunday (Feb. 1) with harmonious gusto. Because no matter which team you root for, everyone will get behind a...
| Jan 23, 2015
| 12:30 PM
You probably know someone who lives on doughnuts but never seems to gain weight. While others just glance at a bagel and pack on the pounds.
That's just proof that we all have different nutritional demands and deficits, said Traci D. Mitchell, author of...
| Feb 18, 2015
| 11:29 AM
Another recently discovered manuscript is coming to summer reading lists, this time in the form of a new Dr. Seuss book.
The manuscript by the late author Theodor Geisel, known to readers as Dr. Seuss, is coming out in July -- the same month as the...
| Feb 18, 2015
| 7:23 PM
Bucks County author, singer and songwriter Richard McLaughlin will teach kids about bullying Saturday when he reads from his first book "The Skunk with a Stinky Attitude." The free program is 10 a.m. tp noon at the Cops 'n' Kids Reading Room in Bethlehem....
| Jan 23, 2015
| 10:00 AM
Former President Bill Clinton, whose voracious appetite was legendary, went vegan in 2010 to protect his health after heart surgery. And while cutting out animal products is no guarantee of a healthful diet, research shows eating plant-based foods is...
| Feb 19, 2015
| 5:55 AM
Although white Chicagoans knew little about Ethel Payne, a city reporter and later Washington correspondent for the Chicago Defender in the 1950s and '60s, African-Americans here and around the country came to venerate her as the most prominent female...
| Feb 15, 2015
| 10:26 AM
Philip Levine, a former U.S. poet laureate and Pulitzer Prize winner, died Saturday in Fresno. He was 87.
Timothy Skeen, a friend of Levine’s, confirmed the death. Skeen, also a poet, coordinates the masters of fine arts program at Cal State...