North Hunterdon librarian who fought LGBTQ book ban honored

North Hunterdon librarian who fought LGBTQ book ban honored

After a school year of fighting personal attacks and opposing the removal of LGBTQ books from school libraries, North Hunterdon High School Librarian Martha Hickson was awarded the Lemony Snicket Prize for Noble Librarians Faced with Adversity by the American Library Association (ALA). In June, Daniel Handler, also known as Lemony Snicket, presented Hickson with … Read more

Megan Thee Stallion ‘Traumazine’ Album Review

Megan Thee Stallion ‘Traumazine’ Album Review

Craig Jenkins is also a critic who writes about music and television and comedy and video games, and he wishes there were more than 24 hours in a day. Photo: Megan Thee Stallion/YouTube Pressure makes diamonds, and Megan Thee Stallion’s mountain range of triumphs and tragedies inspires fans who share aspects of her story — … Read more

‘Bartlett’ – a coming-of-age book – takes readers to Solon, with space program as backdrop

‘Bartlett’ – a coming-of-age book – takes readers to Solon, with space program as backdrop

SOLON, Ohio – Jim Janson’s ability to look back – and up – set the tone for his first novel, “Bartlett,” a coming-of-age look at growing up around 1960 in Solon. Janson’s autobiographical novel keeps much of his upbringing’s surroundings real, as protagonist Jimmy Dixon becomes enamored with the nascent space program. “I call it … Read more

Britney Spears’ ex Jason Alexander could face MORE jail time for ‘stealing his landlady’s $2,000’

Britney Spears’ ex Jason Alexander could face MORE jail time for ‘stealing his landlady’s ,000’

Britney Spears’ first husband Jason Alexander is facing more time behind bars after being hauled off to Napa County on two outstanding theft charges, DailyMail.com can reveal. The 40-year-old has spent the last two months in jail in Ventura, California, after being collared sneaking into the singer’s Thousand Oaks home on the day of her … Read more

Restaurants in deep-blue cities starved for diners while Florida is feasting

Restaurants in deep-blue cities starved for diners while Florida is feasting

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! It’s famine or feast for American restaurants right now. Establishments in deep-blue cities that faced both excessive COVID-19 restrictions plus violent protests in 2020 are starved for diners, according to global data. The same source shows that Sun Belt boomtowns in Florida, Texas and Arizona are busier … Read more

All Art and Card Names from Building Worlds

All Art and Card Names from Building Worlds

The world and story of Dominaria United has now been setup ahead of the expansion’s official debut during the Wizards Presents broadcast on August 18. The Building Worlds – Dominaria United video posted on the Magic: The Gathering YouTube channel hosted by Jimmy Wong, Sam from Rhystic Studies, and members of the Magic creative team, … Read more

Joined Up Thinking by Hannah Critchlow review – the power of collective cognition | Science and nature books

Joined Up Thinking by Hannah Critchlow review – the power of collective cognition |  Science and nature books

Intelligence – at least according to IQ test scores – is declining across the globe, which won’t surprise anyone who follows the news but doesn’t exactly bode well for the continued survival of the species. What to do? One suggestion made by this book is that we all connect our brains to neural interfaces which … Read more