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WeDC Fest is in the books: What worked and what didn't in the first year

The inaugural WeDC Fest didn't draw the crowds that organizers ... Despite efforts to market the event, there seemed to be a lack of awareness of this year's festival, possibly due to the fact that it ... read more

The Bible’s Contradictions About Sex

And she does say the sorts of things in this book—about premarital sex and abortion and gay ... Ruth took this advice, resting with him until morning after first “uncovering his feet” (in Hebrew, ... read more

Pennsylvania Game Commission didn't track royalties from oil and gas drilling, audit finds

"To do our best for Pennsylvania's wildlife and citizens, we must work as efficiently and effectively as possible," said the commission's executive director, Bryan Burhans. "Nearly all the ... read more

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Salman Rushdie at OZY Fest: My New Book Knew Trump Would Win — Even Though I Didn't

While Rushdie says he’d be happy for the book to be adapted into any format — including a Broadway musical — we checked in with him at OZY Fest in New York’s Central Park about his most recent work .. ... read more


‘Chronicles of Prydain’ Movie in the Works at Disney (EXCLUSIVE)

The final book won the John Newbery Medal, given by the Association for Library Service to Children. Sam Dickerman is the Disney executive on the project, which has not yet been set with a producer, ... read more

Q&A: Komatsu commits to Milwaukee, Harbor District for long term

Koetz on March 22 spoke in detail about the planned project, which is to break ground later this year, at the Milwaukee Business ... with the Harbor District and expanding the work we do with FIRST ... read more

NASA Is Recruiting Women to Stay in Bed for Two Months

There are lots of ways that space enthusiasts can contribute to our understanding of the solar system beyond our planet: You could become an astronaut, of course, or work in engineering ... of ... read more

“I didn’t do myself any favors”: David Cross talks racism and comedy

Sometimes it pops in your head completely formed, and sometimes it’s very ill-formed and you gotta work it out ... I remember when they made the first [Onion Comedy & Arts Festival] announcement. Then ... read more

Is Japan really racist?

For the first time in my life, racial differences stopped being something I thought about abstractly and started being something I confronted daily. It got me thinking about the different forms racism ... read more

WeDC Fest is in the books: What worked and what didn’t in the first year

The inaugural WeDC Fest didn’t draw the crowds that organizers expected, but it may be a good down payment for a festival that could eventually evolve into an event reminiscent of Austin’s megapopular ... read more

Medieval Medical Books Could Hold the Recipe for New Antibiotics

If the situation does not change, it is estimated that such infections will kill 10 million people per year by 2050 ... the Latin “Lilium medicinae,” first completed in 1305. It is a translation of ... read more

‘The Bachelorette’ Finale Recap: Rachel Lindsay Makes Her Final Decision

This was truly a “three-hour finale event,” as Chris Harrison informed us several times within the first few minutes as if to insinuate ... And with that, another season of “The Bachelorette” is in ... read more



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