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Modi on the occasion of National Youth D...

New Delhi: Addressing National Youth Day on Wednesday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said: “Today, if Indian youth are interested in technology, there is also an awareness of democracy. Today, if Indian youth have the power to work, there is also the clarity of the future. That is why, what India says today, the world considers […]

The weird, fun and fascinating stories b...

Cupertino When the town was looking for its official name in 1898, they chose to name it Cupertino Creek, nearby. The stream, in turn, had been named by Franciscan priests after Saint Joseph of Cupertino. Joseph has been said to be “remarkably clever” but able to levitate, a claim that modern historians are seriously indignant […]

Black-Owned Bee Infinite Publishing Anth...

Cover from the founders of Bee Infinite Publishing and Future Splendor Anthology Bee Infinite Publishing and CatStone Books Bee Infinite Publishing launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund three BIPOC anthologies Each project highlights the creative talents of emerging and award-winning voices living in the city of Los Angeles, across the country and abroad. – Bee […]

Preview: Catch the Fair One

Native American fighter Kali Reis plays a former boxer in search of her missing sister in writer-director Josef Kubota Wladyka’s thriller. Native American professional boxer Kali Reis is ready to rumble in writer-director Josef Kubota Wladyka Catch the beautiful, a daring thriller that IFC Films will release on February 11 in select theaters and on […]

David Oscarson focuses on Nikola Tesla

David Oscarson Nikola Tesla Limited Edition Pen Collection. David Oscarson Talk about a Renaissance man… Nikola Tesla was nothing if not multidimensional. He was a writer, inventor, scientist and engineer, obtaining more than 700 patents for his inventions. And David Oscarson pays homage to this remarkable individual in the latest of its pen collections. Nikola […]

Bring Shelley home to Horsham

Bring Shelley home to Horsham

IN 2019, to mark the 200th anniversary of the St Peter’s Fields massacre in Manchester, publisher Redwords produced a second edition of Shelley’s Revolutionary Year: The Peterloo writings of the poet Shelley, a volume that included one of his poems the most famous, the mask of anarchy. In his introduction to this edition, Paul O’Brien […]

Writer writes moving poem against right-...

As the New Year dawns around the world, Indian women have woken up to yet another heartbreaking development. Some right-wing elements in India had created an app named Bulli Bai where they had auctioned a list of names of well-established, educated and strong Muslim women. It was humiliating not only for Muslim women but also […]

Poet Maya Angelou is the first black wom...

A new neighborhood featuring legendary poet and civil rights activist Maya Angelou and other pioneer American women officially began shipping to banks on Monday, the US Mint said. Angelou is the first black woman to appear on the trimester. Maya Angelou’s drawing is the first quarter of the American Women Quarters Program, a four-year program […]

Can Christiane Taubira ignite the dying ...

In a presidential campaign dominated by a revanchist and nativist far right, the presumption of candidacy of Christiane Taubira for the Elysee has more than a hint of poetic license, of quiet rage against the dying of the left. It may also be the last chance for his dying camp to find a voice in […]

How Bob Saget balanced family comedy and...

The late comedian Bob Saget pointed out the dichotomy between his crisp TV characters and his dirty stand-up routine, saying everyone has a “dirty mind.” Saget, who played Danny Tanner on Full house and its recent sequel Fuller house, was found dead in his Orlando hotel room on Sunday afternoon at the age of 65, […]