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K. A. Neely’s Newly Released “Murder on the 16th Green” Is a Gripping Murder Mystery Featuring a Pet Store Owner Turned Press Sleuth Racing to Clear Her Father’s Name

“Murder on the 16th Green”, from Christian Faith Publishing author K. A. Neely, is an absorbing murder mystery thriller featuring Morgan Langdon, a blessed young woman. Her life is abruptly turned..
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Cathedral's Stations of the Cross to be Illuminated in Light and Sound

The Kentucky Symphony Orchestra teams up with the St. Peter in Chains Cathedral Choir for the North American premiere of Via Crucis by Paweł Łukeszewski. The frescos adorning the walls of the..
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Taylor Mac Delivers Strong Message of Unity in Over-The-Top 'People Have The Power' Performance on 'Late Show': Watch

Presenting a peak of their expansive, Pulitzer Prize finalist show 24-Decade History of Popular Music, performance artist Taylor Mac...
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Nicole Carroll Named to Pulitzer Prize Board

USA TODAY editor in chief Nicole Carroll joins the Pulitzer Prize Board.
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Blackface: A cultural history of a racist art form

With the recent controversy over Megyn Kelley's remarks in which she questioned why wearing blackface on Halloween was offensive, "Sunday Morning" contributor and WCBS anchor Maurice DuBois looks at..
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Margo Jefferson on the history of black performers wearing blackface

As a theatrical art form that began in the 19th century, minstrel shows featured white performers wearing blackface to evoke stereotypes. But African-American performers have also worn blackface when..
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Can Andy Lack Survive Atop NBC News After Megyn Kelly Debacle?

can andy lack survive atop nbc news after megyn kelly debacle?
With NBC officially pulling the plug on “Megyn Kelly Today” after just over a year, new questions are emerging about NBC News chairman Andy Lack’s leadership and what increasingly looks like his..
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Wall Street Journal Taps Jackson Hole Realtor Latham Jenkins for Expertise

Wall Street Journal turns to an established Jackson Hole real estate agent Latham Jenkins for insight on experiential living opportunities in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. JACKSON HOLE, Wyo. (PRWEB)..
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The ‘lost’ works Pulitzer Prize winner discovered by UI prof

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — What started as a simple archival search has turned into the discovery of a lifetime for Zachary Turpin. Turpin, an assistant professor of American literature at the University of..
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Men Join the Conversation at Power Women Summit, Nov 1-2

men join the conversation at power women summit, nov 1-2
Gender equality is a men’s issue. Diversity in leadership benefits men just as much as it does women, and the numbers back it up. According to Joanne Lipman’s best-selling book, “That’s What..
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2018 W. Eugene Smith Grant in Humanistic Photography Presented to Mark Peterson for Exploring Modern-Day American Confederacy and White Nationalism

Fellowship to Sarah Blesener, Special Awards to Enayet Asadi and Monika Bulaj; The 2018 Howard Chapnick Grant Presented to Pete Brook; Marwan Bassiouni Receives First Annual W. Eugene Smith Student..
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‘Jimmy Breslin Way’ Honors Pulitzer Prize-Winning Writer

Jimmy Breslin Way honors the legendary newspaper columnist and author who died last year at age 88.
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Three Pulitzer Prize-Winning Historians Aim To Put American Politics In Context

In new books, Doris Kearns Goodwin and Joseph J. Ellis — also Jon Meacham whose tome hit shelves in May — aim to contextualize or contrast the Trump era with the leadership of previous presidents.
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Colson Whitehead's Jim-Crow era novel "The Nickel" to be published in July 2019

Colson Whitehead, an Oprah pick and Pulitzer winner for 'The Underground Railroad,' has another novel about racism due in 2019, 'The Nickel.'
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Annie Leibovitz and James Comey Headline the Distinguished Speaker Series November 2018 - May 2019 SABAN Theatre in Beverly Hills

Already well established as a Southern California cultural institution, the Distinguished Speakers Series of the Westside has again lined up an all-star array of presenters for the upcoming 2018-19..
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Mia Farrow on Her Time With Woody Allen: ‘It’s Not All Black or White’

mia farrow on her time with woody allen: ‘it’s not all black or white’
Despite her contentious relationship with her ex Woody Allen, Mia Farrow says in a new interview published Wednesday that she has tried to move on. “I reached a place many years ago where I just..
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FMCSA Deputy Administrator to Speak at Women In Trucking Accelerate! Conference

The Women In Trucking Association (WIT) has confirmed that deputy administrator Cathy Gautreaux of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) will discuss the safety mission, how that..
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Doris Kearns Goodwin on how Americans can weather a crisis

Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Doris Kearns Goodwin says she is often asked if we are currently in "the worst of times." She offers some lessons from history about what makes our union stronger.
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