NPR’s Ari Shapiro talks with Dina Nayeri about her new novel, Refuge, which tells the story of an elderly man in Iran and his adult daughter in Amsterdam.
The 6-year-old children’s book character struck a chord when she debuted in the 1950s. Now a new exhibition shines a light on how Eloise came to be. (Image credit: Collection of Hilary Knight/ Copyright Kay Thompston/ New York Historical Society)
ProPublica reporter Jesse Eisinger says that the government undermines the notion of equity and fails to deter crime when it allows large corporations to settle lawsuits by paying fines.
Mat Johnson’s recent hard-drive failure wasn’t the first time he experienced data loss. This time, despite losing more work than ever before, he’s less panicked: “I can write new words,” he says. (Image credit: Katie Edwards/Getty Images/Ikon Images)
In Armstrong’s autobiography, the classically trained actor humorously makes peace with the fact that the first line of his obituary will reference his nose-picking character from an ’80s sex comedy. (Image credit: Liam James Doyle/NPR)
Visitors Invited To Celebrate National Ice Cream Day With $1 Gelato July 16 July 11, 2017 The Smithsonian’s Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden announced today the reopening of its popular Dolcezza Pop-up Café @ Hirshhorn. This unique, art-filled outpost of Washington, D.C.’s Dolcezza Gelato & Coffee is located on the …