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‘Know My Name’ author Chanel Miller has written a children’s book, ‘Magnolia Wu Unfolds It All’

Chanel Miller’s next book after her prize-winning memoir “Know My Name” will help fulfill a longtime dream to write and illustrate children’s stories.

When is St. Nicholas Day? And how did this Christian saint inspire the Santa Claus legend?

The white-bearded Christian saint whose acts of generosity inspired America’s secular Santa Claus figure is known worldwide. But Saint Nicholas’ origin story is not.

These men once relied on the Aral Sea. Today, the dry land is a reminder of lost livelihoods

Brushing the dust from his hat and lying on the floor inside his home, Ali Shadilov recalls how he and other fishermen used to laugh at town elders who warned that the enormous sea they relied on was disappearing.

From Barbie’s unexpected wisdom to dissent among Kennedys, these are the top quotes of 2023

Robert F. Kennedy Jr.'s siblings topped a Yale list of 2023’s most notable quotations with their condemnation of his presidential candidacy. Former New York Rep.

Frontier Airlines settles lawsuit filed by pilots who claimed bias over pregnancy, breastfeeding

Frontier Airlines has settled a lawsuit filed by female pilots who said the airline discriminated against pregnant and breastfeeding employees.

Top TV of 2023: 鶹ýapp’s selections include ‘Succession,’ ‘Jury Duty,’ ‘Shrinking,’ ‘Swarm’

Did you watch “Beef” yet? What about “The Bear”? It seems there’s always a show or two that maybe you’ve meant to watch and just haven’t gotten around to it yet.

Texas high school sends Black student back to in-school suspension over his locs hairstyle

A Texas high school sent a Black student back to in-school suspension for refusing to change his hairstyle, renewing a monthslong standoff over a dress code policy the teen’s family calls discriminatory.

A bedbug hoax is targeting foreign visitors in Athens. Now the Greek police have been called in

Greece’s health ministry is seeking police help against hoaxers who tried to scare foreign tourists out of several Athens short-term rental apartments by inventing a bedbug crisis.

With a kit or from scratch, you can grow mushrooms indoors at home

The saying goes there are old mushroom hunters and there are bold mushroom hunters. But there are no old, bold mushroom hunters.

Streisand talks acting, music and destiny after release of her memoir ‘My Name is Barbra’

Her book is called ‘My Name is Barbra’ and it runs nearly 1,000 pages. You expected less from Barbra Streisand?

Wikipedia, wrapped. Here are 2023’s most-viewed articles on the internet’s encyclopedia

Remember what you searched for in 2023? Well, Wikipedia has the receipts. English Wikipedia raked in more than 84 billion views this year.

Students around the world suffered huge learning setbacks during the pandemic, study finds

A new study finds that students around the world suffered historic setbacks in reading during the pandemic and even deeper losses in math, with test score decreases so wide that the United States climbed in global rankings simply by falling behind less sharply.

Prince Harry challenges the decision to strip him of security in Britain after he moved to the US

Prince Harry is challenging the British government’s decision to strip him of his security detail after he gave up his status as a working member of the royal family and moved to the United States.

A school promised not to send kids to the ER for misbehavior – but hospital trips only increased

Schools nationwide are sending children to the emergency room for psychiatric evaluations in response to misbehavior. But advocates say kids’ needs are not being met.

In some Czech villages, St Nicholas leads a parade with the devil and grim reaper in tow

In an eastern corner of the Czech Republic, St. Nicholas leads a procession of followers dressed in grim reaper and devil costumes on a journey through the village of Lidecko.

For a different take on latkes, try these ginger sweet potato pancakes with orange zest

Traditional Hanukkah latkes are pancakes made from white potatoes and simply seasoned with salt, pepper and onion.

Butter and lemon juice enrich Spanish steak sandwiches

Spaniards are not known for eating lunch on the go. But the bocadillos served at bars, cafeterias and bakeries around country are the exception to the rule.

Oxford University Press has named ‘rizz’ as its word of the year

Oxford University Press has named “rizz″ as its word of the year to highlight the popularity of a term used by Generation Z to describe someone’s ability to attract or seduce another person.

What to stream this week: Nicki Minaj’s birthday album, Julia Roberts is in trouble and Monk returns

This week’s new streaming entertainment releases include a Nicki Minaj album dropping on her birthday and the return of Tony Shalhoub’s OCD private investigator Adrian Monk with a final case.

Review: The long Kiss goodbye ends at New York’s Madison Square Garden

Say goodbye to the flesh-and-blood members of the rock group Kiss. Say hello to digital avatars of them that will keep rocking into the future.