Canadiens trust new coach for Game 4 against Golden Knights

The Montreal Canadiens say a change in their coaching staff midway through the playoffs shouldn’t hurt their chances of reaching the Stanley Cup final. Assistant coach Luke Richardson urgently replaced coach Dominique Ducharme on Friday, who earlier today tested positive for COVID-19 and was isolated from the squad hours before …

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Beyond digital feminism | by Jill Filipovic

On June 16, we released “How US Abortion Politics Distorts Women’s Lives in Conflict Zones,” a detailed report by Jill Filipovic, with photographs by Nichole Sobecki, on how the United States, as a major donor to aid to the world, harm humanitarian groups. ability to provide reproductive health care to …

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Authors Uncovered begins summer talks | New

Authors Uncovered, a long-standing collaboration between Wilkinson Public Library and Between the Covers Bookstore, launches its summer series with author David Gessner at the library on Wednesday from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Gessner will be reading from his latest book, “Quiet Desperation, Savage Delight: Sheltering with Thoreau in the …

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The best science fiction books to read this summer

Whether you struggled to read during the pandemic or zoomed in on your stack of books and craved more, Scientific Fridays the annual list of the best summer science books is here for you. As the world begins to open up, many of us aren’t quite comfortable traveling the way …

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