The alluring legacy of “Alice in Wonderland”

The origins of Alice’s Fall in Wonderland are explored in an exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London.Artwork by Peter Blake / Courtesy of the Victoria and Albert Museum Lately, when I can’t sleep, I grab a book from the couch and turn on a reading lamp. Insomnia is …

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Literacy Achieves hosts a children’s book drive on Saturday

500,000 lb race with Orion Jean (left) Literacy Achieves is hosting a children’s book drive on Saturday, and their goal is to collect and distribute 5,000 new and lightly used books for children in their programs. The non-profit organization strives to equip non-English speaking adults and their young children with …

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The Lubeznik Center will present 2 other authors via Zoom on July 15th

The Lubeznik Center for the Arts’ “Once Upon a Thursday: Author Readings” will continue via Zoom on July 15, with readings by Rick H. Jones and Paul Marshall. The readings will be presented from 6.30 p.m. to 7.30 p.m. To register and see the readings, click on this link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/once-upon-a-thursday-authors-reading-on-zoom-tickets-156961210205 …

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Vietnam: Prominent Free Novelist | Human Rights Watch

(New York) – The Vietnamese government should immediately release dissident writer and novelist Pham Chi Thanh and drop all criminal charges against him, Human Rights Watch said today. Police arrested Thanh, 69, in May 2020 and charged him under article 117 of the penal code, which criminalizes the possession or …

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