Is ‘The Big Life’ the new ‘Lean In’ for millennial women?

NEW YORK, March 30 — On a windy winter Thursday evening, six women clustered around a table in the airy, modern Manhattan apartment of Ann Shoket, the former editor-in-chief of Seventeen...

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Stephen King in US$5m lawsuit over ‘Dark Tower’ series

NEW YORK, March 29 — Horror writer Stephen King is being sued by the comic book creator of The Rook over his Dark Tower series. In the lawsuit filed, King is being sued US$500 million...

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John Lydon, angry older man, reflects on life as an angry young man

NEW YORK, March 29 — The wild-eyed rock star who first came to prominence telling his listeners that they had no future has been spending a lot of time lately thinking about the past. John...

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John Oates releases his first memoir, ‘Change Of Seasons’

LOS ANGELES, March 29 — American musician and songwriter John Oates (born in 1948), best known as half of the rock/soul duo Hall & Oates, is peddling his own perspective with a new...

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Book fans go online to promote reading among Singaporeans

SINGAPORE, March 28 — Two individuals are creating waves online through their social media accounts by enthusing about the literary hobby of reading, following an inaugural study last year...

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‘The Outsiders’, celebrating 50 years, retains its impact today

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Norman Podhoretz still picks fights and drops names

Goldie announces upcoming memoir

Nobel laureate poet Derek Walcott dead at 87

George Osborne named editor of London’s Standard newspaper

Chelsea Clinton to release children’s book on inspirational women

Long-lost Jules Verne manuscript reveals 80-day dash ‘was timed to last minute’

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