In the early part of 2015, Schiot came across a photo of Koger sporting an Afro and added it to her social media collection
When Donny's sweet voice hit the airwaves, all conversation in the car or around the table ceased while I sang along. "And they call it puppy love."
Q: Was it an idea publishers saw the value of right away? In the new anthology The Good Book: Writers Reflect on Favorite
No group has a more fraught relationship with hair than black American women. But a new anthology on women and hair barely acknowledges the elephant in the room.
Book Review: "Martinis & Motherhood: Tales of Wonder, Woe & WTF?!" Edited by Shannon Day & Tara Wilson
This post written by Sarah Cottrell was originally published at Housewife Plus at The Bangor Daily News. If you love humor
How do we define our times? Laughter through the tears! Buck up! Stand tall! Carry on! Where does one fit into the new Spa
What do writers have to tell us about being dads? Not much, I used to think.
Alan Kaufman, the Bronx-born son of a French-Jewish Holocaust survivor, is author of the critically acclaimed memoirs Jew Boy and Drunken Angel. Kaufman's writings are subversive articulations of extreme outsiderness.
In this case, it's a beautiful winter scarf my mother gave me toward the end of her life, probably the last gift I got from her. After she died in 2004, I became more attached to it. The intensity of my feelings about the scarf surprised me.
Just as Billy Graham's influence and impact transcends religious, racial and political boundaries, so does the list of contributors to this volume as they reveal and confirm his place in history.