biography

“I have heard that she was nasty to me, but she should be,” Trump told the Washington Times about Barbara Bush.
There's more to this Sufi mystic than meets the eye.
Young M.A. has made waves in the music industry because she's incredibly talented and because she's a young queer woman.
This is a work of art. A piece of genius. Brilliant filmmaking. Superb acting. It's a film that resonates. (Photo courtesy
Considering the stature of her last name, Tiffany Trump largely lived a life outside the spotlight until her father's presidential campaign this year.
Kidman brings a sweetness to the adopted mom role that resonates in all her scenes. It's as if she is floating on a cloud
The following interview first appeared in The National Book Review: In The River of Doubt, historian Candice Millard followed
Qawuqji underwent officer training at the War College in Istanbul in the early 1900s. The Ottoman government had introduced the new military school system decades earlier, in the mid-nineteenth century.
MW: Despite being a cautionary tale, Author Anonymous also comes across as a feminist statement. Anonymous is a woman who
How does a privileged young man fight for social justice, rights for labor, world peace, civil rights and a clean planet
Painter, sculptor, and accidental filmmaker Malka Nedivi's studio is an unruly treasure trove of found objects, non-traditional materials, personal narratives, family secrets, collective symbolism, dark wit, and an abiding affection for all things broken, lost, and redeemed.
It is no disparagement of James's work to basically prefer Wharton's. He is The Master, and there is no book on earth quite
We all feel our memories are fading. But that simply isn't how memory works.
He was The Greatest. And he never let anyone forget it. Muhammad Ali died a champion. Not just a sports champ, but a people's champ. He overcame diversity, racial segregation, and courageously stood up for what he believed in on countless occasions.
When she was just 26, Linn was diagnosed with cancer. But she doesn't want the disease to define her. She didn't let cancer become the end of her life and after she beat it, set out to show her 'Life AFTER Cancer' through social media
For kids who grew up in the 90s the best times in school were when your science teacher wheeled out the TV and popped in a 'Bill Nye The Science Guy' tape. We may not have admitted it back then, but everyone LOVED the Bill.