After nearly 30 years at the helm of New York City’s Redeemer Presbyterian Church, Rev. Timothy Keller announced last week that he will be stepping down from the role of senior pastor at his church.
On the night of Nov. 9, 2016, and into the morning of Nov. 10, Twitter was inundated with parents wondering how they would explain President Donald Trump’s unpredicted win to their children when they woke up.
Award-winning actor William Daniels says he was abused by his mother as a child performer.
The 89-year-old former star of “Boy Meets World,” “St.
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Since the first “International Women’s Day” in 1911, the contributions of women and girls in every aspect of life have demanded attention.
José Alberto Gutiérrez is known as the “Lord of the Books” to the thousands of book-loving children he’s helped in Bogotá, Colombia.
The garbage collector, featured in an AJ+ video posted Monday, takes discarded books from wealthy neighborhoods and adds them to a makeshift library in his home.
For Gabourey Sidibe, weight-loss surgery wasn’t about taking the easy way out.
The “Empire” star writes about dealing with depression, anxiety and bulimia before she underwent laproscopic bariatric surgery in May 2016 in her new memoir, This Is Just My Face: Try Not to Stare.
Forget a year of reading women: What about straight-up hiding men’s words from view?
OK, that’s not exactly what Cleveland’s Loganberry Books has done to celebrate Women’s History Month, but it’s close.
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Help bring Women’s History Month to life by teaching your 5- to 8-year-old child about some amazing women from history and today.
Although women artists have been carving out a space for themselves for centuries, they still aren’t often featured in major galleries, or studied as part of the art historical canon. Which is why writer Bridget Quinn decided to collect their stories in Broad Strokes: 15 Women Who Made Art and History (in That Order).
It’s an International Women’s Day miracle! Margaret Atwood, author of the classic feminist dystopia The Handmaid’s Tale, took to the internet today bearing gifts: A new teaser for the Hulu series adaptation of the book, a takeover of the series’ Instagram account, and a Reddit AMA bursting with feminist inspiration.
For all the young readers who waited in anticipation for a letter of acceptance to the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, hopeful in spite of an awareness that it would probably never show, that dream ― or a version of it, anyway ― can now be realized.
He’s orange, he’s slothful, and he’s the hero of one of the worst-reviewed film series of the aughts.
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