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    Scholastic needed "a title that said 'magic' more overtly," apparently.

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    "I believe libraries and democracy go hand-in-hand."

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    An initiative called Arts Not Parts is fighting bigotry with beauty.

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    The sponsorship is intended to support the right to free speech.

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    Could brick-and-mortar be the old-new alternative to finicky streaming services?

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    This is what resistance looks like in 2017.

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    The children's book character became iconic in the U.K. and beyond.

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    The track serves as "a musical counterweight" to xenophobia, Lin-Manuel Miranda has said.

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    She's teaming up with WNYC and MoMA for "A Piece of Work."

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    We're still waiting for the day when we can major in Care of Magical Creatures.

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    The novel by an up-and-coming writer tells the story of an Indian-American family in California.

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    We support you, Margaret, in this and all Drake-related endeavors.

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    What 3D "portrait masks" of the trans whistleblower reveal about the danger of biotechnology's essentialist understanding of gender.

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    Plus, Angela Lansbury and Richard Gambon are joining the BBC and PBS project.

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    More evidence that if she'd lived today, she'd be a star "Bachelor" live-tweeter.

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    Why young women found it so easy to fall in love with Drew Barrymore.

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    Life imitating incredibly symmetrical art.

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    We are Shook-speare.

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    It's a "political" fairy tale for children.

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    Nnedi Okorafor says her novel has been optioned, and George R.R. Martin is attached as an executive producer.

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    Warning: Babies with unibrows are dangerously adorable.

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    Neethi is a 27-year-old illustrator from Bangalore who really hates group hangs.

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    Also, the piece is 30 years late. But ... cool.

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    Then one of her cityscapes that she captured while looking off the Williamsburg Bridge happened to contain graffiti “only

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    Warning: These photos will make you wildly impatient for the film’s distant release.

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    “My books will be read by millions of people!" she wrote in a journal entry.

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    Despite all the garbage going on in America, or perhaps because of it, people are turning to art for comfort and stimulation.

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    “Without freedom, China will always remain far from civilized ideals," he wrote.

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    Your cringeworthy moment of the week. Reminder: selfies destroy.

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    The Queen of Crime made her wishes very clear: less wrinkles, less pink.

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    The show earned an impressive 13 Emmy nods, one of which could go to Morano.

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    Britney Young, aka Carmen, talks wrestling, panic attacks and the lasting friendship of "GLOW."

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    In its true context, the line reads quite differently.

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    Tom Toro tells us how to create a political cartoon in 2017 while retaining some semblance of sanity.

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    The first adaptation, "Ordeal of Innocence," is slated to star Catherine Keener and Bill Nighy.

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    The internet's favorite dictionary steps in to silence sour sexists everywhere.

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    The book and show made her wonder, "What happens if I don't speak up?"

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    Fantasy and sci-fi promise limitless imagination. A litany of white, male franchise leads do not.

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    "I think he is seriously mentally ill, and the fact that he is in the White House is very frightening."

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    He said they longed for "stories that resonated for them and included them."

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    The Met shares its trove of adorable letters inspired by the beloved children's book “From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler.”

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    The artist's iconic facial hair is still, 28 years after his death, "like on a clock face."