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Queues Dead Poet Society on Netflix
Go ahead, get a few.
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"From the beginning of our country’s founding, movement for Black Americans has been systematically controlled and limited."
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Pour yourself some hot cocoa, break out the V-day chocolate, and wrap yourself up in one of these blissful happily ever afters.
Which Book-To-Screen Castings Were So Perfect, You Felt Like You Were Literally Watching A Book Unfold In Front Of You?
Forget the film overall — which book scene did an adaptation really nail?!
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Kids deserve to be authentically themselves at all times.
There are so many wonderful historical romances, it's hard to know where to start. Julia Quinn shares some of her favorites.
Add these to your reading list ASAP.
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Sandy Rogen's Statement About Seth Rogen's Upcoming Memoir Is, Maybe, The Most Mom Thing Of All Time
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Netflix Just Dropped A First Look At "Shadow And Bone," And I Can't Wait To Yell About This Adaptation
I'm going to need this now, please and thank you.
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A lexicographer and publishing intern are linked across centuries in this sharp-witted, big-hearted story of meaning and purpose that lovers of language will relish.
Claudia Oshry Has Little To Say About Her Mom But A Lot To Say About "Cancel Culture" In Her New Book
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"For the first time in my life, I was looking at other bodies that resembled mine. That alone felt revolutionary."
11 Movies And TV Shows That Were Perfect Adaptations Of Their Books And 11 That Just Totally Missed The Mark
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Unless you live under a rock, you should be able to pass this quiz.