Dolly Parton says she has gotten more credit than she deserves for funding the Modena vaccine but she is delighted to have played a small part.
UW-Madison, like most colleges across the country operating in the COVID-19 era, shifted to an online graduation ceremony this spring in order to protect public health and comply with a ban on large gatherings.
Joining best-selling author James Patterson in speaking at UW-Madison’s 2020 spring commencement will be UW-Madison alum John Felder, one of the primary organizers of the Black Student Strike at the university in 1969.
Among Epstein's powerful associates are presidents Donald Trump and Bill Clinton.
The best-selling author in the world said he had no choice but to come speak in Madison Sunday for the Wisconsin Book Festival.
On Monday, Oct. 8, Patterson will have two new books in stores, one for adults (“Ambush,” the latest in the series featuring New York detective Michael Bennett) and one for younger readers (“Max Einstein: The Genius Experiment"), the start of a new series that Patterson calls “the most important book I’ve ever written.”
Book lovers are trying to figure out how to fit in as many as 60 events over four days this fall.
Patterson will be in Madison for a pre-festival event on Oct. 7 at the Capitol Theater in the Overture Center in support of the first book in the new “Max Einstein” series.
Best-selling books for the week ended June 17.
In an interview with NBC's "Today Show" released Monday, Bill Clinton bristled at questions over whether he should have resigned 20 years ago over his sexual relationship with Monica Lewinsky and whether the #MeToo movement has changed his perspective. Here's a look at what happened in the interview and how social media has reacted:
There’s a need inside all of us to witness happy endings. It is perhaps the most human and honest part of who we are that revels in the victor…
A local bookstore won a grant from best-selling author James Patterson Wednesday and plans to use the money to enhance its children's section.
Let’s face it: Writers rarely get rock-star treatment. No luxury suites, teams of assistants or tricked-out tour buses. But that’s all about to change for four mystery writers, as Atria Books rolls out the Great Mystery Bus Tour, which will be stopping Tuesday at Madison’s Booked for Murder.