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The May 29 story "Some reading for the road," about Ricardo Marroquin and the Madison Public Library’s Dream Bus, brought back some fond memor…
NEW YORK (AP) — Roxane Gay's latest project is an imprint that will release the kinds of books she likes to read.
If you’re wondering about which elements you want in your cozy corner, @diariesofmyhome gives you a step-by-step checklist of all the things you need for a cozy reading corner. So grab a comfy chair, blankets, somewhere to put your feet up, and a little calming décor.
The Madison Public Library Board is set to decide Thursday on a plan to resume in-person book browsing and pickups starting April 19.
The company in charge of Dr. Seuss’ legacy has announced that six of his books will no longer be published due to racist imagery. The list inc…
Veuer’s Elizabeth Keatinge tells us about Hunter Biden’s new memoir, Beautiful Things.
C.S. Lewis wrote “Friendship is unnecessary, like philosophy, like art … It has no survival value; rather it is one of those things which give…
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In a reading opening Friday, each of these “Smart People” is constantly aware of how others see them. This makes the play a brilliant fit for staging on Zoom.
A new study conducted by OnePoll for Article found that of those working from home, 61 percent use their sofa as their primary workstation. Be…
"My vision is a district where all students have a guaranteed right to participate and have access for all the opportunities in Madison Metropolitan School District," Superintendent Carlton Jenkins said Wednesday.
It’s easy to nod off while reading in bed, and you don’t want to fight that — that’s why you went to bed, right? To sleep? So keep a book by your bedside that is reserved just for this time — something entertaining, something that requires little brain power. If you fall asleep in the middle of it, you can count that as a win.
American Players Theatre's performance goes live on PBS Wisconsin tonight at 7 p.m. and will be available to watch for free through July 26.
A staged reading of “As You Like It” from American Players Theatre drops this Friday and has the nostalgic appeal of a greatest hits album.