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Cool school idea 🙂
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I have a not-so-secret love of cookbooks — though, rarely, do I actually ever use them for their intended purpose: cooking. While I don’t often have the patience to regularly baste a turkey, or babysit a soufflé, or stem enough fresh thyme to meet the requirements of any recipe, what I do have the patience for is curling up with a really great book about food (and, you know, maybe a snack.) …
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Don’t mistake Trina Robbins’s gentleness for shyness. There have been many comic books with all-female creative teams since the 79-year-old writer-artist-editor came up in the “underground comix” scene of the late 1960s and early ’70s. She’s overjoyed for their success. But she wants you to know exactly where she, and the 1970 comics anthology she spearheaded, fit into history.
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Who says you can’t have more than one dream?
Not Martellus Bennett. The former NFL tight end who played for five teams in his 10-year career, including the Super Bowl LI-winning New England Patriots, now has big dreams for his second career as a storyteller.
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It’s hard to imagine a world without Harry Potter, Peter Rabbit, and Anne Frank, but these stories almost didn’t see the light of day!
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