BOOK REVIEW: 'Writings on the Wall: Searching for a New Equality Beyond Black and White' by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Raymond Obstfeld
There's no magic wand to change the things that've been on your mind lately: social issues, inequality, poverty, politics, apathy, violence. Those ills didn't arrive quickly and they won't leave quickly but, says Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, they can be repaired.
Mine, mine, mine. When you were 2 years old, that was your favorite word. Everything you saw belonged to you somehow, one way or another. And as you'll see in the new novel "You're the One I Want" by Shane ...
Speak up when something's not right, and hold your head high. Stand up for yourself and, in the new book "She Stood for Freedom," author Loki Mulholland says, stand up for others, too.
Charges dropped. You were surprised, but not surprised. You know that these days, the idea of justice can be a slippery issue that's sometimes based on all the wrong things, and in the new book "Nobody" by Marc Lamont Hill, ...
Your Mom or Dad isn't home right now. They won't be home for supper tonight, either, because they're serving their country in the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines or Coast Guard. That makes you a Military Kid, which means you ...
You never knew what you didn't have.
For the fifth consecutive year, the U.S. Library of Congress, in conjunction with a bevy of public and school libraries in the Mid-Atlantic region, is hosting "A Book that Shaped Me," a summer essay-writing contest that allows rising fifth- and ...
Always be true to yourself — unless, as in the new book "The Gilded Years" by Karin Tanabe, temporarily living a lie could change your future.
BOOK REVIEW: 'We Are Charleston' by Herb Frazier, Bernard Edward Powers Jr., Ph.D., and Marjory Wentworth
There are, say the authors, two Charlestons in South Carolina.
You’re not the only kid in the world who likes ice cream.
BOOK REVIEW: '83 Minutes: The Doctor, the Damage and the Shocking Death of Michael Jackson' by Matt Richards and Mark Langthorne
They say you’ll always remember where you were when you hear of certain tragedies, and “83 Minutes” takes you there again.
Two heads are better than one, and in the new book "Running With the Champ" by Tim Shanahan (with Chuck Crisafulli), so are four feet.
In every love life, there's always The One That Got Away. It just didn't work out then, but now…? In the new novel, "I Almost Forgot about You" by Terry McMillan, he'll never get away twice.
Analytics for basketball is a big business.
Be it ever so humble, there's no place like home.