“These are the books that all modern Shakespeare texts are based on,” says Jay Moschella, the library’s curator for rare books. “They’re extremely valuable and we’re one of the few places that has them. They’re one of the great cultural treasures of Boston.”
“My Own Words,” a collection of the justice’s writings, comes out Tuesday. It’s a sort of greatest hits album. It’s also her first book since joining the court more than two decades ago.
“It is definitely possible to live large but on a small footprint without cramping your style or budget,” she said in an interview.
For TV’s “The Chew” co-host, cooking at its best is an act of love and personal fulfillment, something she learned from her mother and grandmother
“The one time he cooked for me, it was awful. It was salty, cream of wheat, gushers lined up on a plate as garnish,” Ayesha, 27, said in an interview Tuesday. “It was cute, but I couldn’t eat it.”
The new “Atlas Obscura” book offers a sampling of 700 of the website’s 10,000 curious attractions, from a pile of rocks in Butte, Montana, that makes bell-tone rings when struck with a hammer, to the skulls and body parts on display at Philadelphia’s Mutter Museum.
“I used to eat a lot of packaged, low-calorie diet foods. I would buy the low-calorie frozen dinners all the time and just a lot of processed foods and once I started eating all these plants and vegetables, I just found my mental energy was much more clear, I could focus on my work, I felt happier, I felt less anxious. For me, it was really discovering that I felt so crummy for a long time and I realized I could eat much more of this food and maintain my weight and have more energy.”
A Superior man has been convicted of investment fraud after convincing a man to invest $250,000 in a book series described as a western-themed “50 Shades of Grey.”
“He was embarrassed that he took them,” Anita Thompson told The Associated Press on Thursday, noting the deep respect her husband had for Hemingway’s work. “He wished he hadn’t taken them. He was young, it was 1964, and he got caught up in the moment.
“The irony to me is that the ‘mitten’ of Michigan will probably not need mittens this winter,” she said. “They’re the one spot along the border, really, that is predicted to be relatively mild.” Cold temperatures also are expected for the rest of the country, but not as cold as the norm, with wet weather in California and Florida.