“JF&CS will direct the grant money exclusively to support the needs of the Holocaust survivors we meet with every day,” JF&CS CEO Rimma Zelfand said in a statement. “As Holocaust survivors grow increasingly frail, many of our clients have a far greater need for care than is covered by our existing funding.”
The nation’s first presidential library was officially dedicated on June 30, 1941, in Hyde Park, FDR’s hometown located 75 miles north of New York City.
Touchstone told The Associated Press on Thursday that it will launch the Fireside series on Oct. 11 with four books, including “The Fireside Grown-Up Guide to the Hangover” and “The Fireside Grown-Up Guide to the Husband.” Four more books will come out next spring. Fireside was an old self-help imprint for Touchstone’s parent company, Simon & Schuster.
“I just have fun with it, I’m not too preachy,” he says. Plus ‘the recipes are so easy. It truly is a 15 minute meal”
“In the past several months on Weight Watchers, I have worked with wonderful chefs to make healthier versions of my favorite meals,” Winfrey said in a statement. “When people come to my house for lunch or dinner, the number one thing they ask is, ‘How is this so delicious and still healthy?’ So I decided to answer that question with recipes everyone can enjoy.”
“A good restaurant, a restaurant that becomes famous or that a community cares about — it has to do with food, but it has to do with so much more,” said cookbook author Jaya Saxena, a writer for The Daily Dot. “The things people are driven to eat are influenced by the economy, politics, immigration trends and all kinds of other things.”
Warning: This book may make you want to read a bunch of other books. Maybe even buy a comic. On my list, recommended by Mr. Gaiman: anything by Harlan Ellison, “Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell,” the “Discworld” series by Terry Pratchett, “Lud-in-the-Mist” and Gaiman’s own “Sandman” series of graphic novels.
The state library system teamed up Colorado Parks and Wildlife to launch the Check-Out Colorado State Parks program, an initiative intended to soften the barriers to entry for potential park-goers from across the state
“It has an unusual negative space,” says the author, who on email uses the names Tom Wilkinson and Stanley Easyday and prefers to be identified as O2Thief. “It couldn’t be more naked, but at the same time … ‘Who the hell is it?’ I think it’s a very powerful place to write.”