The Oasis, which started shipping this week, is meant to be a luxury e-book reader — a solid, top-of-the line device, when money is no object. It’s designed strictly for reading, without Facebook, streaming video and other distractions common on full-functioning tablets.
“Female Force: Elizabeth Warren” tells the true-life story of Warren’s rise from Oklahoma schoolgirl to U.S. senator and champion of the liberal wing of the Democratic Party.
“It’s the first time we have something empirical in our hands,” said Finkelstein.
Billed as the most extensive museum exhibition devoted to the Nobel Prize winner’s life and work, “Ernest Hemingway: Between Two Wars,” enjoyed a three-month run at New York’s Morgan Library & Museum last year.
“They’re in this short attention span stage of life,” she said in a recent interview. “Our best communications happen in text. It’s kind of that irritating motherly voice that we know and love, but at that stage in life they really don’t like to hear it.”
“Smuggling cannabis was a wonderful way of living — perpetual culture shock, absurd amounts of money, and the comforting knowledge of getting so many people stoned,” Marks told the Observer newspaper last year.
Mays will be leading several free workshops at distinctive Aurora destinations on Sunday afternoons throughout April in an effort to honor the national designation and provide a creative spark for budding metro area scribes
“Were we moving forward or backward?” she writes. “Did today’s young women have more freedom than their mothers to shape their sexual encounters, more influence and more control within them? Were they better able to resist stigma, better equipped to explore joy?”
Both books were best-sellers that attracted some controversy and helped lead to future releases. But from their opening sentences, “The Art of the Deal” and “It Takes a Village” signaled sharply contrasting styles and backgrounds for this year’s top presidential contenders.