NYPL’s List of Essential Reads on Feminism

On the 100-year anniversary of the 19th Amendment (securing some women’s right to vote in the USA, though it’s crucial to note that Black women would have to wait almost 50 years), the New York Public Library has released their list of Essential Reads on Feminism. With books and essays for kids, teens and adults, the lengthy selection includes “first-hand accounts and histories” that trace …

Our Back to School Reading List

Eight books for those missing the days when they were told what to read

Whether you’re voracious readers or simply image-seeking page flippers, the following eight books reflect some of the most interesting that have crossed our path recently. As students head off to school, we can all jump on the book-reading band wagon. Of late, we’ve also been smitten with new author Robert Moor’s engaging study on the origins of trails and we spent about as much time …

First Look at the New Steve Jobs Biopic

After helping propel the 2010 film “The Social Network” to multiple awards, top 10 lists and overall critical acclaim, screenwriter Aaron Sorkin is dipping back into Silicon Valley for his next film “Steve Jobs,” which details the life of the Apple co-founder. In the just-released trailer, we finally get a glimpse of Seth Rogen as Woz and a bespectacled Michael Fassbender dressed up (or down) …