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Yara Shahidi doesn't use her voice just to hear herself talk

Yara Shahidi doesn't use her voice just to hear herself talk

NEW YORK — Yara Shahidi believes that all studio parking spaces should be created equal, so having to park a little further back from set would be a small price to pay in the name of inclusivity.
Online reservations for thousands of B.C. campsites set to open on March 8

Online reservations for thousands of B.C. campsites set to open on March 8

VICTORIA — Camping enthusiasts in British Columbia will be able to book summer campsites in parks across the province starting March 8.
Shopping online eases isolation for older adults

Shopping online eases isolation for older adults

NEW YORK — In November, Paula Mont did something new: The 86-year-old, who hasn't left her New Jersey senior living community in nearly a year, went shopping — online.
Del Core intros new brand with live show during digital MFW

Del Core intros new brand with live show during digital MFW

MILAN — It was a lockdown well-spent for Daniel Del Core.
Review: 'Speak, Okinawa' is a masterful memoir and more

Review: 'Speak, Okinawa' is a masterful memoir and more

“Speak, Okinawa,” by Elizabeth Miki Brina (Knopf) Elizabeth Miki Brina’s “Speak, Okinawa” is a masterful memoir in which Brina examines the complex relationship she has with her interracial parents.

Arizona city becomes latest to pass hair discrimination ban

TUCSON, Ariz. — It is now illegal in Tucson, Arizona, to enforce dress code or grooming policies that discriminate against hair texture and hairstyles in the workplace and public schools, officials said.
Greece mulls legal reforms amid high-profile sex abuse case

Greece mulls legal reforms amid high-profile sex abuse case

ATHENS, Greece — The former director of Greece’s National Theatre appeared Wednesday before a public prosecutor to respond to child abuse allegations in a case that has triggered a major political dispute and a debate on reforms needed to prosecute s
Dear Sir or Madam: Paul McCartney memoir due out in November

Dear Sir or Madam: Paul McCartney memoir due out in November

NEW YORK — Paul McCartney is finally ready to write his memoirs, and will use music — and a Pulitzer Prize-winning poet — to help guide him. “The Lyrics: 1956 to the Present” will be released Nov.
Review: New book spotlights rogue lab and a shadow industry

Review: New book spotlights rogue lab and a shadow industry

“Kill Shot: A Shadow Industry, a Deadly Disease,” by Jason Dearen (Avery) Lower back pain. Spinal stenosis. Cataracts. All those conditions are treated with drugs manufactured by compounding pharmacies.
Review: Mavis Staples' guitarist opts for garage band basics

Review: Mavis Staples' guitarist opts for garage band basics

Rick Holmstrom, "See That Light” (LuEllie Records) Mask up, plug in and rock out to a stripped-down sound.