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Millennial Money: Is financial trauma holding you back from living your best life?

Millennial Money: Is financial trauma holding you back from living your best life?

Whether it’s going to bed before midnight, eating broccoli, or dealing with your finances, doing the “right” thing can sometimes feel like a herculean effort.
Ready to serve: The Barefoot Contessa's long-awaited memoir to come out Oct. 1

Ready to serve: The Barefoot Contessa's long-awaited memoir to come out Oct. 1

NEW YORK (AP) — The long-awaited memoir from Ina Garten, known to millions as host of “The Barefoot Contessa” and author of numerous cookbooks, will be published Oct. 1. The title, announced Tuesday, is “Be Ready When the Luck Happens.
Novels from Asia, Europe and South America vie for International Booker Prize

Novels from Asia, Europe and South America vie for International Booker Prize

LONDON (AP) — Novels that depict people struggling with the forces of nature, history or economics in settings from rural Argentina to Communist East Germany are among six finalists announced Tuesday for the International Booker Prize for translated
Choreographer Lorin Latarro, rock's whisperer on Broadway, gives flight to the Who and Huey Lewis

Choreographer Lorin Latarro, rock's whisperer on Broadway, gives flight to the Who and Huey Lewis

NEW YORK (AP) — The quintessential rock musical "The Who’s Tommy" is thrillingly alive again on Broadway. And just a few blocks away is a new rock show featuring music by Huey Lewis and the News.
New WIC rules include more money for fruits and veggies. They also expand food choices

New WIC rules include more money for fruits and veggies. They also expand food choices

The federal program that helps pay for groceries for millions of low-income mothers, babies and young kids will soon emphasize more fruits, vegetables and whole grains , as well as provide a wider choice of foods from different cultures.
Total solar eclipse wows North America. Clouds part just in time for most

Total solar eclipse wows North America. Clouds part just in time for most

MESQUITE, Texas (AP) — A chilly, midday darkness fell across North America on Monday as a total solar eclipse raced across the continent, thrilling those lucky enough to behold the spectacle through clear skies.
Eleanor Catton, Janika Oza shortlisted for Carol Shields Prize for Fiction

Eleanor Catton, Janika Oza shortlisted for Carol Shields Prize for Fiction

TORONTO — Eleanor Catton's "Birnam Wood" is among the five finalists for the Carol Shields Prize for Fiction.
Olympic rings for the Paris Games will be displayed on the Eiffel Tower

Olympic rings for the Paris Games will be displayed on the Eiffel Tower

PARIS (AP) — The Olympic rings will be displayed on the Eiffel Tower, organizers said in a statement on Tuesday, as the French capital prepares to mark 100 days until the start of the Paris Games.
Librarians fear new penalties, even prison, as activists challenge books

Librarians fear new penalties, even prison, as activists challenge books

When an illustrated edition of Margaret Atwood’s “The Handmaid’s Tale” was released in 2019, educators in Clayton, Missouri needed little debate before deciding to keep copies in high school libraries.
The garden's waking up again. Spring chores to tackle first

The garden's waking up again. Spring chores to tackle first

As trees, shrubs, perennials and insects enter a new phase of life in our gardens, we, too, emerge from a type of dormancy in spring, a pause from yard work. Well, buckle up, buttercups. It’s showtime. First, inspect and assess the garden for safety.
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