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1. “Little Fires Everywhere” by Celeste Ng (Penguin) 2. “Where the Crawdads Sing” by Delia Owens (G. P. Putnam’s Sons) 3. “Little Blue Truck’s Springtime” by Alice Schertle (HMH Books for Young Readers) 4.
Feds deny claims of misconduct in college admissions case

Feds deny claims of misconduct in college admissions case

BOSTON — Federal prosecutors denied allegations that investigators deliberately withheld and fabricated evidence to entrap actress Lori Loughlin, her fashion designer husband, Mossimo Giannulli, and other prominent parents charged with cheating the c
VIRUS DIARY: `The most Passover of Passovers I've ever had'

VIRUS DIARY: `The most Passover of Passovers I've ever had'

NEW YORK — Every year, it’s the same. I return to my childhood home in Phoenix for Passover, my favourite holiday, with my parents, sisters and our family friends, the Zvidas. For a quarter century, the Arbel-Zvida Seder has been my constant.
CBC launches $2 million fund to support Canadian creators during COVID-19

CBC launches $2 million fund to support Canadian creators during COVID-19

TORONTO — CBC is launching a $2 million fund to support Canadian creators during the COVID-19 pandemic.
How do Broadway stars cope with silent theatres? They sing

How do Broadway stars cope with silent theatres? They sing

NEW YORK — The coronavirus silenced Broadway. It could not silence two of its rising stars.
Jim Nantz adjusting to not calling Final Four, Masters

Jim Nantz adjusting to not calling Final Four, Masters

Jim Nantz couldn't figure out why he was getting text messages from friends about the 1986 Masters, unaware it was the first of eight Masters being shown during a second week in April unlike any other. That was his first Masters for CBS Sports.
Jim Nantz adjusting to not calling Final Four, Masters

Jim Nantz adjusting to not calling Final Four, Masters

Jim Nantz couldn't figure out why he was getting text messages from friends about the 1986 Masters, unaware it was the first of eight Masters being shown during a second week in April unlike any other. That was his first Masters for CBS Sports.
Lockdowns mean millions of women can't reach birth control

Lockdowns mean millions of women can't reach birth control

JOHANNESBURG — The callers were in tears.
Q and A: Experts discuss some key COVID-19 concerns

Q and A: Experts discuss some key COVID-19 concerns

With COVID-19 now impacting the lives of Canadians on so many levels, people across the country are seeking answers to numerous important questions they have about the novel coronavirus.

Easter festivities may be scaled back, but it can still be a fun holiday

With Passover here and Easter weekend at hand, there is a markedly different feel to the proceedings this spring. Scratch plans to have the extended family over for a big meal. The Easter egg hunt in the local park is off. Forget about a parade.