December 16, 2020
Author Sues Amazon Publisher for Selling Work Without Permission
An eBook on the Kindle app [Credit: Lena Telep] (DENVER)—Ra’mi Tiye Sekhmet is the author of the 2016 self-published book […]
November 22, 2020
Commentary: This Atlantic Writer Makes the Case for Victims
The Atlantic's Barbara Bradley Hagerty investigated the stories of sexual assault victims whose whose rape kits remained untested by police.
November 15, 2020
The Scalping Dilemma Persists Amid New Xbox and PlayStation Sales
GameStop storefront just before closing time Selden, N.Y. [Credit: André Lloyd] (NEW YORK) — Today is the day. After months […]
November 3, 2020
Space Travel Made Easy, From Your Sofa
Although the coronavirus pandemic forced The Lowell Observatory to close down, they’ve continued to engage people worldwide with interactive virtual events.
October 26, 2020
The Jazz Community Connects in New and Meaningful Ways
“It’s important for musicians to understand how to present oneself on the internet, especially during these times."