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Why kids are hitting the pandemic wall

After almost a full year of grappling with the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic, including nearly nine months of virtual school, 11-year-old London Loree simply has had enough. Enough of Zoom classes and technology fails. Enough of social distancing. Enough of all of it. Her focus is waning. School, something she loves, has become a…MORE

Why Women’s History Month is in March

March is National Women’s History Month, but since women are pretty historic year-round, it begs the question: Why March? Is this month significant to women’s history, or is it just an arbitrary month on the calendar? The answer involves a little bit of history and a little bit of coincidence. From day to week to…MORE

Jason Sudeikis and nominees who nailed the whole virtual Golden Globes thing

The mostly virtual Golden Globes has come to an end. But our memories of it will last…until next year. For now, we honor those who captured the weird spirit of this year’s ceremony. Jason Sudeikis, fashion realist “Ha” and “ha” to all the celebrities who coughed up thousands of dollars to glam themselves up to…MORE

Chloé Zhao makes history at Golden Globes

Chloé Zhao has made Golden Globes history. Zhao, who directed “Nomadland,” is the first woman of Asian descent and second woman ever to win the best director award in the Golden Globes’ 78-year history. “This award belongs to the whole ‘Nomadland’ team,” Zhao said. “Thank you, everyone who made it possible for me to do…MORE

Read the full text of Jane Fonda’s powerful speech at the Golden Globes

It’s common for the winners of the Cecil B. DeMille Award to walk down memory lane discussing their numerous career highlights. But actress Jane Fonda took a different tack when she accepted the prestigious lifetime achievement award at the Golden Globes Sunday night. Fonda began by exalting storytelling as an art form and praising the…MORE