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Here are three books to read this month, curated by the A&E staff.

A&E Book Club: Three books to read this month

April showers bring May flowers, and even though we will have to admire those eventual flowers from a safe distance while self-isolating, we can outlast April showers by curling up with a good book and a hot drink.

Writer, academic and activist Roxane Gay delivered the keynote address for the 2020 Community MLK Celebration at the Paramount Theater Jan. 23. 

Inelasticity, echo-chambers — and edibles

“I am a realist who longs for utopia,” Gay said — a statement that encompasses the struggle of wanting to compromise with those of different beliefs and not wanting to be complacent in oppression.

These music videos were a better cinematic experience than a lot of the 2020 Oscar contenders.

Movies? That’s so last decade

I’m starting to think it’s no coincidence that Oscars season and flu season have so much overlap — a kick em’ while they’re already down situation. 

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The saliva testing program is primarily intended to catch and stop potential outbreaks in the community through identification of asymptomatic carriers
Bilal Quereshi, Peter Waldman, Avijit Mukal Kishore, Rohan Shivkumar and Geeta Patel participated in the discussion panel following "Nostalgia for the Future."
In a moment emblematic of respect for abuse victims, the docuseries shows the National Domestic Violence Hotline, bold in simple white on a black background.  

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