Literature | Apr 13, 2014
Author and illustrator Maira Kalman latest book, Thomas Jefferson: Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Everything, is a whimsical and hypnotic look into one Founding Father's life and accomplishments. By Ingrid Rojas Contreras
Literature | Apr 06, 2014
A handful of things to do for National Poetry Month. By Ingrid Rojas Contreras
Literature | Mar 26, 2014
In response to Joanna Walsh's #readwomenin2014 campaign, choose one of these books by 10 Bay Area authors to read next. By Rick Kleffel
Literature | Feb 15, 2014
The birds and bees are back at it, so why not you? Check out this selection of racy tomes with suggestions on romantic local spots in which to read them. By Ingrid Rojas Contreras
Event | Jan 16, 2014
New documentary chronicles the struggles women faced to play the instruments they loved. By Jonathan Curiel
Book Review | Jan 13, 2014
Award-winning and best-selling comic novelist Gary Shteyngart explores the often cruel humor in the American immigrant experience. By Ingrid Rojas Contreras
Literature | Jan 12, 2014
There's plenty of cruelty in the British songwriter's book, but he's unreservedly bighearted toward his favorite films, actors, TV shows and music, and he rhapsodizes over one LGBT icon after the other. By Barry Walters
Literature | Jan 11, 2014
Saturday Night Live recently announced that they were hiring Sasheer Zamata, the first black woman to join the cast in six years. Author Danielle Evans recommends a book that can give readers an idea of how Zamata might feel: Get Down, a short story collection by Asali Solomon. By Danielle Evans
Literature | Dec 18, 2013
Six gifts book lovers are sure to adore. By Ingrid Rojas Contreras
Literature | Dec 10, 2013
The ten best mind bending reads of the year. By Rick Kleffel
The author of such books as The Black Tower was best-known for her series featuring Scotland Yard detective Adam Dalgliesh.
Years after her grandfather's death, Sarah Wildman discovered letters from a young woman he'd left behind in Vienna in the 1930s. So Wildman set out to find her grandfather's true love.
Phil Klay served in Iraq from January 2007 to February 2008. He recently won a National Book Award for his collection of short stories.
Hope was a comedy trailblazer, but in his twilight years he alienated young audiences with his political views. "He had, unfortunately, stuck around too long," says Hope biographer Richard Zoglin.
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American Indian Heritage Month
KQED proudly celebrates the richness and diversity of the greater San Francisco Bay Area by commemorating American Indian Heritage Month in November. KQED Public TV 9 schedules a special lineup of programs, which are highlighted in a guide along with listings of community resources and local events.
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