‘Crazy Rich Asians’ Locations You Can Visit In Real Life

This has been the summer of Crazy Rich Asians. Everyone seems to be reading Kevin Kwan’s best-selling novel in anticipation of the film adaptation, which is set to hit theaters on Aug. 15. While the characters are fictional, most of the places they visit in the book are real. From popular Singapore attractions to gorgeous vacation…

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Philip Roth Once Torched Donald Trump In The Most Literary Way

Literary giant Philip Roth’s critical comments about President Donald Trump are being remembered following the author’s death at the age of 85 on Tuesday.In a January 2017 interview with The New Yorker, Roth described Trump as “just a con artist” while comparing him with the leading character Charles Lindbergh in his 2004 novel “The Plot…

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It’s Now Up To Senate Moderates To Save The Supreme Court

In light of Donald Trump’s nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to serve on the Supreme Court of the United States, this is a plea to the principled and moderate Republican and Democratic members of the United States Senate. Senators such as Susan Collins (R-Maine), Heidi Heitkamp (D-N.D.), Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska) and Joe Donnelly (D-Ind.) must…

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Does My Disease Need A Name?

Priscilla Frank/HuffPost Excerpted from Sick: A Memoir.About midway into the winter the “offness” confirmed itself. Ryan and I had begun drinking and smoking again. Those habits were coupled with extreme poverty ― weeks where my adjunct salary and his Citigroup temping meant $10 between us for groceries. We’d decided to move out of the tiny Park…

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Stephen King Has Some Advice On How To Deal With Trump Supporters

Horror novelist Stephen King is no fan of President Donald Trump. King is even among those who’ve been blocked by the president on Twitter.  But he’s calling on his readers to “stay friendly” with relatives who support Trump.Here’s his advice on handling those relationships:  Got friends and relatives who voted for Trump? Stay connected, stay friendly, and remember…

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