The return of the study group in “Community,” the battle of the Norse gods in “Ragnarok,” and the TV version of John Green’s “Looking for Alaska.
Fluid identity, power dynamics in high school, and an ugly and awkward but real side of a relationship.
The New York Senate seat race begins. Vote for Payton Hobart!
“I must use my voice, because it’s the only thing you have when someone is larger and more powerful than you.”
Tahereh Mafi’s “A Very Large Expanse of Sea” is one of the most perceptive stories in YA fiction.
This is a country of questions or maybe just one question. Why?
Hypnosis, historical fiction, and a Sherlock-like case in “Freud.”
“I drift off to sleep thinking of my cousin and me, of humanity and its problems, of oceans and islands. I imagine both of us, patron saints of nothing.”
Vatican scandals, college days, and a war on a galaxy far, far away. Here’s our Top 10 Geek list for this month’s best TV series.
The best lies always begin in the truth. Ella Cleary has a rare ability: she could see colors that reveal people’s true emotions. Her world is set on taking care of her grandmother who has the same rare medical condition. Her dream of traveling around the world just a fantasy. But when a young journalist…