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Feiffer joins Diane to talk about his late turn to the genre, what satire can mean for the nation, and feeling like a kid at 87.Theresa May becomes the new prime minister of Britain following the vote to leave the European Union.
A new leader in Britain and what it means for Brexit.The barbershop on North Eighth Street, which catered to black clients, was so popular that both barbers kept busy all day. A funeral was held there Saturday, with burial in the city's Restlawn Garden Cemetery."We had people standing on the outside" waiting to get in, Bennett said. Stone also was a disc jockey, first at KWKC before it went to a country format and later at KRBC.An article in the March 16, 1973, issue of the Reporter-News said Stone was the only black disc jockey in Abilene at the time.“Pride and Prejudice” may be Jane Austen’s most beloved novel. The book is called “Eligible” and it’s written by Curtis Sittenfeld, the bestselling author of “Prep” and “American Wife.” The story transports the Bennet sisters from the English countryside to the affluent suburbs of Cincinnati.In this modern retelling, barbecues have replaced balls, and texting is the preferred form of written communication.
Yet tensions over class and gender remain — along with the struggle to marry on one’s own terms — if at all. Reprinted by arrangement with Random House, an imprint of Random House, a division of Penguin Random House LLC. Eligible Jules Feiffer has been drawing and writing—comic strips, satire, children's books—since the 1940s.
Curtis Sittenfeld on remaking a classic and the enduring appeal of Jane Austen. Now in his 80s, he says some of his best work has emerged in the form of graphic novels.
As the National Parks Service celebrates its centennial year, Interior Secretary Sally Jewell talks with Diane about the future of parks, prioritizing diversity and conservation challenges as NPS looks to create the next generation of outdoor stewards.
President Barack Obama and former President George W. The presidential candidates offer reactions as well.
We discuss political leadership in a time of deep national divisions.
Sandra Bennett still proudly recalls her days in Abilene with her late husband, Curtis Stone, when the two were barbers at Stone's Afro Hair Styling Center.