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The Grand County Commissioners will conduct a public hearing regarding a special use permit for a marijuana cultivation facility near Granby. The board will consider the application on Tuesday, July 22, in the Grand County Administration Building in Hot Sulphur Springs. The Grand County Planning Commission denied a special use permit for the same applicant, Kevin Speier, during its July 9 meeting. Speier had applied for a special use permit to grow recreational marijuana in the former Mountain Parks Electric warehouse building north of the intersection of U.S. Highway 40 and U.S. Highway 34. …
The South African Nobel laureate was an associate of Nelson Mandela's, and while she was never imprisoned, several of her books were banned by the government. She died Sunday at the age of 90.
After Harper Lee wrote To Kill A Mockingbird, she became a recluse and lived with her sister, Alice, in Alabama. Reporter Marja Mills uses rich detail to provides glimpses into their twilight years.
Virginia furniture owner John Bassett III was determined to beat out foreign competitors. Author Beth Macy documents him, and the collapse of the U.S. furniture industry, in her new book, Factory Man.
The National Literacy Trust commissioned 50 artists to paint benches with scenes from famous books and placed them around London for the summer.
She lived in a country where people suffered because of the color of their skin. And she had a knack for saying just the right thing to inspire us to stand up for all the world's needy souls.
Gordimer found her central theme exploring the human effects of racial injustice, but her work continued long after South Africa's apartheid regime had ended.
Joan Rivers’s “Diary of a Mad Diva,” No. 7 on the hardcover nonfiction list, is filled with the author’s brand of rapid-fire politically incorrect jokes.
A classicist tries to unravel the enigma of Seneca, the Stoic philosopher who tutored the emperor Nero.
A holiday near the Mediterranean leads to disaster for a doctor and his celebrity patient in this novel by the author of “The Dinner.”
In this first novel, a girl adopted from China finds it difficult to situate herself in American life.
Matthew Gavin Frank’s wide-ranging book explores an amateur naturalist’s compulsion to understand the mystery of the giant squid.
A Hasidic girl and a West Indian boy fall in love and face the consequences in this young adult novel.
In this young adult novel, a teenager takes on an identity much like his girlfriend’s for an online role-playing game.