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BY RUISHA QIAN ANCHOR EMILY SPAIN After a long nuclear standoff and three wars in 64 years, Pakistan and India have now mutually granted one another “Most Favored Nation” status. C-SPAN has the story... “Pakistan says it has decided to normalize its trade relations with its long-time rival and neighbor India. Pakistan’s Information Minister says the cabinet has today approved the decision to give India the status of “Most Favored Nation”. That means the two countries can now trade on equal terms, giving each other low tariffs and high import quotas.” So the trade highway is now a two-way street. After all, India granted Pakistan “Most Favored Nation” status in the mid-1990s. It took Pakistan 15 years to reciprocate. An analyst tells Bloomberg the move shows Pakistan has stopped politicizing economic issues. “This marks a major shift in Pakistan’s strategy for negotiating peace with India ... Pakistan has agreed to the Indian demand that trade shouldn’t remain hostage to political disputes.” Many of those political disputes remain unresolved. Which means, there’s still plenty of opposition to normalized relations. NPR reports... “Several banned militant groups oppose Pakistan's move in view of the presence of the Indian army in Kashmir. And the decision is likely to earn the ire of right-wing religious forces in Pakistan, who are strongly opposed to normalization of relations with India.” But a retired Pakistani general tells the Zee News the move is a good strategy to prevent Pakistan from further isolation. "It's (MFN status) is a very major milestone in terms of change in the mindset of Pakistan... I think they have realised they can't have bad relations with the United States and at the same time continue to have very poor relations with India.” Many analysts laud the agreement as bringing prosperity, stability and new jobs to both nations. But the Wall Street Journal says that may not happen immediately. “It is unclear whether Wednesday's move will immediately propel trade higher, largely because non-tariff barriers to trade, such as onerous labeling requirements, could still make things difficult for exporters. A highly militarized border between the two nations—with only one major overland trade post—is also likely to continue to limit commerce despite moves to expand the capacity of customs facilities at that post.”
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BY MIKKEL NOEL LANZKY ANCHOR ANA COMPAIN-ROMERO The Syrian government has agreed to a ceasefire proposal from the Arab League. The plan contains concessions the regime had previously denied making, and could halt all violence for several months. Al Jazeera sums up the proposal: “Among the points in the plan is an immediate end to the violence, which means Syrian troops should be taken off the streets. At the same time, security forces should stop their crackdown on civilians. And thirdly, the government and opposition should immediately convene a national dialogue.” News of the ceasefire has been received with mixed emotions. NPR points out, the Syrian regime has violated such promises before: “Now, what happens on the ground remains to be seen. Just yesterday, activists reported that tens of protesters were killed in clashes with government forces in Homs, which has been the epicenter of the country's seven-month uprising [...] Another thing to keep in mind is that during this uprising, Assad's regime has promised ceasefires only to send tanks into demonstrations shortly after.” The New York Times says the agreement could pave the way for new protests -- only if Assad abides by it. “The Arab League plan calls for Syrian and international news media to have full access to the country. If the Syrian government abided by the agreement, it would basically not fire on demonstrators at all. That could open the way for massive street demonstrations like those that rocked Tahrir Square in February and brought down the Egyptian president, Hosni Mubarak, or those before, in Tunisia.” Observers worry that the acceptance of a ceasefire could just be a play for time. The Guardian writes: “Given the regime's repressive record, scepticism that such an inevitably drawn-out process would be allowed to reach fruition seems fully justified. Seen this way, the League's plan could quickly become a convenient cover, behind which the uprising would be definitively crushed.” Inside Syria, protesters on the streets keep calling for NATO to enforce a no-fly zone, but such a move - essentially requiring armed conflict with the Syrian army - has been ruled out by top NATO staff. This refusal sends an unfortunate signal to autocratic regimes, opines Commentary Magazine: “First, you’re much better off being friends with Russia and China than the West. [...] Second, joining the radical Islamic camp led by Iran is a good investment. [...] Third, the West really does care about nothing but oil. If you discount oil.” Transcript by Newsy.
8 Nov 2011
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(Image Source: The New York Times) BY DAVID EARL ANCHOR CHRISTINA HARTMAN You couldn’t talk about politics during the 2010 election without mentioning tea. The grassroots Tea Party movement claimed candidates … who won elections, and even created their own caucuses in Congress. But, as the 2012 cycle heats up, has the tea gone cold? NPR has reflections from a New York Times reporter. “The Tea Party was always going to be a phenomenon of a midterm elections ... and when you have smaller voter turnout a group like the Tea Party can have more of an influence.” The headlines agree. The Tea Party hasn’t been as big a force this election cycle. But don’t tell that to Rick Santelli. The man who some credit with the start of the Tea Party movement after a TV rant … has another rant ready … this time for CNBC. “While the vandals are on the street corners, the Tea Party Conservatives? They’re working the state houses, the governorships, the mayorships, the Senate, the House.” So according to Santelli, the Tea Party is largely silent because it did its job. It got its candidates into the halls of power. But the Daily Beast says while there aren’t the massive rallies of 2010, the Tea Party is still a part of the 2012 campaign conversation. “...while the Tea Parties may not be dictating who the candidate is this year, they certainly have dictated the issues the candidates are talking about and what they are saying, particularly in the area of fiscal restraint, free-market capitalism, and the virtues of the Tea Party’s favorite historical document, the U.S. Constitution.” And the Tea Party’s lack of active participation in picking a candidate this election cycle might be on purpose. On the topic of candidates, Tea Party leader Mark Meckler tells the Daily Caller ... “‘Nobody’s thrilled. … I’m not seeing any sort of consensus around any of the candidates because I don’t think anybody’s entirely satisfied,’ he said. Asked to name leaders that tea partiers wished would have run, Meckler mentioned Indiana Rep. Mike Pence, Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal, Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie.” But a Tea Party member tells WTSP in Tampa the thing about the party is … well … it’s NOT a party. “We’re not a national party, we’re a national movement.”
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(Image Source: MinistryofTofu****) BY REGINA WANG ANCHOR CHRISTINA HARTMAN They aren’t models for some of the most expensive names in fashion. Emilio Pucci, Zegna, Louis Vuitton, Hermes, Giorgio Armani. They are China’s top politicians, and some of its wealthiest citizens who are in Beijing wrapping up meetings at the National People’s Congress. It’s often the rich and famous who are chosen to represent their provinces, NPR reports... “In fact, the wealthiest 70 delegates are worth $89 billion. According to Bloomberg News, that's 11 times the net worth of the entire U.S. Congress, plus the U.S. president, his Cabinet and justices of the Supreme Court.” But the Financial Times says, a group of rich delegates is not a good representation of China — and it shows Chinese leaders have failed. “They have pledged to build a fairer, ‘more harmonious’ society, but the wealth gap has steadily widened during their time in office even as economic growth has averaged 10 per cent.” Critics are calling the congress meetings Beijing Fashion Week. The New York Times blog reports the meetings are also causing an angry uproar among Chinese netizens for their delegates’ extravagant tastes. “One snarky and popular blog site, the Ministry of Tofu, said the fashion parade ‘created a backlash among Chinese netizens, who usually show zero tolerance for public display of luxury goods and wealth, and sneer ruthlessly at knockoffs.’” But The Telegraph reports quotes one delegate, Chen Zhishi [pronounced “Chen Gee Shee”] of China’s Economic and Social Council, who responds to the uproar saying... "It is every delegate’s own business what kind of clothes they wear. Wearing formal dress is appropriate for this solemn occasion. But drawing attention to yourself by wearing ostentatious clothes is not appropriate."
16 Mar 2012
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BY JISELLE MACALAGUIN ANCHOR JIM FLINK The U.S. Supreme Court will soon decide whether two murderers, who were 14 years old when convicted, will spend the rest of their lives behind bars. The court heard cases Jackson V. Hobbs and Miller V. Alabama. CNN explains. “The justices seemed to find little agreement on how young is too young in these rare instances, and whether it would be cruel and unusual punishment to forego the chance that these now-adult inmates may someday be rehabilitated.” While a handful of states do not allow juveniles to be sentenced to life, the vast majority of states do as Justice Antonin Scalia pointed out. Fox News reports... “Something like 39 states allow it. I mean, the American people, you know, have decided that that’s the rule.” The inmates are now men. One case involves Evan Miller, now 23, who nine years ago robbed and beat a man before setting his trailer on fire and killing him in Alabama. The other case involves Kuntrell Jackson, now 26,who robbed an Arkansas video store while his friend shot and killed a store clerk. The Washington Post quotes a clinical psychologist from the University of Vermont, who argues juveniles act on impulse -- but learn to restrain themselves over time. “Based on the stage of their brain development, they are more likely to act on impulse, more likely to misread or misinterpret social cues and emotions, and less likely think twice, change their mind, or pause to consider the consequences of their actions.” NPR agrees, citing cases where juvenile killers have been able to change their lives after being released from prison. “... there is Raphael Johnson, who shot and killed a classmate when he was 17, but after his release got bachelor's and master's degrees with honors and started a community policing program in Detroit. Or there is Lawrence Wu, a 15-year-old New York gang member who eventually became the editor-in-chief of the Columbia Law Review. The American Civil Liberties Union says more than 25-hundred people in this country began serving a life sentence while juveniles. The Supreme Court is expected to make a decision in June. (Image Source: NPR)
22 Mar 2012
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Gay French Muslims (Our Leftist Agenda) by Sauce Magnusson Album: If I had friends, I wouldn't have a solo album I just picked images of the inter web's endless tunnels... If you own the rights an image I used and would like it changed, let me know. Lyrics: We'll take away your guns and give you gay french muslims performing pro bono abortions on your children reading from the Koran about evolution in french Speaking from the top of your community minarets Our leftist agenda will save all of you... We'll take away all your boots, pickup trucks and big ole hats And give you sandals made from hemp, bicycles and little fez caps We'll fire all your doctors and nationalize the insurance companies And replace it with ayurvedic medicine and magic crystal energies We'll get rid all televisions, so your hear more NPR, But no not when, you're driving in your cars Because you can only get around with Amtrak, unicycles, cross country skis or sledding on potato sacks tax all your money to subsidize school lunch Consisting of vegan tofu curry, and bit of Heinz ketchup You'll never have coffee in fact only green tea, On all your required substantial breaks during the 35 hour maximum work week Of course we'll trade with Cuba, but it's not so great Cause refined sugar will be as plentiful as steak both llegal along with trans fats sodium, cigarrettes and non-organic hash Oh the only meat you'll ever is lutefisk & imitation made from beans Important from Norway taxed to the extreme And you'll never have Snus, even us Swedes... Our leftist agenda will save all of you... Category: Music Tags: Satire Country Music France (Country) Leftist Political
4 Jun 2012
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Big Book of Windows Hacks - info *******bit.ly/Big-Book-of-windows-hacks Big Book of Windows Hacks is a must for any collection catering to patrons behind the novice stages. PC users who would understand the underlying power behind the Windows system will appreciate the weighty, information-packed Preston Gralla Big Book of Windows Hacks, a coverage packed with time-saving tips and hints. From how to save regularly-used searches to disabling Windows Mail's splash screen, stopping Firefox memory leaks, and backing up Vista hacks. Big Book of Windows Hacks - Book Description Publication Date: October 30, 2007 ISBN-10: 0596528353 ISBN-13: 978-0596528355 Edition: 1 Bigger, better, and broader in scope, the Big Book of Windows Hacks gives you everything you need to get the most out of your Windows Vista or XP system, including its related applications and the hardware it runs on or connects to. Whether you want to tweak Vista's Aero interface, build customized sidebar gadgets and run them from a USB key, or hack the "unhackable" screensavers, you'll find quick and ingenious ways to bend these recalcitrant operating systems to your will. The Big Book of Windows Hacks focuses on Vista, the new bad boy on Microsoft's block, with hacks and workarounds that also work for Windows XP. You can read each hack in just a few minutes, saving countless hours of searching for the right answer. The step-by-step instructions let you apply the solutions in no time. This book takes you beyond the operating system with hacks for applications like Internet Explorer 7 and Office 2007, and hardware such as the Zune, your wireless router, and the PC itself. The Big Book of Windows Hacks includes: Expanded tutorials, new background material, a series of "quick hacks", and informative sidebars Security hacks, including protection at wireless hotspots, hacking Vista file permissions and user account protection, and more Efficiency hacks, such as tweaking your PC hardware, troubleshooting hardware problems, and speeding up system performance Fun hacks, like building a custom Media Center PC or turning a PC into a digital video recorder "Beyond Windows" hacks for running Linux inside Vista, dual-booting Linux/Windows or XP/Vista, or emulate classic video games on your PC In all, this remarkable book contains more than 100 hacks so that the power user in you never again needs to be at the mercy of systems and hardware run by Microsoft's omnipotent Vista and XP operating systems. Big Book of Windows Hacks - About the Author Preston Gralla is the author of Windows Vista in a Nutshell, the Windows Vista Pocket Reference, and is the editor of WindowsDevCenter**** . He is also the author of Internet Annoyances, PC Pest Control, Windows XP Power Hound, and Windows XP Hacks, Second Edition, and co-author of Windows XP Cookbook. He has written more than 30 other books. He has written for major national newspapers and magazines, including PC Magazine, Computerworld, the Los Angeles Times, the Dallas Morning News (where he was the technology columnist), USA Today, and several others. A well-known technology expert, Preston has also appeared on many TV and radio programs and networks, including CNN, MSNBC, and NPR. In addition, he's won a number of awards for his writing, including Best Feature in a Computer Magazine from the Computer Press Association. He lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Big Book of Windows Hacks details Paperback: 652 pages Publisher: O'Reilly Media; 1 edition (October 30, 2007) Language: English ISBN-10: 0596528353 ISBN-13: 978-0596528355 Product Dimensions: 6 x 1.5 x 9 inches *******bit.ly/Big-Book-of-windows-hacks tags : Beyond Windows, book, Book Description, ebook, free download, hack, ISBN, Linux Windows, Media Center, PC, systems, video, Windows, Windows Mail, Windows Vista, XP
26 Dec 2012
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LA PR - ShapiroPR**** is an public relations firm in Los Angeles providing PR services and key access to top news outlets. Kelila Shapiro, the best publicist in Los Angeles, broad media outreach and strong professional relationships, works to create demand for your expertise, to build your brand and to distinguish your business from the thousands of competitors in national and regional markets, including Television, Print, Radio, Internet and Blogs. ShapiroPR**** specializes in lifestyle and consumer publicity accounts, PR campaigns for clients in specialties including: books, authors, experts, psychology, beauty, home, technology, legal, health, junior & baby products, fashion & accessories and family products, securing top media placements with the press, including: CNN, InStyle, Reuters, The New York Times, Glamour, AOL News, The Associated Press, Men's Health, NPR, The Huffington Post, USA Today, WWD, Life & Style Weekly, Rachael Ray, Real Simple, Yahoo News, Entrepreneur, Health Magazine, Brides, Fox News, Woman's Day, CBS News, Women's Health, ABC World News, Redbook, Good Morning America and many more! ShapiroPR**** Kelila Shapiro Los Angeles, CA 323-951-9300 *******www.ShapiroPr**** Kelila; Shapiro; publicity; advice; publicist; pr firms; pr help; pr consultant; public relations firms; advice; agency; agencies; PR LA; Orange County; agent; free press; expert publicity; small business promotion; California PR; PR agent; press; media campaign; media placement; PR services; pr campaign; public relations services; media pitching; Southern California Public Relations; promotion; social media; blogs; blogging; freelance public relations; pr consultant; media services; PR specialist; small business marketing; national pr campaign; freelance PR; marketing; experts; food and culinary press; consumer product; child and baby product; beauty PR; health PR; book PR; PR for authors; lifestyle pr; press placement; small business publicity; boutique PR; events; brand enhancement; advertising; decor; home pr; accessories pr; press release; press kit; product pr; product promotion; press kits; press release writing; interviews; beauty public relations Los Angeles;
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13 Jun 2013
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Publicist in Los Angeles - ShapiroPR**** is a public relations firm in Los Angeles providing PR services and key access to top news outlets. Kelila Shapiro's broad media outreach and strong professional relationships, works to create demand for your expertise, to build your brand and to distinguish your business from the thousands of competitors in national and regional markets, including Television, Print, Radio, Internet and Blogs. ShapiroPR**** specializes in lifestyle and consumer publicity accounts, PR campaigns for clients in specialties including: books, authors, experts, psychology, beauty, home, technology, legal, health, junior & baby products, fashion & accessories and family products, securing top media placements with the press, including: CNN, InStyle, Reuters, The New York Times, Glamour, AOL News, The Associated Press, Men's Health, NPR, The Huffington Post, USA Today, WWD, Life & Style Weekly, Rachael Ray, Real Simple, Yahoo News, Entrepreneur, Health Magazine, Brides, Fox News, Woman's Day, CBS News, Women's Health, ABC World News, Redbook, Good Morning America and many more! ShapiroPR**** Kelila Shapiro Los Angeles, CA 323-951-9300 *******www.ShapiroPr**** Publicist in Los Angeles, ShapiroPR****, Shapiro PR, PR, Kelila, Shapiro, publicity, public relations, PR advice, publicist, pr firms, pr help, pr consultant, public relations firms, Los Angeles, pr advice, public relations agency, pr agencies, PR LA, pr firms Orange County, pr agent, free press, expert publicity, small business promotion, California PR, PR agent, press, media campaign, media placement, PR services, pr campaign, public relations services, media pitching, Southern California Public Relations, promotion, social media, blogs, blogging, freelance public relations, pr consultant, media services, PR specialist, small business marketing, national pr campaign, freelance PR, marketing, experts, food and culinary press, consumer product, child and baby product, beauty PR, health PR, book PR, PR for authors, lifestyle pr, press placement, small business publicity, boutique PR, events, brand enhancement, advertising, decor, home pr, accessories pr, press release, press kit, product pr, product promotion, press kits, press release writing, interviews, beauty public relations Los Angeles, book publicist, publicist southern California, author publicity, small business promotion, small business public relations, crisis management
13 Jun 2013
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LA Public Relations Firm - ShapiroPR**** provides PR services and key access to top news outlets. Kelila Shapiro, the best publicist in Los Angeles, broad media outreach and strong professional relationships, works to create demand for your expertise, to build your brand and to distinguish your business from the thousands of competitors in national and regional markets, including Television, Print, Radio, Internet and Blogs. ShapiroPR**** specializes in lifestyle and consumer publicity accounts, PR campaigns for clients in specialties including: books, authors, experts, psychology, beauty, home, technology, legal, health, junior & baby products, fashion & accessories and family products, securing top media placements with the press, including: CNN, InStyle, Reuters, The New York Times, Glamour, AOL News, The Associated Press, Men's Health, NPR, The Huffington Post, USA Today, WWD, Life & Style Weekly, Rachael Ray, Real Simple, Yahoo News, Entrepreneur, Health Magazine, Brides, Fox News, Woman's Day, CBS News, Women's Health, ABC World News, Redbook, Good Morning America and many more! ShapiroPR**** Kelila Shapiro Los Angeles, CA 323-951-9300 *******www.ShapiroPr**** LA PPublic Relations Firm ShapiroPR**** Shapiro PR PR publicity public relations PR advice publicist pr firms pr help pr consultant public relations firms Los Angeles pr advice public relations agency pr agencies PR LA pr firms Orange County pr agent free press expert publicity small business promotion California PR PR agent press media campaign media placement PR services pr campaign public relations services media pitching Southern California Public Relations promotion social media blogs blogging freelance public relations pr consultant media services PR specialist small business marketing national pr campaign freelance PR marketing experts food and culinary press consumer product child and baby product beauty PR health PR book PR PR for authors lifestyle pr press placement small business publicity boutique PR events brand enhancement advertising decor home pr accessories pr press release press kit product pr product promotion press kits press release writing interviews beauty public relations Los Angeles book publicist publicist southern California author publicity small business promotion small business public relations crisis management
13 Jun 2013
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As one of the seven wonders of the modern world, the Great Wall of China continues to amaze. Find out what made the cement of this magnificent structure special! More on YouTube Support Sci-Wise on Patreon References (APA): Bernstein, M. & Woods, M. (2010) Revealing the Ancient Chinese Secret of Sticky Rice Mortar. American Chemical Society. Cement. (2016) Wikimedia Foundation. Chitin. (2016) Wikimedia Foundation. Granitz, P. (2014) Four Years After Earthquake, Many In Haiti Remain Displaced. NPR. History com Staff. (2010) Great Wall of China. A&E Television Networks. Melina, R. (2010) Secret Ingredient in Ancient Mortar: Sticky Rice. LiveScience. Sticky Rice Made Ancient Mortar Stronger : Discovery News. (2013) DNews. Music: 'Perspectives' -Kevin Macleod
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Rats tell a sad tale about why drug abuse is more than just "hereditary" or "voluntary". The War on Drugs is a huge failure because it does not acknowledge the user's point of view or why people would seek drugs in the first place. Find out what light rats can shed on the subject of drug abuse on this week's vid. More on YouTube Support Sci-Wise on Patreon References (APA): Alexander, Bruce. (2010) Rat Park. The Globalization of Addiction. Drugs and the Correctional System (Prisons, Jails, Probation and Parole). (2016) Drug War Facts. Jaffe, A. (2015) Addiction, Connection and the Rat Park Study. Psychology Today, Sussex Publishers. PIORE, A. (2015) Resetting the Addictive Brain. Discover, vol. 36, no. 4, pp. 40-47. Spiegel, A. (2012) What Vietnam Taught Us About Breaking Bad Habits. NPR. Wood, D. (2014) Drug Abuse and Addiction. Salem Press Encyclopedia of Health. Music: 'Furious Freak' -Kevin Macleod
16 Jan 2019
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Nothing goes better with that pile of cookies than a glass of milk. But have you wondered why that is? This week's video is here to provide the scientific answer! More on YouTube Support Sci-Wise on Patreon References (APA): Doucleff, M. (2013) Dunking Science: Do Cookies Really Taste Better Dipped In Tea?. NPR. Foley, K. E. (2016) There's a Scientific Reason Why Chocolate Chip Cookies and Milk Taste so Good Together. Quartz. McMahon, M., & Bronwyn H. (n.d.) What Is an Astringent? WiseGEEK. Wolchover, N. (2012) The Real Reason Wine Goes with Cheese Revealed. LiveScience. Music: 'Perspectives' -Kevin Macleod
16 Jan 2019
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ISUZU NPR for Sale inPompano Beach, Florida For more information, call us at: (417) 298-1389.
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+ Author : Celeste Ng (Author), Jennifer Lim (Narrator) + Format : MP3 ( without DRM – You can listen on many Other Devices ) + You will get link download from Dropbox when Completed Purchase ! + Listening Length : 11 hours and 27 minutes + Language : English A Reese Witherspoon Book Club Pick The runaway New York Times best seller! Named a Best Book of the Year by: People, The Washington Post, Bustle, Esquire, Southern Living, The Daily Beast, GQ, Entertainment Weekly, NPR, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, iBooks, Audible, Goodreads, Library Reads, Book of the Month, Paste, Kirkus Reviews, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, and many more! “I read Little Fires Everywhere in a single, breathless sitting.” (Jodi Picoult) “To say I love this book is an understatement. It’s a deep psychological mystery about the power of motherhood, the intensity of teenage love, and the danger of perfection. It moved me to tears.” (Reese Witherspoon) “I am loving Little Fires Everywhere. Maybe my favorite novel I’ve read this year.” (John Green) From the best-selling author of Everything I Never Told You, a riveting novel that traces the intertwined fates of the picture-perfect Richardson family and the enigmatic mother and daughter who upend their lives. In Shaker Heights, a placid, progressive suburb of Cleveland, everything is planned – from the layout of the winding roads to the colors of the houses to the successful lives its residents will go on to lead. And no one embodies this spirit more than Elena Richardson, whose guiding principle is playing by the rules. Enter Mia Warren – an enigmatic artist and single mother – who arrives in this idyllic bubble with her teenage daughter, Pearl, and rents a house from the Richardsons. Soon Mia and Pearl become more than tenants – all four Richardson children are drawn to the mother-daughter pair. But Mia carries with her a mysterious past and a disregard for the status quo that threatens to upend this carefully ordered community. When old family
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