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5 New Hampshire hikes with views of lakes

Gorgeous trails and rustic huts and campgrounds might be just right for a summer 2020 getaway.

She starred in ‘Fresh Prince of Bel-Air,' and now she writes films and books about Black achievement

Karyn Parsons founded the non-profit Sweet Blackberry, devoted to bringing little-known stories to children.

The stories behind our weird COVID dreams? They’re now a book

A Harvard researcher has surveyed 9,000 people since the pandemic began.

Casper ter Kuile on finding resilience in rituals

The podcast host's new book explores how we can use rituals to learn about ourselves and the world around us during an uncertain time.

Comedian Eugene Mirman on grief, food, and life with a toddler in quarantine

The voice of Gene Belcher on “Bob’s Burgers” has been documenting his quarantine cooking on social media.

Phantom Gourmet ‘on hiatus’ following co-host’s remarks on Black Lives Matter protests

Phantom Gourmet has been placed “on hiatus pending further review” after a number of posts deriding the ongoing protests against police brutality and systemic racism on the personal Facebook account of Dave Andelman, the show’s CEO and co-host, circulated across social media.

Poems of provocation

Massachusetts-based poet, professor, and scholar Cameron Awkward-Rich will perform a 15-minute set of spoken-word poetry on June 11 at 6 p.m, live streamed on Split This Rock's YouTube channel.


6 free and low-cost virtual summer camps for kids

From coding to activism to opera, these summer camps are offering summer activities for kids online or by phone