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Play inspired by a backyard horror

NEW Aussie play Dreams in White is inspired by story of Herman Rockefeller, whose body was found in the suburban backyard of a couple he met through the swingers’ scene.

Power and passion in stark setting

WHEN you pull a knife on someone, you best make sure you get the job done, especially if the other bloke has a gun.

Artist's mystery customer in the picture

ARTIST Tom Ferson was working his day job as a Potts Point cafe barista when he noticed "some quirky dude sitting in the corner with his headphones on".

From the cradle to the depraved

ADULT villainy is bad enough. But how much more sinister is cunning and depravity when embodied by an over-sized baby?

Zelda slays Shades, hits Opera House

IT'S the video game that spawned an illustrated guide that knocked the blockbuster novel 50 Shades Of Grey off bestseller lists.

Chai brews some Bollywood laughs

SWEEPING dance routines, colourful costumes and an intriguing mystery with a darkly comic bent - welcome to Bollywood Sydney-style.

Comic thinking outside the box

BRENT Thorpe's been getting a bit of a shock of late. And it seems to happen every time the actor and stand-up comedian turns on the telly.

Cultural diversity key to celebration

CORROBOREES, craft workshops, cultural walks, debate, discussion and a whole heap of shows - Message Sticks has come a long way from its film festival origins.

Swapping big casts for bigger role

LAST year was a big one for Christopher Stollery, one of the most consistently booked stage actors in the country.

Love's labours found in journey

IN a new exhibition opening at the Art Gallery of NSW, 11 contemporary artists are bound together by love - the theme of love, that is.

September News from the Library of Congress

News from the Library of Congress

2021 National Book Festival Starts Tomorrow!


June News from the Library of Congress

News from the Library of Congress

Celebrating Juneteenth, Pride Month, & More!


Take the Library of Congress Survey

Over the past year, like you, the Library of Congress has adjusted, recalibrated and learned. We want to continue to learn from you about what more we can do. As a friend of the Library of Congress, your feedback is critical to us as we look to the future. The Library of Congress is your library and we want to build plans based on YOU.

Please take a moment to complete the survey and share more about how you’ve engaged with the Library, what we can do better, and what more you want to see from us. No matter where you are in the country (or world!), or how you’ve connected with the Library before – we want your feedback.

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The survey will close in 10 days, so please take 10 minutes to complete it now. We look forward to sharing the insights we learn and, most importantly, using your feedback to chart the path forward.

Thanks for your time!

Carla Hayden
Librarian of Congress


Late May News from the Library of Congress

News from the Library of Congress

Library to Reopen Four Reading Rooms June 2


Library of Congress Announces Grant Opportunity to Enhance Teaching with Primary Sources

Funds Available for Educational Organizations to Create Curricula, Programming or Conduct Research

The Library of Congress today announced fiscal year 2022 Teaching with Primary Sources (TPS) grant opportunities for organizations that seek to incorporate Library of Congress resources into educational programs and materials for learners representing diverse professions and communities.

The application deadline is May 28, 2021. For more information about the application requirements and selection criteria, see the “Teaching with Primary Sources Funding Opportunity 2021” on the Teaching with Primary Sources Partner Program webpage.


April News from the Library of Congress

News from the Library of Congress

April is National Poetry Month


Celebrating Women's History Month

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Celebrating Women's History Month


Celebrating Black History Month

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Celebrating Black History Month


Help the Library of Congress Labs Team Learn How to Support Our Users

The Library of Congress’ Labs team wants to learn more about new segments of users who aren’t yet connected to our digital collections and services. 

We are specifically seeking people who use digital resources like history photos, books, documents, newspapers, music, video, maps, data or websites but don't use Library of Congress materials for the following activities. 

Formal and informal education -  K-12 teachers, guides or tutors that might use digital resources to build activities,  lesson plans, or educational games or experiences.  

Activism and community leadership - People, clergy, organizers or activists who might use digital library-like resources to inform awareness of a community, or cause, its history and relationships.

Data journalism, communications or media work -These people might use digital library-like resources and data to produce articles, visualizations, or media for general audience. People who produce data-driven stories are of particular interest.

Undergraduate creative / art studies - These people might use digital library-like resources as inspirational material or as content or material that they may re-mix or re-make through their creative work.

With the selected participants, we will carry out 1-on-1 interviews (not to exceed an hour). All work will be conducted remotely over video chat. The schedule for the interviews will be based on what works best for the participants. 

Can you connect us with anyone in your network who may want to participate? Feel free to forward this message or direct folks to this sign up form: via the online application (https://forms.gle/xiaB8Swp9VR9xL1j8). Any questions can be sent directly to me, Abbey Potter at abpo@loc.gov.  

Thank you very much for helping us make this connection! We will share the outcomes of this research publicly and it will help shape future directions of our work. 


January News from the Library of Congress

News from the Library of Congress

Inaugurations Past, Presidential Papers and Pandemic Photo Collecting


November News from the Library of Congress

November News from the Library of Congress

November is Native American Heritage Month

What started at the turn of the century as an effort to create a day of recognition for the significant contributions the first Americans made to the establishment and growth of the U.S., has resulted in a month being designated for that purpose.

The Library of Congress, National Archives and Records Administration, National Endowment for the Humanities, National Gallery of Art, National Park Service, Smithsonian Institution and United States Holocaust Memorial Museum join in paying tribute to the rich ancestry and traditions of Native Americans with this joint web portal highlighting collections, resources and events: nativeamericanheritagemonth.gov/A



Starting Today! The Virtual National Book Festival is THIS Weekend

This Friday through Sunday! The 2020 Library of Congress National Book Festival is Virtual

The 2020 Library of Congress National Book Festival is celebrating its 20th birthday this year! Join us this weekend at loc.gov/bookfest for an interactive, online celebration of American Ingenuity featuring more than loc120 authors, poets and illustrators at the first virtual event in the festival’s history. Connect with your favorite writers across all genres at our virtual “stages” including, Children, Teens, Family, Food & Field, Fiction, Genre Fiction, History & Biography sponsored by Wells Fargo, Poetry & Prose sponsored by National Endowment for the Arts, Science, and Understanding Our World.

View the full author lineup: loc.gov/events/2020-national-book-festival/authors/?loclr=ealn

Complete Your FREE Registration and Sign In Now

Create your FREE account now at loc.gov/bookfest to access on-demand videos, live author chats and discussions during the Festival weekend, Sept. 25 – 27. You’ll have options to personalize your own festival journey with timely topics, and to explore book buying possibilities through the festival’s official bookseller, Politics & Prose.


Today! A Day of Programming for Schools, Children & Teens at Home

Video interviews with popular authors of books for children and young adults, as well as two 1-hour video specials, are available for on-demand viewing starting today at 9 a.m. ET on the festival platform under the “Stages” tab. Log on at loc.gov/bookfest or view on the Library’s YouTube channel at youtube.com/loc/.

Young people can also check out the Roadmap to Reading, which features a list of “Great Reads from Great Places” – 53 books that reflect the literary heritage of the 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

Don't miss live Q&As with some of today's most popular children and young adult authors – including Chelsea Clinton and Veronica Chambers. Visit loc.gov/bookfest for a complete schedule.

Download this Learning Guide for tips and suggestions on experiencing the virtual festival all weekend long with the kids and teens in your life: loc.gov/static/events/2020-national-book-festival/documents/NBF2020-Learning-Guide.pdf


The Library of Congress Prize for American Fiction and Literacy Awards to be given at Festival

Each year we take the opportunity of the Library of Congress National Book Festival to award a series of important prizes that celebrate and honor literature and literacy. This year, Colson Whitehead, author of the Pulitzer Prize-winning novels “The Nickel Boys” and “The Underground Railroad,” will receive the Library of Congress Prize for American Fiction during the festival. The author will take part in a live Q&A event and talk about his life and work at this year’s National Book Festival, Saturday, Sept. 26 at 11 a.m. Also, five organizations working to expand literacy and promote reading will be awarded the 2020 Library of Congress Literacy Awards.

Read more: blogs.loc.gov/national-book-festival/2020/09/our-award-winners-colson-whitehead-literacy-honorees/


Watch the PBS Television Special on Sunday

Also a first in the festival’s history, the festivities will culminate with a PBS television special! Watch “The Library of Congress National Book Festival: Celebrating American Ingenuity,” hosted by Hoda Kotb on Sunday, Sept. 27, 6-8 p.m. ET/PT (check local listings and PBS streaming info).

 

 


Festival Shop

The National Book Festival may be virtual, but you can still receive actual merchandise to help capture the memories this year. Purchase swag at our on-line shop where you can also order a FREE commemorative tote bag courtesy of our media partner, C-SPAN. 

SHOP: library-of-congress-shop.myshopify.com/collections/national-book-festival

Order books by featured authors from the Festival’s official bookseller – Politics & Prose – within the online platform at loc.gov/bookfest. A limited number of signed copies are available.

The 2020 National Book Festival poster is available for download at loc.gov/programs/national-book-festival/about-this-program/poster-gallery/. Also, a printed version of the poster will be shipped to you with a donation of $25 or more to support the National Book Festival from either our official bookseller, Politics & Prose, at this location politics-prose.com/national-book-festival-donation or the Library of Congress website at loc.gov/donate/ (select "National Book Festival").


#NatBookFest - Follow & Share on Social Media

Follow our social media accounts, re-post festival info, and share your own posts about the event and your favorite presenting authors using the hashtag #NatBookFest. We’ve even created a fun Facebook frame for your profile picture to let friend know you’ll be there! (While logged into Facebook, select your profile picture > select Add Frame > search for National Book Festival Badge 2020 > select then save.)

  • Twitter @librarycongress: twitter.com/librarycongress
  • Instagram @librarycongress: instagram.com/librarycongress
  • Facebook @libraryofcongress: facebook.com/libraryofcongress
  • Festival Facebook event: facebook.com/events/492391091592698/

Thank You to Our National Book Festival Supporters

The festival is free to the public with support from our sponsors and donors including National Book Festival Co-Chair, David M. Rubenstein, Charter Sponsor, The Washington Post, Patrons, Institute of Museum and Library Services, National Endowment for the Arts, Wells Fargo, Women's Suffrage Centennial Commission, and many Friends and Media Partners. The full list can be found at loc.gov/events/2020-national-book-festival/sponsors/.

Our partners have even transformed their traditional Festival booths and are bringing you read-alongs, fun videos, author features, activities to download and giveaways — all online. Take a look at the schedule of those activities here, then log in to the platform to access them today. More: blogs.loc.gov/national-book-festival/2020/09/festival-partners-family-friendly-activities-are-back/

Please join us in thanking all of our supporters and consider making your gift to the Library of Congress at loc.gov/donate.

 


Thanks for Your Support!

Thank You!

Thank you for all you do to support the nation’s Library. With new books, films, and music arriving every day, the Library of Congress is your place to discover new ideas. Whether you support us with a gift or simply by spreading the word about what we do, you help us in our mission to connect millions of people around the world with the stories of the world’s past, present, and future.

Spread the word and encourage your friends and family to visit us online or in person and make a gift to the nation’s library today!


Make Your Gift Before We Close the Books on 2019!

Make Your Gift Before We Close the Books on 2019

The Library of Congress is your place to discover new ideas. Visit our new exhibitions, join us for our events and educational programs and participate in our activities that connect you with millions of people around the world.

Join the community of people that helps ignite the power of ideas and make your tax-deductible donation today!


TODAY: Ignite the Power of Ideas

Make Your Gift to the Nation's Library

The day has arrived—#GivingTuesday—a day when your gift makes a difference and a statement.

The Library of Congress depends on the support of people like you for its exhibitions, programs, events and activities that connect millions of people across the nation and around the world with its unique collections, experts and services.

The Library of Congress is your gateway to discovery. New books, films and music arrive every day. New research and new stories reveal themselves every day. Join us on this #GivingTuesday, December 3, to help bring new ideas and experiences to life!

Spread the word today and encourage your friends and family to make a gift to the nation’s library, your gateway to understanding the world.


Ignite the Power of Ideas

On Tuesday, December 3, we ask you to make a gift to the Library of Congress in celebration of #GivingTuesday—a global giving movement.

Your gift supports exhibitions, events, programs and activities that connect millions of people across the nation and around the world with the unique collections, experts and services here at the nation’s library.

The Library of Congress is your gateway to discovery. New books, films and music arrive every day. New research and new stories reveal themselves every day. Help bring new ideas and experiences to life with your gift this #GivingTuesday, December 3.

Save the date to make your gift and visit loc.gov to see what’s new!


News for Teachers: Change in Email Service

Hello! In order to more effectively communicate with our educator audience, we encourage you to subscribe to our regularly updated education blog, “Teaching with the Library of Congress.” If you’re not familiar with our blog, check it out here. 

This "News for Teachers" list will no longer be active, and we’ll focus our outreach efforts to you via our regular blog posts. Please click here to subscribe to the blog.

We’re grateful for your interest in our education programs and resources, and hope you continue to enjoy them in the future.

Learning and Innovation Office
The Library of Congress


Join us for our Season of Webinars

Happy Spring – the Season of Webinars.

Join us for our upcoming educator webinars.  All sessions are free and a certificate is available for those attending the live sessions where noted. 

March 26th 4 ET – Exploring Social Justice Through the Arts Part I

Hosted by Carolyn Bennett, our Music Teacher in Residence. 
The Library of Congress has over 900 WPA posters in its free-use online collection. Participants will explore ways to engage students in artistic inquiry through use of these rich primary sources, and strategies for increasing students’ capacity for personal artistic expression. Though the specific webinar content may be used in an elementary classroom or visual arts course, the strategies presented will help ALL students broadly use the performing and visual arts to explore primary sources. Certificate available for live attendance.

Register: https://locgov.webex.com/locgov/onstage/g.php?MTID=e1557046ca3b53943df04ee56638d679f

April 4th 7 ET – The American Archive of Public Broadcasting (AABP) in the Classroom

Join AAPB, LOC and WGBH education staff to learn about the collection and share resources on how to use with students. Former Teacher in Residence, Tom Bober, will share teaching ideas. Leave with knowledge of a digital and openly available online archival collection of historic public broadcasting programs that document important historical and culturally significant topics, events and people of the 20th and 21st centuries. Space is limited.

Register: https://wgbh.zoom.us/meeting/register/d5afddded61ad2c5dc2040ba88984b7b

April 16th 4 ET - Exploring Social Justice Through the Arts Part II

Hosted by Carolyn Bennett, our Music Teacher in Residence.
The Library of Congress documents over a century of folk music, including diverse recordings of familiar songs.  What can students learn about the cultural, social, and historical context of musicians by comparing these recordings?  In this webinar, participants will explore several recordings of “This Little Light of Mine” to learn how inquiry leads students to learn about music and those who make it.  Though the specific webinar content may be used in a general or vocal music classroom, the strategies presented can engage students across content areas. Certificate available for live attendance.

Register: https://locgov.webex.com/locgov/onstage/g.php?MTID=e18065cd279530569dc5a29589f4bda94

April 30th 4 ET - Creatively Exploring the 12-Bar Blues

Hosted by Carolyn Bennett, our Music Teacher in Residence. 
The 12-bar blues is a distinctively American musical form, which many diverse musicians have used to express their experiences and connect with others. Blues music provides a rich field for young musicians to create, perform, and respond. It also provides a lens to explore historical periods, and can empower students to express their own historical perspectives in an engaging, multimodal way. In this webinar, participants will experience several blues pieces from the Library of Congress. Participants will discuss how students can use these primary sources to develop musical and historical understandings, and how these understandings empower students’ own creative works. Certificate available for live attendance.

Register: :https://locgov.webex.com/locgov/onstage/g.php?MTID=ebb67ec244f884ed44ea12924542404df

We look forward to seeing you online!


Resending Reminder Announcement about Summer Teacher Institute Application Deadline

The Library of Congress is continues to accept applications for our 2019 Summer Teacher Institutes for educators interested in using primary sources with their students.  Interested applicants are invited to apply by the deadline of March 10, 2019.  More information on this free professional development opportunity for educators of all disciplines, interested in using primary sources with their students, follows: 2019 Library of Congress Summer Teacher Institutes

Immerse yourself in the practice of teaching with primary sources from the unparalleled collections of Library of Congress. Held at the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C., our Summer Teacher Institutes provide educators of all disciplines with resources and strategies to effectively integrate primary sources into K-12 classroom teaching. Each session will focus on pedagogy, with an emphasis on supporting student engagement, critical thinking, and construction of knowledge. While practicing these teaching strategies, attendees will explore some of the millions of digitized historical artifacts and documents available in the Library’s collections. They will also conduct research to identify primary sources and develop an activity related to their classroom content.

The Library of Congress Summer Teacher Institutes are appropriate for K-12 educators across many disciplines, including: Social Studies/History, English Language Arts, Science, Art, Music, or any other educators who feel that primary sources could be used with their curricula. Librarians and Curriculum/Professional Development specialists are also encouraged to apply.

Three week-long Summer Teacher Institute sessions will be offered this summer:

General Focus – open to K-12 educators across all content areas:

  • July 8-July 12, 2019
  • July 29-August 2, 2019

Science, Technology, and Engineering Focus – recommended for K-12 educators who teach science, technology, or engineering, or collaborate with those who do:

  • July 15-July 19, 2019

Institute and instructional materials are provided at no cost. Participants will be responsible for transportation to and from Washington, D.C., and any required overnight accommodations.

Applications for the Summer Teacher Institutes are due March 10, 2019 and require a letter of recommendation. Read more and apply now


Deadline to Apply for the Library of Congress Summer Teacher Institute is 3/10/19

The Library of Congress is continues to accept applications for our 2019 Summer Teacher Institutes for educators interested in using primary sources with their students.  Interested applicants are invited to apply by the deadline of March 10, 2019.  More information on this free professional development opportunity for educators of all disciplines, interested in using primary sources with their students, follows: 2019 Library of Congress Summer Teacher Institutes

Immerse yourself in the practice of teaching with primary sources from the unparalleled collections of Library of Congress. Held at the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C., our Summer Teacher Institutes provide educators of all disciplines with resources and strategies to effectively integrate primary sources into K-12 classroom teaching. Each session will focus on pedagogy, with an emphasis on supporting student engagement, critical thinking, and construction of knowledge. While practicing these teaching strategies, attendees will explore some of the millions of digitized historical artifacts and documents available in the Library’s collections. They will also conduct research to identify primary sources and develop an activity related to their classroom content.

The Library of Congress Summer Teacher Institutes are appropriate for K-12 educators across many disciplines, including: Social Studies/History, English Language Arts, Science, Art, Music, or any other educators who feel that primary sources could be used with their curricula. Librarians and Curriculum/Professional Development specialists are also encouraged to apply.

Three week-long Summer Teacher Institute sessions will be offered this summer:

General Focus – open to K-12 educators across all content areas:

  • July 8-July 12, 2019
  • July 29-August 2, 2019

Science, Technology, and Engineering Focus – recommended for K-12 educators who teach science, technology, or engineering, or collaborate with those who do:

  • July 15-July 19, 2019

Institute and instructional materials are provided at no cost. Participants will be responsible for transportation to and from Washington, D.C., and any required overnight accommodations.

Applications for the Summer Teacher Institutes are due March 10, 2019 and require a letter of recommendation. Read more and apply now


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50 Resources And Tools To Turbocharge Your Copywriting Skills

Stop wasting time and effort writing copy that falls flat. Raise your copywriting game and boost your powers of persuasion with these rich and informative online resources.

How To Build An Amazon Product Scraper With Node.js

The wealth of data that Amazon holds can make a huge difference when youare designing a product or hunting for a bargain. But, how can a developer get that data? Simple, by using a web scraper. Hereas how to build your data extraction bot with Node.js.

Eye-Tracking In Mobile UX Research

Thanks to technology, eye-tracking has become more accessible to UX research as it allows researchers to get insights about users avisual attention. This article explores the latest trends in the eye-tracking market and how the methodology can be included in the UX researcheras toolbox.

Optimizing Next.js Applications With Nx

Nx is a build framework that facilitates optimization, efficient scaling of applications, and other features such as shared libraries and components. In this article, we will be looking at how we can effectively scale Next.js applications by using Nx.

A Deep Dive Into object-fit And background-size In CSS

In this article, we will go through how `object-fit` and `background-size` work, when we can use them, and why, along with some practical use cases and recommendations. Letas dive in.

An Introduction To Quasar Framework: Building Cross-Platform Applications

Quasar is an open-source Vue.js-based cross-platform framework that allows you, as a developer, to easily build apps for both desktop and mobile using technologies such as Cordova and Electron and writing your code once. The app weall build will store and get its data from Firebase, meaning that we will also be seeing how to use Firebase in Quasar.

How To Build A Real-Time Multi-User Game From Scratch

This article highlights the process, technical decisions and lessons learned behind building the real-time game Autowuzzler. Learn how to share game state across multiple clients in real-time with Colyseus, do physics calculations with Matter.js, store data in Supabase.io and build the front-end with SvelteKit.

Respecting Usersa Motion Preferences

The `prefers-reduced-motion` media query has excellent support in all modern browsers going back a couple of years. In this article, Michelle Barker explains why thereas no reason not to use it today to make your sites more accessible.

Building The SSG Iave Always Wanted: An 11ty, Vite And JAM Sandwich

Back in January 2020, Ben Holmes set out to do what just about every web developer does each year: rebuild his personal site. In this article, he shares his story of how he set out to build his own build pipeline from absolute ground zero and created aSlinkitya.

Building An API With Gatsby Functions

In this tutorial, Paul Scanlon explains how to build an API by using Gatsby Functions and what you need to keep in mind when deploying it to Gatsby Cloud.

Smashing Podcast Episode 42 With Jeff Smith: What Is DevOps?

In this episode, weare talking about DevOps. What is it, and is it a string to add to your web development bow? Drew McLellan talks to expert Jeff Smith to find out.

Solving CLS Issues In A Next.js-Powered E-Commerce Website (Case Study)

Cumulative Layout Shift is one of the hardest core web vital to debug. In this article, we go through different tools to investigate CLS, when to use them(and when not), and solutions to some of the CLS issues we faced in our Next.js-based e-commerce website.

A Simple But Effective Mental Health Routine For Programmers

In this article, weall look at why taking care of our work-life balance is important, how to develop a simple and effective mental health routine, and the most common and efficient techniques you can use to make your custom routine.

Tips And Tricks For Evaluating UX/UI Designers

Customers may start using your app because you offer a unique product, but user experience is what makes them stay. For that, you need excellent UX designers, and the know-how to spot them when hiring.

Smart CSS Solutions For Common UI Challenges

Writing CSS has probably never been more fun and exciting than it is today. In this post weall take a look at common problems and use cases we all have to face in our work and how to solve them with modern CSS. If youare interested, weave also just recently covered [CSS auditing tools](https://www.smashingmagazine.com/2021/03/css-auditing-tools/), [CSS generators](https://www.smashingmagazine.com/2021/03/css-generators/), [front-end boilerplates](https://www.smashingmagazine.com/2021/06/useful-frontend-boilerplates-starter-kits/) and [VS code extensions](https://www.smashingmagazine.com/2021/05/useful-vs-code-extensions-web-developers/) — you might find them useful, too.

Upcoming Live Workshops On Front-End & UX (Oct 2021–Jan 2022)

Do you like a good interface design challenge? What about accessibility testing and design systems? Or maybe Next.js and advanced CSS? With our new online workshops on front-end & design, we cover all of it. Ah, and [here's what our workshops are like](https://vimeo.com/616485526).

Useful React APIs For Building Flexible Components With TypeScript

React with JSX is a fantastic tool for making easy-to-use components. Typescript components make it an absolute pleasure for developers to integrate your components into their apps and explore your APIs. Learn about three lesser-known React APIs that can take your components to the next level, and help you build even better React Components in this article.

Bridging The Gap Between Designers And Developers

UXPin has recently launched a new feature called aMergea. This tool aims to break through the chasms of design and development, all while improving the agility and quality our teams expect. This new technology may cause some rethink on how the whole design team and engineering team collaborates.

The Autofill Dark Pattern

A adark patterna is a deceptive UX pattern that tricks users into doing things they may not really want to do. In this article, Alvaro Montoro does a little experiment to find out how much privacy is taken away from users across three different browsers.

Composable CSS Animation In Vue With AnimXYZ

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Building A Static-First MadLib Generator With Portable Text And Netlify On-Demand Builder Functions

In this article, weall be building an interactive fiction experience in which a user can insert words that match parts of speech given by the content creator. Letas go!

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A Guide To CSS Debugging

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How To Build An Expandable Accessible Gallery

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How To Implement Search Functionality In Your Nuxt App Using Algolia InstantSearch

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A Time Of Transition (October 2021 Desktop Wallpapers Edition)

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Using Modern Image Formats: AVIF And WebP

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What's on TV Saturday: 'Wild Patagonia' on BBC America; 'Divas Simply Singing' on the CW

What to watch Saturday, December 4: 'Wild Patagonia' on BBC America; 'Divas Simply Singing: Raising Health Awareness' on the CW; 'A Gospel Christmas'


Guests on Sunday talk shows: CDC Director Rochelle Walensky on ABC's 'This Week'

Sunday talk show guests: December 5 : Rochelle Walensky on "This Week"; "Face the Nation"; "Fox News Sunday"; "State of the Union"; "60 Minutes"


Amazon's new comedy can't avoid 'Sex and the City.' But in key ways, it surpasses it

'Harlem,' from 'Girls Trip' screenwriter Tracy Oliver, adds new layers to the trope of four young, single women navigating life and love in New York.


Movies on TV this week: 'Patton' on Encore; 'Raging Bull' TCM; L.A. Confidential' Showtime

Movies on TV this week: December 5: 'Patton' on Encore; 'Raging Bull' on TCM; L.A. Confidential' on Showtime; 'White Christmas,' AMC; 'Jaws,' Sundance


Stunt casting in Christmas movies works. Just ask these 'High School Musical' stars

Corbin Bleu and Monique Coleman are back together for Lifetime's "A Christmas Dance Reunion" a part of a tried and true strategy to lure viewers.


What's on TV Friday: 'Eight Gifts of Hanukkah' on Hallmark; 'The Last Cowboy' on CMT

What to watch Friday, December 3: The Hallmark TV movie 'Eight Gifts of Hanukkah'; 'The Last Cowboy' on CMT; 'Dateline NBC: Murder in the House of Gucci.'


Alec Baldwin does not believe sabotage led to 'Rust' shooting

The actor also told ABC News he does not expect to be criminally charged in the death of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins.


How Nicole Scherzinger pulled off a special Ann Reinking tribute in 'Annie Live!'

Scherzinger and choreographer Sergio Trujillo explain how they paid tribute to the late Tony winner with a number she originated in the 1982 film.


Hulu pulls 'Astroworld: Concert From Hell' special after confused viewers protest

Negative social-media posts made it clear: Hulu viewers thought a local ABC station's news special was a documentary quickly produced by the streamer.


Seth Rogen was high and confused about why he was invited to Adele's private L.A. show

Actor Seth Rogen says his cameo in Adele's recent televised concert special came as a surprise, especially because he 'smoked a ton of weed' beforehand.


The major miscalculation behind 'Succession's' unspectacular season

In Season 2, HBO's Emmy-winning drama walked a tightrope of savage comedy and Shakespearean drama. In Season 3, it's lost its balance.


What's on TV Thursday: 'Ghosts' and 'United States of Al' on CBS; 'Annie Live!' on NBC

What to watch Thursday, December 2: 'Ghosts,' 'Young Sheldon' and 'United States of Al' on CBS; 'Annie Live!' on NBC; 'Music Box: Listening to Kenny G' on HBO


Podcast: David Chang gets very honest with us

David Chang discusses his new Hulu series, the future of food, how to fix restaurant working conditions, and his own anger.


'Hawkeye' Episode 3 reveals Maya's backstory. But who is her mysterious uncle?

Flashing back to Maya's childhood, Episode 3 shows why she's after Ronin. The comics suggest who her uncle is a and how he fits into the MCU.


Comedian Kathy Griffin revels in being 'cancer free' and 'uncanceled'

On Tuesday's 'Jimmy Kimmel Live,' Kathy Griffin said her cancer was gone and she celebrated being 'an actress again' after her 2017 Trump photo scandal.


Dave Chappelle's high school will still name theater after him despite student protest

The Duke Ellington School of the Arts will proceed with naming its theater after alum Dave Chappelle, despite backlash over his recent Netflix special.


Our guide to ALLBLK: A rap legend's new comedy and 9 other TV shows to stream

As MC Lyte returns to TV, we offer a guide to her new show, "Partners in Rhyme" a and nine other ALLBLK series worth a look.


'I didn't pull the trigger,' Alec Baldwin says in new interview about 'Rust' shooting

Alec Baldwin's "raw" interview, his first since the fatal shooting of Halyna Hutchins and wounding of Joel Souza on the "Rust" set, airs Thursday.


What's on TV Wednesday: 'The Wonder Years,' 'Home Economics' and 'The Goldbergs' on ABC

What to watch Wednesday, December 1: 'The Wonder Years,' 'Home Economics' and 'The Goldbergs' on ABC; 'Christmas in Rockefeller Center' on NBC


CNN suspends Chris Cuomo 'indefinitely' for advising brother amid harassment scandal

The move comes after documents in a New York state investigation "shed new light" on Cuomo's involvement in former Gov. Andrew Cuomo's defense.


Here's what happens to Dr. Oz's talk show now that he's running for Senate

"Dr. Oz" has been removed from air in two major markets, thanks to FCC rules that have affected Arnold Schwarzenegger's films and "The Love Boat."


Jussie Smollett's trial over alleged hate crime begins. Here's what you need to know

Nearly three years after he claimed he was attacked in Chicago, former 'Empire' actor Jussie Smollett is back in court. This Q&A will bring you up to speed.


Comcast, Disney reach new distribution agreement for Disney channels

Announced Tuesday, the deal keeps ESPN, FX, Disney Channel, Freeform and National Geographic channels available to Comcast's Xfinity customers.


ViacomCBS reaches deal to sell Studio City lot for $1.85 billion

Hackman Capital Partners announced it's buying CBS' Radford studio lot, home to "Seinfeld," "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" and "Parks and Recreation."


What's on TV Tuesday: 'The Flash' on the CW; 'The Voice' on NBC; 'The Bachelorette' on ABC

What to watch Tuesday, November 30: 'The Flash' on The CW; 'The Voice,' 'La Brea' on NBC; 'The Bachelorette,' 'Superstar' on ABC; 'Chucky,' Syfy, USA


CNN's Chris Cuomo under fire again for advising brother on harassment scandal

New transcripts show Chris Cuomo was more involved in helping the disgraced former New York governor navigate allegations than previously known.


'League of Legends' Netflix series 'Arcane' gets a grown-up immersive theater playpen

The Netflix series 'Arcane' comes to life in a Los Angeles warehouse transformed into the 'League of Legends'-inspired world by immersive firm Secret Cinema.


'I didn't want to be gay,' Colton Underwood says in new 'Coming Out Colton' trailer

He was known as 'the virgin Bachelor' on the hit reality TV show. Now Colton Underwood is sharing his journey coming out as gay for a new Netflix series.


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