Langston Hughes

Art collective raises money to renovate Langston Hughes' house in Harlem

The Harlem brownstone in which poet Langston Hughes spent the last 20 years of his life is now empty, unoccupied and in disrepair. But that may change soon. The I, Too, Arts Collective hopes to raise money to renovate and lease the home to create a space for emerging artists in the neighborhood that inspired Hughes’ work.

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On the Books: P.D. James says she's solved real-life murder case; Morrissey autobiography finds U.S. publisher

The Skull Beneath The Skin

The worlds of fiction and non-fiction are colliding – author P.D. James believes she’s solved a cold case. Meanwhile, fans of Morrissey in the U.S. may finally be able to get their hands on a copy (for less than the inflated prices of copies shipped from the U.K., anyway). Those headlines and more below:

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