Fantasy author postpones book amid racism allegations

The author of a highly-anticipated fantasy trilogy is postponing the first book as she faces allegations of racism. Amelie Wen Zhao, whose "Blood Heir" was scheduled for June, wrote Wednesday … Click to Continue » Source link

Fantasy author postpones book amid racism allegations

The author of a highly-anticipated fantasy trilogy is postponing the first book as she faces allegations of racism. Amelie Wen Zhao, whose "Blood Heir" was scheduled for June, wrote Wednesday … Click to Continue » Source link

Tennison, Norton lead 2018 All-Space Coast football selections

All-Space Coast football selections for the 2018 high school football season in Brevard County, Fla.          Source link

Brevard Women’s Center executive director Jenny Gessler retires after 25 years

When Jenny Gessler was hired in 1993, the Women's Center had a part-time bookkeeper and a few volunteers; now it reaches all of Brevard          Source link

Jacksonville's top high school sports reporter joins WJXT-4

Justin Barney, Jacksonville's top high school sports reporter, is joining News4Jax as sports editor, WJXT News Director Kathryn Bonfield announced Thursday.Barney will join the station Feb. 11 and will lead the station's sports department and coverage on all...

Legoland Sets Opening Date for Lego Movie World

The area will feature three brand-new rides. Source link

Publix issues recall for deli popcorn chicken

Publix issued a recall for its deli popcorn chicken sold over the last two weeks because of the possible presence of “foreign material.” the company said Thursday. The popcorn chicken, made by Pilgrim’s Pride, was sold at all...

Je suis Guaido? Economist endorses Venezuela coup leader with Facebook profile change

The prominent UK-based magazine Economist decided to endorse regime change in Venezuela by replacing its Facebook profile picture to its cover of self-proclaimed president Juan Guaido. Readers were not amused. Read Full Article at RT.com Source link

Venezuela sees more protests as moves against opposition leader Juan Guaido deepen crisis

New protests broke out Wednesday in Venezuela in the wake of a move by the nation's highest court to freeze bank accounts and impose a travel ban on self-declared interim president Juan Guaido. Source link

In this polar vortex, talk won’t warm ‘hearths and hearts’

What people are saying about the Arctic cold and climate change.         Source link