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Round Rock and Leander’s ISDs to Not Receive Federal Funds for ‘Inappropriate’ Books Williamson County Commissioners voted to allocate additional funding from the CARES Act to local school districts, with the exception of Round Rock and Leander. ROUND ROCK, Texas – Williamson County Commissioners voted on Tuesday to withhold federal money from Round Rock ISD […]

Critical Race Theory in Schools: Don’t B

(pcess609 / Getty Images) I can’t think of a more encouraging development than the national parent movement pushing back awakening education. Nothing can beat organized parents to stop the erosion of fundamental American ideals like free speech or equality before the law. Fortunately, a record of early successes is rapidly building a larger movement to […]

The most surprising ways to deviate from...

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is a well-known action RPG, developed by CD Projekt Red, which draws aspects of the characters, myths and plot of the fantasy novel series The witcher by Andrzej Sapkowski. However, the game differs from the books especially when it comes to the characterization of key characters and the emphasis and […]

ACCC sues Booktopia for reimbursement of...

The competition watchdog has launched a case in Federal Court against Booktopia, alleging that the online retailer has misled consumers about their rights to obtain refunds for damaged or defective products. In 2020 and 2021, Booktopia’s website reportedly told customers that they could only get a refund or other form of repair for damaged, incorrect […]

Review in Brief: New Books by Ai Weiwei,...

1000 years of joys and sorrows: a memoir by Ai WeiweiBodley Head, 400pp, £ 25 The birth of the artist Ai Weiwei marks the beginning of his family’s misfortunes. It was 1957, the year Chairman Mao began his purge of “dissident” intellectuals in the anti-right campaign, and Ai’s father – a poet, revolutionary and Communist […]

Legal issues and librarians’ refusal to

MONKS – Some parents, community members and even state lawmakers demanding the removal from school libraries of certain books they deem inappropriate, librarians and LGBTQ youth advocates are pushing back what they see as censorship and an attack on marginalized students. And an expert from Iowa says that at least one of the disputed books […]

Abraham Lincoln indictment as “constitut

THE BROKEN CONSTITUTION: LINCOLN, SLAVERY AND THE FOUNDATION OF AMERICA by Noah Feldman, Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 368 pages, $ 30 In this bold and insightful offer, Harvard law professor Noah Feldman argues that as president Abraham Lincoln unilaterally tore up and remade the Constitution, ensuring the end of slavery but also “effectively turning himself […]

Books on Portuguese immigrants on displa...

The Hawaii Plantation Museum is hosting an event that could help residents learn more about their ancestors. Six volumes of books listing more than 22,000 Portuguese immigrants who immigrated to Hawaii from Sao Miguel and Madeira between 1878 and 1913 will be on display at the museum from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday. Kahealani […]

BOOKS: Secrets pile up in new thriller |...

All the lies begin to unravel when she takes the elevator to the 20th floor to meet her boss, Michael, for one of their all too frequent morning meetings. But Michael is dead, an apparent suicide, and Ellice, instead of calling for help, leaves. Michael is also her longtime lover. The problem, at least for […]

British Columbia allows weed stores to s...

VICTORIA – Private cannabis stores in British Columbia can now start stocking pot-themed clothing, books and other merchandise. The Department of Public Safety and the Solicitor General today announced that private pot stores can immediately begin selling ancillary items that have a clear connection to cannabis. The ministry says this includes books, clothing or artwork […]

US Libraries Report Spike in Organized A...

From calls in Virginia to burn “sexually explicit” books in a school library to a wave of protests against titles by authors ranging from Toni Morrison to Alison Bechdel, the American Library Association paints a picture of an unprecedented increase in authorizations. attempts to ban books from libraries – many of which he believes are […]

Technical leaders on books and the autho...

Jean d’Agneau | Digital vision | Getty Images The holidays are the occasion to recommend books, whether as a gift for others or for a holiday reading. Members of CNBC’s Technology Executive Council are leading efforts to transform their company’s products and services, enable an evolving hybrid workforce, and protect us from hackers, but we’ve […]

Book Interview: Christina Riggs | Times...

What kinds of books inspired you as a child?I devoured both fiction and non-fiction, thanks to the public library. I would have liked to know the title and the author of a biography of Marie-Antoinette, written for children, which I have consulted several times. It made history come alive – and something the girls were […]

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Books to break down barriers: Interlink ...

In the late 1970s, Michel Moushabeck came to the United States to study history at New York University, fleeing war-torn Beirut and the Lebanese Civil War. It was, he recalls, “quite an eye-opening experience,” and he says he “immediately embraced American values ​​like free speech and democracy.” But Moushabeck, the founder and publisher of Interlink […]

Baillie Gifford Prize Awarded to Empire ...

Patrick Radden Keefe’s investigation of the Sacklers, the dynasty whose company Purdue Pharma sold the painkiller OxyContin that allegedly fueled the opioid crisis in the United States, won the Baillie Gifford Prize of £ 50,000 for non- fiction. Keefe, who said he was subjected to surveillance and threats of legal action while writing Empire of […]

Stephanie Grisham says ‘paranoid’ Trump

Stephanie Grisham, then White House press secretary, and Donald Trump, then president. Chip Somodevilla / Getty Images Former White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham appeared on CNN this weekend. She said Trump had organized off-book meetings, the content of which was unlikely to have been recorded. His comments come as the Jan. 6 commission seeks […]

Knights of Columbus volunteers send stur...

The prayer books, blessed by Archbishop Timothy Broglio of the Archdiocese for military service, will be distributed to active-duty military personnel serving the United States around the world. Volunteers and select Knights of Columbus servicemen delivered the first of 100,000 copies of a new edition of a prayer book for military personnel to the Edwin […]

Sally Rooney’s Israeli publisher continu

Irish writer Sally Rooney’s Israeli publisher said on Sunday he would not stop selling his titles even after two major bookstore chains took them off their shelves in protest at his criticism of Israel. The 30-year-old author of three novels said last month she could not partner with a Hebrew publisher who “does not publicly […]

Passaic Election Superintendent seeks co...

Passaic County Election Superintendent Shona Mack-Pollock on Tuesday locked hundreds of electronic ballot books inside the voting machines; now she is asking for a court order to get them out again. The poll books, which are new technology for the state as of this election, are intended to be secured and carried in designated carrying […]

Texas lawmaker investigates books in sch...

A Texas lawmaker has launched an investigation into the books Texas school districts have on their shelves. The 16-page list of 850 book titles was sent to the Texas Education Agency along with Texas Schools. In a letter, State Representative Matt Krause asked districts if these books were on their shelves. Krause’s letter states that […]

Louise Erdrich’s “The Sentence” consider

Who among us hasn’t, in some sense, stolen a corpse and accidentally smuggled crack cocaine across state lines? This is a question you will ponder as you read Louise Erdrich’s “The Sentence”, a haunting novel that begins with a crime that would seem to defy “relativity” but becomes a practical metaphor for the moral crimes […]

Amarillo Area Schools Must Report Race a...

AMARILLO, Texas (KAMR / KCIT) – Some schools in the Amarillo area were among those asked to browse their shelves for books on women, people of color, LGBTQ + people and health by a Texas lawmaker and report by November 12. However, with both the motives surrounding the survey and the consequences of not responding […]

The FIA ​​brings together five officials

LAHOR: The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) arrested five men – including officials from the Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (Ogra) – and registered two separate cases against two oil marketing companies (OMC) – Fossil Energy Pvt Ltd and Askar Oil Services Pvt Ltd – for their involvement in the June 2020 fuel crisis. The agency […]

Letter: HB 1775 similar to burning histo...

House Bill 1775 is a disguised book-burner law, and makes it legal to fire teachers and librarians who break the law by exposing the painful reality of Oklahoma’s racist past. If HB 1775 remains legal, it allows many to assume, unless they read or learn differently, that we fateful whites have done nothing wrong. Truly? […]

Texas lawmaker investigates 850 race and...

A Texas Republican lawmaker has launched an investigation to identify books in libraries and public school classrooms on topics of race or gender that could “make students uncomfortable.” State Representative Matt Krause, a Republican who chairs the Texas House Committee on General Investigating, sent a letter Monday informing the Texas Education Agency of the investigation […]

Nevada Pounds set a state monthly salary...

Nevada Sportsbook took in $ 786.5 million in sportsbooks in September. It seems like a lot, but how big? “ “This represents an all-time record [for Nevada], breaking the previous record of $ 659.6 million in October 2020, ”Michael Lawton, senior economic analyst for the state’s Gaming Control Board, sent VSiN shortly after the monthly […]

Terrible, horrible, not good, very bad p...

October 26, 2021 October 26, 2021 Once upon a time there was a little rabbit who wanted to run away. So he said to his mother, “I’m running away. “If you run away,” her mother said, “I’ll run after you. Because you are my little bunny. “If you become a fish in a trout stream,” […]

Book Interview: Anna Katharina Schaffner

What kinds of books inspired you as a child?I loved tales with positive transformations at their core – tragicomic tales in which imperfect heroes and heroines overcome their inner demons, generally (but not always) emerging wiser and happier. that of Maurice Sendak Where the wild things are is a. Another is Ronja, the thief’s daughter, […]

You Season 4: What Happens Next In The B...

Clues to the plot of You Season 4 may well derive from what happens next in the eponymous book series given the Netflix show’s ongoing ties to its source material. Caroline Kepnes’ story of twisted obsession consists of three books to date: “You, “”Hidden bodies, “and the recently released”You love MeWhile there are glaring differences […]

A complete and exciting dive into the li...

OSCAR WILDE: A LIFE by Matthew Sturgis, Knopf, 864 pages, $ 40 Oscar Wilde’s birthday is October 16, 1854, and there’s an easy way to celebrate and give yourself a gift: Get a copy of Oscar Wilde: A Life by Matthew Sturgis, an authority on the 1890s whose previous work focused on artists Walter Sickert […]

Gillespie Macandrew Law Firm Reports Inc...

Gillespie Macandrew, Managing Director, Robert Graham-Campbell: “We delivered another round of strong financial results. Photo: Simon Williams The company said the initial 2020 lockdown was almost exactly aligned with the start of its fiscal year. Revenue for the year ended February 28, 2021 was £ 13.5million, up from £ 14.4million the year before. Bosses said […]

Obsolete election, payroll laws stay on ...

“Yes, Mississippi,” said one lawmaker sarcastically when it was pointed out that Mississippi is one of only three states where a run-off general election is required if a candidate for a government-wide office. State does not get a majority vote in the first election. In all US states except Georgia, Louisiana, and Mississippi, the person […]

Best Selling Books: 10/17/2021 | Living...

Northern Michigan Hardcover fiction 1. “Cloud Cuckoo Land” by Anthony Doerr, Scribner, $ 30 2. “The Lincoln Highway” by Amor Towles, Viking, $ 30 3. “Apples Never Fall” by Liane Moriarty, Henry Holt & Company, $ 28.99 Pocket fiction 1. “The Silent Patient” by Alex Michaelides, Celadon Books, $ 17.99 2. “Anxious People” by Fredrik […]

Two new books explore the impact of acce...

October 16, 2021 The exponential age. By Azeem Azhar. Diversion books; 352 pages; $ 28.99. Published in Great Britain as “Exponential”; Random business from home; £ 20 Human borders. By Michael Bhaskar. MIT Press; 432 pages; $ 29.95. Bridge Street Press; £ 20 Masters of scale. By Reid Hoffman with June Cohen and Deron Triff. […]

Texas Books Controversy: School Administ...

During a training session last week, a school administrator from Carroll ISD in Southlake, Texas attempted to counsel elementary teachers on how to follow the new district guidelines for auditing books. The guidelines were issued in an attempt to align with a controversial Texas law that seeks to restrict discussion of race and history in […]

Tennessee judge charged with inventing u...

Judge of Tennessee Donna Scott Davenport faces further criticism after discovering she illegally sentenced children to prison terms by creating bogus laws that don’t exist in Tennessee. According to WREG and ProPublica, Judge Davenport, a Rutherford County juvenile judge, instituted a policy in 2016 that all children accused of crimes should be treated in the […]

Four Signs Brian Laundrie Was ‘Addicted’

BRIAN Laundrie’s social media feeds are full of weird artwork and creepy messages that detectives say may offer clues to his state of mind. Months before embarking on a journey through the haunted country with his fiancee Gabby Petito, he shared his love of haunting imagery, twisted novels and witchcraft-inspired pages. 11 Brian Laundrie uploaded […]

Woodlands volunteer helps return old boo...

Karla Oubre didn’t expect to become the unofficial historian in residence at the Interfaith Hand Me Up boutique in the spring, but after identifying the original owners of two old books, the title seems to fit. Oubre has volunteered at the store for about 10 years since hearing her sister-in-law talk about her volunteer experience […]

The bad bank will help banks clean their...

Many things have been tempted by the government and the Reserve Bank to deal with the bad debt problem that has plagued India’s banking system for a long time–from recovery courts to the mechanism for the sustainable structuring of stressed assets–but with little success. The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code implemented five years ago was widely […]

Did the zodiac killer take inspiration f...

It looks like one of the scariest criminal cases in American history has finally got answers. A group called Case Breakers have reportedly identified the mysterious Zodiac Killer as Gary Francis Poste. The notorious criminal has remained at the center of countless investigations and documentaries. Its influence even then spread to pop culture like movies […]

“The purge of books is an attack on acad

Prof. José Maria Sison. (Photo from José Maria Sison’s Facebook account) By ANNE MARXZE D. UMILBulatlat.com MANILA – Progressive educators have said the purge of books from university libraries is a clear attack on academic freedom. The Congress of Teachers / Educators for Nationalism and Democracy (CONTEND) released the statement after some universities reportedly released […]

Katy ISD cancels the author’s visit; Bo

KATY MAGAZINE NEW October 5, 2021 By Natalie Cook Clark Katy ISD has canceled an author’s visit due to parental concerns. Now, award-winning books by New York Times best-selling author and illustrator Jerry Craft have been withdrawn from school libraries pending official review. Of JerryCraft.com Author Jerry Craft Talk canceled Many Katy’s Grades 3 through […]

New laws came into effect in October

A slew of new laws came into effect this month, including the biggest Florida minimum wage hike in state history. Floridians earning minimum wage saw a 15% increase on Friday from $ 8.65 to $ 10 an hour, marking the first step in a multi-year trip to $ 15 an hour by 2026 . The […]

Southern Arizona Authors Write Memoirs, ...

– Christine Wald Hopkins “Falling illuminated blue sky” By Meg Files. Finishing line press. $ 14.99. “Don’t write about dead dogs or new babies / I tell my students. Or for God’s sake / rainbows… ”writes Meg Files, in a bright and thoughtful, but also engraved and ironic poem that includes – among other things […]

Spencertown Academy Book Festival Featur...

CHATHAM, NY – Former UN worker Jill Kalotay loves books. The same goes for the 2,000 people and volunteers who attend the Spencertown Academy Arts Center annual book festival. Too many for the current climate, the 16th festival will spend a second year online. If you are going to Spencertown Academy Arts Center 2021 Virtual […]

Marina Times – Marina Books Inc. bestsel

Hardcover fiction 1. Beautiful people where are you? : a novel, by Sally Rooney 2. The magician: a novel, by Colm Toibín 3. The invisible life of Addie Larue, by VE Schwab non-fiction hardcover works 1. Spirits of San Francisco: Journeys through the Unknown City, by Gary Kamiya 2. Madhouse at the end of the […]

The Day – Laurette Klier from Lyme recog

Laurette Klier from Lyme was named the winner of the Maude Prize for her “Nana’s Books” project, aimed at lonely and isolated seniors during the COVID pandemic. Klier, a former educator, was frustrated with the lack of quality materials with which to engage her stepmother Mary, 89, who was living in memory care with Lewy […]

7 Crimes: the authors present the new se...

. The first album, titled ). Thanks to the publishing house, we had the opportunity to participate in a meeting with the authors dedicated to the press, during which they talked about how they worked on this project. Katya Centomo – “7 Crimes” is a series in seven volumes and starts from a strange idea: […]

The Sea Care Foundation distributes 50,0...

A non-governmental organization, Sea Care Foundation, distributed 50,000 notebooks and 15,000 pens to public and private schools in five local government areas in Kogi State. This effort was to complement the Kogi State Government’s effort to improve basic education in the state. Speaking during the official report of the distribution of notebooks and pens to […]

The Utah Daily Column | Books Unite Us,...

The J. Willard Marriott Library at the University of Utah is celebrating Forbidden Book Week this year by hosting events to honor the theme, “Books Unite Us.” Censorship divides us. After a wave of challenges and attempts to ban books across the country, the American Library Association launched Forbidden Books Week in 1982. Held in […]

Mom criticizes school board for licensin...

Through Ryan foley, Christian Post reporter | Monday, September 27, 2021 Stacy Langton, the mother of a student at Fairfax High School in Fairfax County, Va., Reads aloud the sexually explicit content of two books handed out to school district libraries during a school board meeting in Fairfax County, September 23, 2021. | Screenshot: YouTube […]

5 new books by Cape Cod & Islands author

“Building Provincetown: A Guide to Its Social and Cultural History, Told Through Its Architecture,” by David W. Dunlap (Provincetown Arts Press, 2021) This is a new color edition of Dunlap’s in-depth and fascinating look at Provincetown. The book includes prose, images from dozens of local photographers, maps, and hundreds of stories to reveal the background […]

“School owners who frequent pirated book

Managing Director, NCC, John Asein, • The NCC is working on a regulatory framework for printers and book sellers The Nigerian Copyright Commission (NCC) has hinted that it is working on a new regulatory framework for book printers and booksellers to ensure they operate within the law. Speaking on behalf of the Director-General of the […]

Another race track goes down in the hist...

Arlington Park will get the lion’s share of attention from the horse racing world on Saturday. He’ll get that no-stakes race attention on his nine-race card. And many will do so with tears in their eyes. Arlington Park crowds like this have made the Arlington Million one of North America’s must-see summer races. The 94-year-old […]

Feather River College celebrates Forbidd...

What is Henry David Thoreau Walden and that of John Steinbeck Grapes of Wrath have in common? They were both forbidden literature at the same time. Feather River College is celebrating Banned Books Week from September 26 to October 2 by providing information and making available titles that were on at least one list of […]

Far-right group wants to ban children fr...

Textbooks on Martin Luther King Jr. are too “divisive,” says a conservative group at the center of a battle against the Tennessee book ban. A story about astronomer Galileo Galilei is “anti-church”. A seahorse picture book is too sexy. As the school year resumes, latent textbook feuds have returned to a boil. In some schools, […]

Namibia: AG Blasts NSFAF Books, Student ...

Auditor General Junias Kandjeke has once again scorned the books of the Namibia Student Aid Fund for the fiscal year ended March 2020, but the fund has refuted some of the concerns. The NSFAF again obtained an unfavorable audit opinion from the Attorney General. An adverse opinion is a professional opinion expressed by an auditor […]

Another university removes NDFP books fr...

THE PURGE CONTINUES: Isabela State University campuses are removing from their libraries all the books of Jose Maria Sison, founding president of the Communist Party of the Philippines, and the textbooks of the National Democratic Front of the Philippines. The purge, which began on September 1 at Kalinga State University, is supposed to “protect” students […]

Which schools are prohibited from teachi...

The New Hampshire legislature has passed legislation that includes new curriculum bans applicable to K-12 educational programs. Although an effort has been made by the authors / supporters of the law (HB2) to appear non-discriminatory, educators are not fooled by these efforts. In essence, public schools, state agencies, and state contractors are now effectively prohibited […]

Back to the future, with books instead o...

Do you read historical fiction to immerse yourself in an alternate reality? Imagine what past lives might have looked like? To find links with the present? Your answers to these questions will determine your reaction to THE WOMEN OF TROY (Doubleday, 304 pp., $ 28), the last part of the new feminist version of “Iliad” […]

OzAsia Festival Announces New Writing an...

September 21, 2021 @booksandpublishing OzAsia Festival has launched a new writing and ideas program, In Other Words. Held annually in Adelaide, the OzAsia Festival runs from October 21 to November 7, with In Other Words taking place on the festival’s closing weekend (November 5-7) at the Dunstan Playhouse at the Adelaide Festival Center. The program […]

Liane Moriarty: “I’m sure my books are p

THEIane Moriarty has the Midas touch when it comes to attracting A-listers. The novels of the Australian author Big little lies and Nine Perfect Strangers became the gold of prestige drama, adapted respectively into a series of Golden Globes and a main event Hulu. Even the biggest names don’t have to ask twice. “I’m so […]

Raise-a-Reader: Afghan family embraces c...

Breadcrumb Links New “I always tell my friends to go register with Canucks Family Education. It’s not just about education, it’s about emotional support. For those who come from abroad, for someone who is a refugee or an immigrant, everything is there. – Mahrukh Barakzai Author of the article: Shawn conner A teacher gives a […]

Books blaming Jews for COVID sold in chu...

Many anti-Semitic titles were sold in a beatification ceremony, the first step towards holiness, of two Catholic figures revered in the main church in Warsaw last week, Alger reported. Titles included The scum and the Jews in today’s Poland, Judeopolonia II – Anatomy of enslaving Poland and Homoterror. Additionally, there were books that blamed Jews […]

Guebert: Four books that touch the heart...

Writers write, according to some poets, to make themselves immortal. True or not, it was true for this writer because it’s an unforgettable line, maybe even immortal. Most of the time, however, writers write under duress; they see a story that needs to be told and they take paper and verbs to tell it. Below […]

Salem Gebil | The revolution will not b...

Thursdays back. Flashback on Fridays. Return on Wednesdays. If you’re active on social media, chances are you are familiar with the popular trend of revisiting or recreating things from the past. Revisiting our past can bring comfort and warmth, especially when the present seems so uncertain. We tend to romanticize the story by focusing on […]

Discover the latest books from the Jervi...

The Jervis Public Library, 613 N. Washington St., is once again open to the public! Face masks and social distancing are mandatory. Library hours are 8:30 am to 7:30 pm Monday through Thursday; 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Friday; and from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday. The library has 110,000 books; nearly 20,000 […]

Four books that touch the heart, the min...

Writers write, according to some poets, to make themselves immortal. True or not, it was true for this writer because it’s an unforgettable line, maybe even immortal. Most of the time, however, writers write under duress; they see a story that needs to be told and they take paper and verbs to tell it. Below […]

BOOKS | NOTICE: Harrow

By Joy Williams; Alfred A. Knopf (224 pages, $ 26) Good thing this book is short, because if there was a lot more of its crazy shine, a reader’s head might just explode. In “Harrow,” Joy Williams, who has the sad distinction of being a writer and writer, but one of the best, created a […]

Bombay HC orders policeman to buy law bo...

The Aurangabad bench of the Bombay District Court (HC) recently ordered the Vasmat Nagar Police Station (SHO) in Hingoli District to purchase law books relating to various crimes for the post of police after being arrested for failing to respond to a court inquiry in January 2021. The court requested information on the police response […]

Repeal Idle and Disorderly Crimes from t...

I listened to Radio One in Kampala on July 16 when members of the Ugandan Law Reform Commission held a topical discussion titled “Criminal Code Law Review”. They presented recommendations from the Commission on offenses such as rape, murder and idleness and disorder. They asked for the opinion of the listeners on the subject under […]

Rats Digest Law Books in Small Causes Co...

MUMBAI: The covid-19 lockdown may have blocked the rat race among humans, but not the rats who rushed to anything edible as Librarian at Bandra Small Cases Court in Mumbai l ‘discovered with horror. The librarian who resides near the courthouse went to check his library just a few days ago to see books being […]

Former Mayor of Allentown on Prison Life...

The former mayor of a Pennsylvania town serving a 15-year prison sentence for public corruption told a newspaper his life behind bars was “a bit like being a mayor but for a lot less money.” Former Allentown Mayor Ed Pawlowski spent more than a year in a low-security prison camp in Danbury, Connecticut, following his […]

Court of Appeal dismisses Nandlall’s cla

Yesterday, the Guyana Court of Appeal (CoA) dismissed Anil Nandlall’s appeal in the “case law reports” after finding that Acting Chief Justice Roxane George SC was justified in refusing to ” interfere with the decision of magistrate Fabayo Azore on November 23, 2018 to cancel a request for dismissal presented on his behalf. The ruling […]

Bride is furious after sister-in-law boo...

An outraged bride took to Reddit to reveal that her “self-centered” sister-in-law had her cesarean delivery scheduled for the same day as her wedding day. In the post, user ginnywhatchoowannado recounted how her younger sister-in-law intentionally tried to ruin the bride’s wedding. After getting engaged to her husband last November, the couple announced their engagement […]