Elizabeth and Hazel

Elizabeth Eckford and Hazel Bryan have been united for decades by a single iconic image. In it, Bryan, who is white, angrily confronts Eckford, who is black, as she tries to enter Little Rock's all-white Central High School in September 1957, one of the handful of students known as the Little Rock Nine. David Margolick examines how this historic moment, captured when each was only 15, forever changed these women's lives, charting their complex relationship, from antagonists, to friends, to wary acquaintances.

July 26: On this day in 1602 "A booke called the Revenge of Hamlett Prince Denmarke" was entered in the Stationers' Register by printer James Robertes.

Crime fiction legends Dennis Lehane and Michael Connelly discuss the new book that unites their beloved sleuths Patrick Kenzie and Harry Bosch.

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