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Girl Meets World

Paulina Chávez explores new worlds in a new world of her own.

By Paula Chin

With networks and streamers competing for product, the market for books — yes, those printed works of fiction — is booming like never before.

Reporter-producers covering the primaries for CNN proved their mettle over eight nonstop months. They all just happen to be women.

A producing pair peers into the future, where love collides with logic.

A creator sets his new show in the region he calls home.

Bent on improving Black lives, a creative couple expands their media outreach.

Abubakar Salim works to control his own narrative.

Proud New Yorker Paul Rudnick puts his fellow “elites” front and center for HBO.

The tenacity of Mary Richards — who’s still tossing that beret in syndication — inspired girls to follow their professional dreams. Newswomen consider the influence of Mary Tyler Moore’s iconic character.

Lockdown leads to love stories — and savvy safety solutions.

As mouthy Maysa and mysterious Marcia, an actress turns heads in disparate roles.

A sidewalk sign leads to acting class — and a commitment to a whole new career.

An NBA great and an all-star production team give graduates reason to cheer.

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