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If the kids don't leave Tom Sawyer Days wet and muddy, Sandusky County Parks District Program Coordinator Jeanne Dietrich said they missed out.
George Bailey's unlikeable grandson will get a visit from his guardian angel/aunt in the sequel.
Gallegos, 29, maintains a hobby of hand-sculpting aluminum foil figurines based on his imagination and characters from historical and popular literature and television and film.
In 1993, Lois Lowry wrote a slim book for youth about totalitarianism, euthanasia, suicide, sexual awakening and infanticide.
Like the old Classics Illustrated line, which adapted the classics of literature to comics form, Catherine Ingram's new "This Is..." line brings the world of high art to the comics medium.
Warren Buffett and Bill Gates are big fans of an out of print 1960s business book.
'Lobster Rolls of New England: Seeking Sweet Summer Delight' Written by Sally Lerman, 'The Lobster Gal' at lobstergal.com.
GOLAM Mostaqim, a former secretary to the Government of Bangladesh passed away on July 11. He was 61. Mostaqim was extremely accessible, friendly, candid, honest, and unpretentious.
The beauty of weaving an anti-fracking agenda into a work of fiction is that drilling for natural gas can be demonized without a burden of proof.
Revel in the literary embarrassment with New York's "Best Story Hour" , as Naked Girls Reading presents AWKWARD.
In the latest episode of the Futility Closet podcast, we follow postal enthusiast W. Reginald Bray as he sends bowler hats, seaweed, his dog and even himself through the British mail.
James Baldwin's written works made him an important spokesman of the Civil Rights Movement.
JANE AUSTEN: Born in 1775 in rural Hampshire, England to a lively literate household, Jane had only a few years of formal schooling but was a precocious writer; at age 14, she completed a novel, Love and Friendship, a rather sophisticated satire of popular romantic fiction.
AMC, which has produced Breaking Bad and The Walking Dead , has announced that it will make a new martial arts drama, Badlands, loosely based on one of the four classics of Chinese literature - "Journey to the West".
Those were the days, that glorious time when high culture used to matter, and the CIA and the KGB fought cold wars about it.
Just as Tracy Chevalier pilfered Vermeer's 'Girl with a Pearl Earring' and Proust purloined the artist's 'View of Delft', so Donna Tartt appropriated Fabritius's 'The Goldfinch' - set to be Booker-longlisted this week - as her inspiration.
While I was at Readercon , I had a chance to sit down with the Washington Post's Pulitzer Prize winning critic Michael Dirda to talk about science fiction and fantasy.
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 12:03 am
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