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I was crazy about cartoons when I was a child. I could never get enough of them in those pre-cable days.
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Mark Twain captivated readers in the late 1800s with the crazy adventures of Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn.
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Much of the response was angry, too. Some towns banned it, some towns burned it.
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Douglas Preston: April 25, 7 p.m., the Theater at Lackawanna College . Tickets are free with a library card from any library.
New members are welcome to join a book discussion group that meets monthly to discuss material chosen by club members.
These days, Bret Harte is mostly known for the schools named after him in Sacramento and Oakland, and – if at all as a writer – for his stories of the Gold Rush, including "The Luck of Roaring Camp."
They should make students look in new ways at art, life, politics, love and war.
The zany, madcap comedy mystery based on an Alfred Hitchcock movie of the same name, "The 39 Steps" opens Friday, April 25 at Olathe Civic Theatre Association in Olathe, Kan.
Alone in her bedroom, in her dressing gown and slippers, no make-up on - and overdosed on pills, just an hour and a half away from the end of her life.
With the proliferation of transportation apps including Uber and Lyft, it's not enough these days to provide quick and polite service.
Professor Cyrus Ernesto Ziarkzadeh discussed his new novel, "A Political Companion to John Steinbeck," at the Co-op at Storrs Center.
This Ann-Margret arrangement asks for more sultriness than technique, but in either case Miranda Kerr's attempt is not entirely satisfying.
Rumours of witchcraft swirl in the Puritan town of Salem, Mass., after a group of girls dances in the woods with a black slave.
British Prime Minister David Cameron was accused on Monday of sowing sectarianism and division after stressing in an Easter message that Britain was still a "Christian country".
This month, the American Library Association released its 2014 State of America's Libraries report , along with the 2013 list of the top 10 most frequently challenged books.
A harshly critical blog accusing Pensacola Christian College of casting out students who claimed to be victims of sexual abuse has lit a fire on social media and elicited sharp denials from the college.