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Walking along a cobbled alley, I come a across a Victorian pet shop with a huge snake in the window.
The world is finally getting a glimpse at the magical trailer for Mudbloods , a documentary about the UCLA Quidditch team's fight to make it to the Fifth Annual Quidditch World Cup, held in New York City.
Novelist and longtime Scotland resident J.K. Rowling did not mention national security issues when she recently donated 1 million pounds to the Better Together Campaign, which wants Scottish voters to reject the independence option in the Sept.
Does reading Harry Potter make you more TOLERANT? People who identify with the main characters are not as prejudiced against minorities They strongly identified with the character Harry Potter, who stands up for minority groups such as house elves and muggles, in the novels J.K. Rowling has said that while not writing the series as a moral ... (more)
The Boy Who Lived was born 34 years ago today in the quaint town of Godric's Hollow.
Happy birthday to the Boy Who Lived! July 31 marks the day that Harry Potter - and his creator, J.K. Rowling - first entered the world.
J.K. Rowling's famous character shares a July 31 birthday with his creator and to celebrate, Entertainment Tonight dug into our vault for a wickedly adorable Harry Potter edition of Throwback Thursday.
B.J. Novak is 35 . Ryan on "The Office" . . . and writer extraordinaire. He went from being Michael's INTERN to being Michael's BOSS .
The Potter books have gained worldwide attention, won multiple awards, and sold more than 400 million copies.
A nifty new study says that you may be casting a spell on your kids by letting them read Harry Potter series-one that vamooses prejudice.
When the muggles who live in this neighborhood on the west side of Missoula, MT talk about their subdivision, they don't call it by its given name, Windsor Park.
The studio has assembled a creative and business strike squad called the Harry Potter Global Franchise Development team.
Time.com named Jenni "JWoww" Farley one of the 50 smartest celebrities on Twitter.
Harper Lee's novel was awarded the title after thousands of readers voted in a social media competition, created by the Baileys Women's Prize for Fiction.
A meek girl living in the sleepy town of Termonfeckin, Ireland, she'd devoured J.K. Rowling's books, longing to play the quirky teenage-wizard, Luna Lovegood .
Updated: Sat Aug 02, 2014 02:34 am
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