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  • Moravian Book Shop best-sellers: Nonfiction hardcover

    THE 3 PROMISES: FIND JOY EVERY DAY, DO WHAT YOU LOVE, MAKE A DIFFERENCE 1 By David J. Pollay (Sterling, $19.95) Pollay explains how making three simple promises to yourself — "to find joy every day, do what you love and make a difference"...
  • Judges question ATF stings that lure suspects into fictitious stickups

    Over a late breakfast at a Denny's by the freeway in Torrance, two gang members listened to an offer of a lifetime. A drug courier invited them to rob a house stashed with pure cocaine worth at least six, if not seven figures. There would be a couple of...
  • Santa visiting Lower Macungie library

    Santa visiting Lower Macungie library
    Santa will make a stop at 10:30 a.m., Saturday, Dec. 6, inside Lower Macungie Library, the library website said. A young children's story time will be offered, the website said. Look for ongoing weekly young children's story times sessions...
  • 50 things to do with the kids: Holiday edition

    "Illumination" at the Morton Arboretum You'll never be so happy that night falls early as when you're at Morton Arboretum's dazzling and inventive winter light show, which returns after last year's triumphant debut. So much more than an impressive...
  • Comfort and joy at Florida resorts

    Comfort and joy at Florida resorts
    Want to have yourself a merry little Christmas at a Florida resort? No worries: Florida properties are ready for the holiday season with majestic Christmas trees, special decorations and themed activities and attractions. Here are some to check out:...
  • Ursula K. Le Guin on speaking truth to power at National Book Awards

    Ursula K. Le Guin on speaking truth to power at National Book Awards
    On the morning after the National Book Awards, speaking by phone from a Manhattan hotel, Ursula K. Le Guin was feisty, smart and pointed — exactly as we might expect. “I don’t want to put writers against publishers,” she said,...
  • Science fiction roundup: 'The Three Body Problem,' others

    Science fiction roundup: 'The Three Body Problem,' others
    The Three-Body Problem by Cixin Liu, translated by Ken Liu, Tor, 399 pages, $25.99 China is one of the largest markets in the world for science fiction, and yet we here in the West seldom have a chance to see the work of even the most popular Chinese...
  • ‘All-New Captain America’ lands at Marvel’s diversity front line

     
    When Marvel took to ABC’s “The View” and Comedy Central’s “The Colbert Report” in July to announce that a woman […]...
  • '300,000,000' a vision of dark power, great empathy

    '300,000,000' a vision of dark power, great empathy
    Some stories inspire nightmares. In "300,000,000," Blake Butler disposes of the story and goes right to the nightmare. The author of five previous works of experimental fiction, Butler has written a phantasmagoric horror novel of exceptional brutality....
  • Universal wins three Thea Awards for Harry Potter attractions

    Universal wins three Thea Awards for Harry Potter attractions
    Universal Orlando won three Thea Awards on Tuesday for work based on its new Harry Potter attractions, including the Escape from Gringotts ride, the Hogwarts Express train and its interactive wands. The Thea Awards are presented by the Themed...
  • Alan Moore's 'From Hell' heading to the small screen

    Alan Moore's 'From Hell' heading to the small screen
    If you didn't have enough nightmares after reading Alan Moore and Eddie Campbell's legendary graphic novel "From Hell," or watching the 2001 film adaptation, you're in luck. The network FX plans to adapt the book into a television series, Deadline...