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  • Moravian Book Shop best-sellers: Nonfiction hardcover

    IN A ROCKET MADE OF ICE: AMONG THE CHILDREN OF WAT OPOT 1 By Gail Gutradt (Knopf, $25.95) A beautifully told, inspiring story of one woman's volunteer experiences at an orphanage in rural Cambodia. This area, once a haunted scrubland became a place of...
  • LACMA spotlights '20s German Expressionist films

    LACMA spotlights '20s German Expressionist films
    Complex. Sophisticated. Groundbreaking. Shocking. These words describe the German Expressionist cinema during the Weimar era after World War I — a bravura brand of filmmaking that is still mesmerizing audiences and influencing filmmakers today....
  • Future Symphony Institute to be held at UB

    Future Symphony Institute to be held at UB
    Andrew Balio is best known around here for the gleaming sound and refined musicality he regularly provides as the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra's principal trumpet, a post he has held since 2001. Offstage, Balio devotes a great deal of his energies to...
  • 'How I Met Your Mother' star visits Aurora school

    'How I Met Your Mother' star visits Aurora school
    Actor Jason Segel may be 34, but he had no trouble relating to the pre-teens at Granger Middle School Monday. "I feel a real kinship to you guys," he said. "I approach life with a real sense of childlike wonder, and I feel it here in this room."...
  • Audi gets first permit to test self-driving cars on California roads

    Audi gets first permit to test self-driving cars on California roads
    Think twice next time you tailgate that new Audi in front of you; there might not be a human driving it. Audi announced Tuesday that it is the first automaker to get a permit from the state of California to test self-driving cars on public roads. New...
  • Lauren Bacall: TCM salutes her

    Lauren Bacall: TCM salutes her
    If you want to know why Lauren Bacall was such a big deal, Turner Classic Movies will give you 24 hours of reasons. The channel salutes the movie star, who died last month at age 89, with a marathon starting at 8 p.m. Monday (tonight). The tribute...
  • Donnie Yen's 'Kung Fu Jungle' To Premiere At London Film Festival

    HONG KONG - Donnie Yen-starring action movie "Kung Fu Jungle" is to have its world premiere at the London Film Festival (October 8-19). Announced as a late addition to the LFF line-up, the picture will play in the festival's Thrill section on Sunday Oct....
  • "The Wonder Years" actor to appear at Shoemaker Elementary

    "The Wonder Years" actor to appear at Shoemaker Elementary
    The actor best known as the father in the ABC sitcom “The Wonder Years” will make a visit to the fifth grade at Shoemaker Elementary School in Macungie. Dan Lauria, star of Hollywood and Broadway, will meet with students at Schoemaker from...
  • Legendary TV Buys John Scalzi Novel 'Lock In' (EXCLUSIVE)

    Legendary TV has acquired the rights to John Scalzi's novel "Lock In" to adapt into a pilot for a potential series. The book revolves around a highly contagious virus that causes one percent -- or five million -- of the U.S. population to become...
  • Authors United takes its case to Amazon's board of directors

    Authors United takes its case to Amazon's board of directors
    More than 1,000 writers acting as Authors United have signed a letter to be delivered to the 10 members of Amazon's corporate board. One of those board members has already gotten a letter from the group -- that's Chief Executive Jeff Bezos, the...
  • Despite warnings, more Western tourists are traveling to North Korea

    It's the kind of publicity that would seemingly scare off sightseers: A trio of U.S. citizens detained in North Korea pleading for help last week in brief, rarely granted media interviews. Yet even as the ordeal for the men, who had gone to the...