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  • Film Review: 'Weaving the Past: Journey of Discovery'

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - A painstaking, somewhat plodding labor of love, "Weaving the Past: Journey of Discovery" finds filmmaker Walter Dominguez paying affectionate and exhaustive tribute to the life and work of his late grandfather, the Mexican...
  • Murder, revenge, lust and rampage take over 'Sin City' sequel

    By Piya Sinha-Roy LOS ANGELES, Aug 20 (Reuters) - Femme fatales and brutish men form a complex web in "Sin City: A Dame to Kill For," as old and new faces from Frank Miller's noir graphic novels are brought to life in film. "A Dame to Kill For," out...
  • On his birthday: Samuel Fuller, novelist?

    When we think of Samuel Fuller — who was born 102 years ago today, in Worcester, Mass. — it’s as a filmmaker. “Pickup on South Street,” “Park Row,” “Shock Corridor,” “The Big Red One”:...
  • J.K. Rowling adds more to Pottermore -- with a theme park tie-in

    J.K. Rowling has added more to her Harry Potter online universe, Pottermore. And for the first time, it's not just words -- it's also music. Rowling has written a 500-word story about Celestina Warbeck, the "singing sorceress" who is mentioned in...
  • Universal: Annual passholders get early access to Wizarding World

    Universal: Annual passholders get early access to Wizarding World
    Universal Orlando's annual passholders will get early access to the Wizarding World of Harry Potter -- Diagon Alley on weekdays in September. Passholders have been notified that they will be able to enter Potter area of Universal Studios an hour...
  • This week's reviews in brief

    Here are condensed versions of this week's book reviews: "The Invisible Soldiers: How America Outsourced Our Security" by Ann Hagedorn; Simon and Schuster (293 pages, $28) Soldiers for hire have long existed. But the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan...
  • 'Doctor Who' returns with a new season on BBC America

    Okay, Whovians, your long wait is over. On Aug. 23, BBC America will broadcast the first episode of the new season of the classic science fiction show, "Doctor Who." It will introduce Peter Capaldi, 56, as the latest incarnation of the Doctor. For those...
  • Box Office: Chloe Moretz Tearjerker 'If I Stay' to Overshadow 'Sin City 2′

    Teen girls are notoriously fickle, particularly when it comes to movies. For every "Twilight" or "The Hunger Games," there's a film such as "Mortal Instruments," a hot literary property that lost its sizzle in the transition from page to screen. "If I...
  • Vernon Community Arts Center to hold naming contest for elephant statue

    The Vernon Community Arts Center has had an elephant statue on its front lawn for several months, but said elephant has lacked one thing – a name. The monolithic elephant sculpture by Donna Dodson of Jamaica Plain, Mass., stands 8 feet tall on a...
  • Emmaus Public Library August reading activities continue

    From Literary Lunch for older children to young children's story times and teen read programs, education and literacy initiatives continue through August inside the Emmaus Public Library, according to the library's website. Patrons are reminded the...
  • Robin Williams' rise no surprise to a writer dazzled by unknown comic

     Robin Williams' rise no surprise to a writer dazzled by unknown comic
    Fate threw me in Robin Williams' path more than once, and I never forgot any of the encounters. He was such a wired, complex, brilliantly funny individual, no connection with him was anything like ordinary. Though Williams, who died Monday at age 63,...