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  • Syfy Orders Scripted Alien Series 'Hunters' from 'Walking Dead's' Gale Anne Hurd

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Syfy has ordered "Hunters," a 13-episode scripted sci-fi series from "Walking Dead" executive producer Gale Anne Hurd and "12 Monkeys" e.p. Natalie Chaidez, who will also serve as writer. The series, slated to premiere in...
  • 'Wonder Years' dad Dan Lauria encourages East Penn students to write

    'Wonder Years' dad Dan Lauria encourages East Penn students to write
    Dan Lauria, best known as the father in the ABC sitcom "The Wonder Years," sat in a rocking chair in front of more than 100 East Penn School District fifth-graders, all born long after the sitcom went off the air. The actor's goal was simple:...
  • Letter: Bookshop inspired Oregon stores

    I grew up in Glendale. When the new paperbacks were priced at $4.95 (this would be at the old Crown Books), I decided that was too expensive, and I would start buying used books exclusively. That must have been just when Brand Bookshop opened, because...
  • 'Wealth of Jamestown' draws back curtain of time

     'Wealth of Jamestown' draws back curtain of time
    Author Barbara N. McLennan draws the curtain of time back in this historical novel, letting us look through the window of the past and see some of Jamestown's most affluent and notable citizens. McLennan focuses on a small circle of friends and family...
  • "Wonder Years" dad inspires kids to write

    "Wonder Years" dad inspires kids to write
    Dan Lauria, best known as the father in the ABC sitcom “The Wonder Years” sat in a rocking chair in front of more than 100 fifth graders all born long after the iconic sitcom aired, at Shoemaker Elementary in Macungie Tuesday. The actor&...
  • Friends of Center Cemetery's 'Evening of Mourning' blends history with humor

    Although Halloween is still a month away, the Friends of Center Cemetery dressed up in costumes and told old stories in the Center Cemetery on the night of Saturday, Sept. 20. The stories they told were not ghost stories, but were about the inscriptions,...
  • Parkland Community Library programs continue for young children, teens and adults

    Get youngsters excited about reading, and continue summer reading momentum, by attending fall children's story times at Parkland Community Library. Registration for fall young children's story times begins Sept. 29, according to the Parkland Community...
  • 'The Shawshank Redemption' at 20: How It Went From Bomb to Beloved

    When it premiered on September 23, 1994, "The Shawshank Redemption" barely registered at the box office. The prison drama opened at No. 9, below the odious sex comedy "Exit to Eden" and just above Robert Redford's "Quiz Show," already in its fifth week....
  • Stafford Arts Commission holds first Arts Festival

    Hyde Park in downtown Stafford Springs was full of activity on Saturday, Sept. 20, as the Stafford Arts Commission kicked off its inaugural Stafford Arts Festival. "This basically replaces the Autumn in the Park celebration we used to have in the...
  • Scenes from the Brooklyn Book Festival

    Scenes from the Brooklyn Book Festival
    There's something about late September in New York. The air is clear, the heat of August dissipated like a summer blanket put away. In Little Italy, the San Genarro Festival stretches south from Houston Street like a line of living history; in the Bronx,...
  • Ray Bradbury estate auctioning some of author's prized possessions

     Ray Bradbury estate auctioning some of author's prized possessions
    Renowned author and Waukegan native Ray Bradbury traced his inspiration for becoming a writer to a cups and balls magic trick given to him by a carnival worker in the 1930s. Now, that item and more than 450 others are available to those who want to...