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  • Media: Radical Shift In Control Of The News

    Media: Radical Shift In Control Of The News
    In the era of status updates, Instagram filters and 140-character news alerts on Twitter, awareness in our current technological age orbits around our mobile devices. We check our screens more than 150 times a day, on average, motivated by the never-...
  • Moravian Book Shop best-sellers: Nonfiction paperback

    REALLY IMPORTANT STUFF MY DOG HAS TAUGHT ME 1 By Cynthia Copeland (Workman, $12.95) Playful spaniels completely covered with snow — "There's no such thing as 'bad' weather." Two happy dogs sleeping, one on top of the other — "Sometimes you...
  • Haunted hotels: Guests find them in Bethlehem and other cities

    Haunted hotels: Guests find them in Bethlehem and other cities
    The flickering flames can't seem to erase the chill that pervades the campfire. The plentiful goose bumps have nothing to do with the temperature. They're the result of the ghost stories being told. The storyteller swears these aren't far-fetched fables...
  • Saturday TV Highlights and Weekend Talk: 'My Boyfriends' Dogs'

    Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of Oct. 19 - 25, 2014 in PDF format This week's TV Movies -------------------- SERIES America's Cutest Pets from five...
  • Lehigh Valley trick-or-treat times, Halloween parades and events

    A long month of Halloween fun awaits. Like to be scared silly? Got you covered. Enjoy getting just a little spooked? Check that. Looking for fall fun for the whole family? There are plenty of hay mazes, fall festivals, special events, parades, trick-or-...
  • Fuminori Nakamura's 'Last Winter, We Parted' blurs reality, invention

     Fuminori Nakamura's 'Last Winter, We Parted' blurs reality, invention
    "Last Winter, We Parted," the third novel by Japan's Fuminori Nakamura to appear in English, is crime fiction that pushes past the bounds of genre, occupying its own nightmare realm. The book begins with its narrator, an unnamed writer, interviewing a...
  • Stem cell treatments show promise for some feline health issues

    Q: You recently wrote about stem cell research, and I understand that in cats, stem cell therapy is being used to treat inflammatory bowel disease. Do you have more details? A: In fact, it was the Winn Feline Foundation (www.winnfelinefoundation.org)...
  • 'The Golden Era' a 'Reds'-like tale of Chinese novelist Xiao Hong

    'The Golden Era' a 'Reds'-like tale of Chinese novelist Xiao Hong
    With its politically charged milieu, stormy love story and focus on intellectual circles, the biographical drama "The Golden Era" brings to mind "Reds" — although compared with Warren Beatty's grand-scale portrait of American leftists, Hong Kong's...
  • Check It Out: Roping in the reluctant reader

    As a librarian, one of my favorite things to do is to recommend books to children. There is something exciting about connecting a young person with the perfect book. This is not as easy as it sounds. Everyone's tastes are different. Sometimes it is...
  • Oral history project seeks stories from Mathews, Middlesex residents

    Oral history project seeks stories from Mathews, Middlesex residents
    MATHEWS – Jessica Taylor, an oral history professor with the University of Florida, was amazed by the humility of the Mathews County residents she interviewed over the summer. "Many of them didn't think they had anything important to say and...
  • Book club shows, you can't judge a book by its reader

    Book club shows, you can't judge a book by its reader
    There's a new young adult book club in town. The only thing is, it's not for young adults. On the first Thursday of every month, Flintridge Bookstore and Coffeehouse hosts "Adults Who Read YA," a book club for people who enjoy works similar to Suzanne...