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  • Harry Potter celebration to return at Universal Orlando

    Harry Potter celebration to return at Universal Orlando
    The Celebration of Harry Potter event that Universal Orlando hosted earlier this year will return, the resort announced today. Universal will host the second event from Jan. 30 to Feb. 1, 2015. "Park guests were so thrilled by `A Celebration of Harry...
  • Music Supervisors Wax Eloquent On Art, Craft of Complex Profession

    Some of music supervision's leading lights visited Variety recently to talk shop. Participants included Guild of Music Supervisors president Maureen Crowe ("Chicago," "The Bodyguard"); Anton Monsted, senior VP of Fox Music, who helped craft Baz Luhrmann's...
  • 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”:...
  • 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,...
  • 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...
  • Dorothy Salisbury Davis dies at 98; brought strong women to mysteries

    Dorothy Salisbury Davis, who gained distinction as a "grand master" of mystery writing with tautly spun novels and short stories that portrayed women as strong, complex characters instead of the more usual helpless damsels and femmes fatale, died Aug. 3...
  • Postal Service criticized for favoring pop culture on stamps

    Postal Service criticized for favoring pop culture on stamps
    Harry Potter, Elvis and Bugs Bunny share one thing in common: Traditional stamp collectors are no fans. Some philatelists say the committee that helps the postmaster general pick new stamps is favoring pop celebrities and fictional characters over...
  • 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...
  • Daniel Radcliffe Wants a Career as a Director

    In this week's issue of Variety, Daniel Radcliffe talks about distancing himself from the "Harry Potter" franchise by starring on Broadway and in indies like "Kill Your Darlings" and the upcoming romantic comedy "What If." But the bigger goal, Radcliffe...
  • New Starz series brings popular 'Outlander' books to the small screen

    PASADENA, Calif. Adapting a popular book series for TV comes with as many negatives as positives. It's great that the books have a built-in fan base. But those loyal fans are tough to please. TV producer-writer Ronald D. Moore's latest leap into the...
  • Daniel Radcliffe hopes the magic is gone and he'll be taken seriously

     Daniel Radcliffe hopes the magic is gone and he'll be taken seriously
    Everyone is ignoring Daniel Radcliffe. He's just stepped out of a black SUV and walked into a North Hollywood pie shop, a bodyguard, assistant, three publicists and groomer trailing behind. No one at the Republic of Pie is losing it — the...