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  • Muggles can now stay in 'Harry Potter' themed hotel rooms

    Muggles can now stay in 'Harry Potter' themed hotel rooms
    If visiting Diagon Alley at Universal Studios Orlando hasn't given you your "Harry Potter" fix, fans of the franchise can now stay in Potter-themed hotel rooms.  Only one catch -- you'll have to fly to England to do so. Two rooms in The Georgian House...
  • Local church builds a reputation for its preschool

    Local church builds a reputation for its preschool
    A local church can be known for a lot of things – the spellbinding words of their pastor, a beautifully historic building, or for being a popular site for local weddings. At Winter Park Presbyterian Church, they take a great deal of pride in...
  • AFM: Duo Walk Project on Caroline Hebard and Her Rescue Dogs

    A feature project based on the work of Caroline Hebard and rescue dogs is in the works with producers Gina G. Goff of Goff Productions and Rene Sheridan. The duo has been meeting at AFM to assemble the package and finances after having acquired the...
  • Top 3 Moravian Book Shop best-sellers: Paperback fiction

    MY NOTORIOUS LIFE By Kate Manning (Scribner, $16) Axie Muldoon's story begins on the streets of 1860s New York. The impoverished child of Irish immigrants, she grows up to become one of the wealthiest and most controversial women of her day. In...
  • ‘Santa Claus: Private Eye’: ‘Dead Space 2’ writer goes noir with St. Nick

     
    Jeremy Bernstein is a man with diverse interests. As a writer, he helped craft video game worlds for both “Dead […]...
  • ‘The Vanishing of Ethan Carter,’ a haunting magical game

     
    THE PLAYER “The Vanishing of Ethan Carter” is a ghost story. Or maybe it's a game about the mind's powerful […]...
  • Christopher Nolan injects his sci-fi with soul

    Christopher Nolan injects his sci-fi with soul
    Near the end of Christopher Nolan's "Interstellar," as this vast science fiction blockbuster-to-be neared its third hour, the floodgates burst: My chin quivered (check), tear ducts filled (check), cheeks grew warmer (check). And yup, I cried. Sneaking a...
  • Is AFI Fest's opener the awards-season version of the SI cover jinx?

    Is AFI Fest's opener the awards-season version of the SI cover jinx?
    The AFI Fest's opening night gala might be the award season's equivalent of the Sports Illustrated cover jinx. Consider the quartet of movies that have christened the Hollywood film festival the last four years -- "Love & Other Drugs," "J. Edgar,"...
  • Shigeru Mizuki's 'Showa' draws a graphic portrait of Japan

    Shigeru Mizuki's 'Showa' draws a graphic portrait of Japan
    In Japan, history is still divided according to the reign of the emperors. This year, for instance, is Heisei 26 — the 26th year of the reign of Emperor Akihito, who will be posthumously renamed Heisei. Shigeru Mizuki, the manga artist beloved...
  • Moment of Friday: 'Biomass Man' creator Megan Daalder sees into 'Black Mirror'

    Moment of Friday: 'Biomass Man' creator Megan Daalder sees into  'Black Mirror'
    As far as musicals go, "Eureka and the Biomass Man" revolves around a pretty unusual topic: a love story between a custodian named Eureka and a large blob of synthetic biological materials known as Biomass Man. There is singing and music and a 7-foot blob...
  • Governors Award's Jean-Claude Carriere Says Key to Success: 'Enjoy Work. And Don't Smoke'

    Jean-Claude Carriere will receive an Honorary Oscar at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Science's Governors Awards Saturday, a feather in the cap of a nearly 60-year screenwriting career -- but most certainly not an actual cap to it, he says....