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  • Swann labels Pietersen book 'fiction'

    LONDON (Reuters) - Former England team mate Graeme Swann began the backlash against Kevin Pietersen's new book on Monday by labelling it "the biggest work of fiction since Jules Verne". Speaking at an awards ceremony at Lord's, Swann denied accusations...
  • FX's 'The Strain' Finale Goes For the Throat (SPOILERS)

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - In a summer of ISIS terrorism and Ebola fears, "The Strain" could have hardly been better timed. Initially something of an oddity for FX - a vampires-among-us fantasy, on a network steeped in gritty realism - the adaptation...
  • Eerie entertainment on tap for October

    Eerie entertainment on tap for October
    October's here, which means so is our collective fascination with all things creepy. Luckily, there's some fresh outdoor entertainment that takes advantage of the fall weather and adds a fun dose of scariness. 'Resurrected' The Theatre-Hikes show...
  • Auditions: Lehigh Valley Chorus, 'A Christmas Story'

    Auditions: Lehigh Valley Chorus, 'A Christmas Story'
    LEHIGH VALLEY CHORUS The Lehigh Valley Chorus, an all-women a cappella group, invites women to attend one of its rehearsals, 7-10 p.m. Monday evenings at St. George's Episcopal Church in Hellertown. This group preserves the American musical art form...
  • Moravian Book Shop best-sellers: Children's picture books

    Moravian Book Shop best-sellers: Children's picture books
    LITTLE ELLIOT, BIG CITY 1 By Mike Curato (Henry Holt, $16.99) Elliot is a very small elephant in a very big city. The big city has many new and challenging experiences for Elliot. Sometimes poor Elliot feels lost in the bustle around him, until one...
  • Asian Filmmaker of the Year Ann Hui: A Critical Appreciation

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Ann Hui first came to international prominence in the early '80s with "Boat People," an intensely harrowing drama about the horrors of life under communism in post-liberation Vietnam. Screened as a surprise entry at the 1983...
  • Theater review: Act 1's 'Harvey' is a sweet and magical fable

    A gentle and magical fable is sweetly staged in "Harvey," which opens Act 1's 45th season at DeSales University in Center Valley. The Pulitzer Prize-winning play presents a likeable innocent in Elwood P. Dowd, played by Matt Enters. Enters is completely...
  • Reader of the Week: Tim King

    Reader of the Week: Tim King
    Who I am: Tim King, founder and CEO of Urban Prep Academies in Chicago. One unique thing about me: When I was about 6, my parents bought the book "Where Did I Come From?" by Peter Mayle. For some time, it sat on a high shelf in a bookcase, far out of my...
  • Tuesday's Bulletin Board

    Tuesday Anxiety, Panic Attacks, Depression and Anger Control, 10 a.m. at 1204 S. Military Trail, Deerfield Beach. Free. Call 954-571-9800. Blue Jeans Blues, 8 p.m. at Blue Jeans Lounge, 3320 NE 33rd St., Fort Lauderdale. $5. Call 954-306-6330....
  • Phantasmagoria ghouls making a deathly comeback

    Phantasmagoria ghouls making a deathly comeback
    Collecting ghost stories has become, for John DiDonna, something of a passion – and obsession.  Every year for the past five years, DiDonna has spent months searching for the eerie, the frightful, and the macabre of classic literature. “...
  • Bloom, Suskind kick off 27th annual Jewish Book Festival

    Bloom, Suskind kick off 27th annual Jewish Book Festival
    The David Posnack Jewish Community Center's annual Book Festival launches its 27th year with an array of 16 popular authors beginning this month through February. Events are held at the center at 5850 S. Pine Island Road in Davie, except where noted....