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  • BBC America to Premiere 'A Poet in New York' This Fall

    BBC America has acquired the film "A Poet in New York," starring Tom Hollander. Hollander plays Dylan Thomas, the famous poet known for his wild, hard-drinking lifestyle. Written by screenwriter Andrew Davies ("House of Cards"), the drama explores how...
  • Literary stars come to South Florida Book Festival at African-American Research Library

    Literary stars come to South Florida Book Festival at African-American Research Library
    Eric Jerome Dickey's novels delve into myriad aspects of contemporary African-American life. Known for their brisk pace, realistic characters and a heavy emphasis on romance, the novels are written in a variety of genres. His 21st novel, "A Wanted Woman,"...
  • REVIEW: For Tegan and Sara at Levitt Pavilion SteelStacks, everything is awesome

    When Canadian twin-sister duo Tegan and Sara released its most recent album, "Heartthrob," a year ago, there was more than a bit of consternation that its synth-heavy '80s new wave vibe was too much of a change from the indie pop that won them fans to...
  • Gordon Lightfoot tells why he changed lyric to his signature song

    Gordon Lightfoot exercised some lyrical license when he wrote "The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald," but the Canadian balladeer paid painstaking attention to the facts when he wrote the line that would haunt him for decades. New evidence, uncovered a...
  • Yorktown native to lead mystery conference

    Yorktown native to lead mystery conference
    Award-winning mystery and science fiction author Donna Andrews, whose titles "Murder with Peacocks" and "Revenge of the Wrought Iron Flamingos" are set in her native Yorktown, has been named toastmaster of the 2014 Deadly Ink Mystery Conference. The...
  • Bob Dylan's 'Like a Rolling Stone' lyrics top $2 million at auction

    How does it feel? Like a new record for the sale of rock lyrics at auction, as a handwritten manuscript for Bob Dylan’s “Like A Rolling Stone” sold Tuesday for just over $2 million at Sotheby’s auction house in New York. The...
  • Michael Hersch's first opera an unconventional take on life and death

    Michael Hersch's first opera an unconventional take on life and death
    Michael Hersch composes music of sobering complexity -- lots of jagged melodic lines, thorny harmonies, quick-shifting rhythms. But even at its densest, his intense work communicates in a way that can make a listener feel privy to Hersch's innermost...
  • Gerry Goffin, songwriting partner of Carole King, dies at 75

    Gerry Goffin, songwriting partner of Carole King, dies at 75
    Lyricist Gerry Goffin, whose songwriting partnership in the early 1960s with then-wife Carole King yielded some of the most indelible hits of the era, died Thursday at home in Los Angeles, said his wife, Michelle Goffin. He was 75. Michele Goffin said...
  • Review: 'Some Desperate Glory' by Max Egremont

    Review: 'Some Desperate Glory' by Max Egremont
    The cataclysmic destruction of World War I inspired, altered and, in too many cases, stilled the voices of great British poets. More than an anthology, less than a group biography, Max Egremont's "Some Desperate Glory: The First World War the Poets Knew"...
  • Carmike kicks off $4 family movies series at two locations

     
    Carmike Cinemas at The Promenade Shops at Saucon Valley kicks off its movie series for families on Wednesday and Thursday mornings this summer with "Epic" starring Allentown native Amanda Seyfried as a girl helping to save a tiny world in the forest...
  • Broadway Review: 'Holler If Ya Hear Me' With Songs by Tupac Shakur

    Here's the big question that should be on the minds of the producers of "Holler If Ya Hear Me": Now that we've built it, will they come? The quick answer: Maybe. Maybe not. Depends on the marketing campaign. That's the gamble investors took on this...