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  • Jacket Copy

    Shiver me timbers R.L. Stine, author of the beloved "Goosebumps" series of creepy, crawly stories, is heading to "HorrorLand." The ghoulish theme park will be the springboard for 12 new tales, with Scholastic Books planning to release the first two...
  • Down the aisle and over the top

    I JUST TYPED "bride" into the search engine on Amazon.com and got 132,398 results. Some referred to fiction titles like "Brideshead Revisited," but the vast majority were nonfiction field guides to femininity. There was "The Conscious Bride," "The Buff...
  • GDA Information July 20th

    Art on the Rocks Jeh Jeh was live this morning at the Birmingham Museum of Art, where "Art on the Rocks" returns this week! Catch the food, fun, and music at the museum tonight, beginning at 5pm. It features the rythm of live music from "Indigenous."...
  • Zyliss Lock-n-Lift can opener

    Can openers, along with toasters and bicycle pumps, are perhaps some of the finest achievements of the mechanical age. Armed with a trusty opener, you can transform a pantry filled with canned goods into an endless array of dinners. Without one, you're...
  • Can you match.com your favorite candidate?

    What happens to the soul after death? Is it judged immediately, or does it wait until one big Last Judgment? Does its spiritual development continue? Is it endlessly reborn until it attains enlightenment? Is it extinguished forever? Did it exist in the...
  • Led zeppelin is going digital

    Led Zeppelin's digital "Communication Breakdown" ends Nov. 13. The classic-rock group, one of the last major holdouts against digital distribution of its music, is making its catalog available online to coincide with the release that day of a new two-disc...
  • Diablo Cody inks out her husband

    Diablo Cody inks out her husband
    Things move awfully fast in Hollywood during awards season. At Monday night's screening of "Juno," screenwriter Diablo Cody – she of the storied blogger/stripper past, heavy awards buzz, new studio deals aplenty, EW's Smart List and a breathless...
  • Picking the perfect e-book to curl up with

    We've all been there, trapped on a plane for hours with in-flight movies, TV reruns and music that's staler than week-old white bread. But there's a limit to how much reading material you can stuff inside your carry-on. Or is there? Portable devices for...
  • Extended warranty firm touts quick fix

    More and more, shoppers are heeding the advice of consumer advocates who every holiday season warn against buying extended warranties for television sets, cellphones and computers. Steve Abernethy doesn't see this as a problem, even though his company,...
  • So many perils, so little time

    [This story ran in the Los Angeles Times on July 20, 2004] First, from Switzerland, came word that the world's oldest mountain guide had left the Earth. Then, from the East Coast, came reports that author and ancient mariner William F. Buckley had left...
  • Price protection can put money in your pocket

    How would you like to take advantage of after-holiday sales without spending a dime? You can, by obtaining partial refunds on items you already have purchased. Many retailers offer a price guarantee. Often, it states that if the retailer lowers the price...