Story | Aug 25, 2012 | 1:00 PM
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Story | Oct 6, 2013Word of mouth is the self-published author's Kickstarter. Steadily building buzz can catapult a book from selling a few copies here and there to being picked up by a major publisher with all the distribution resources and marketing muscle at its disposal. So it has happened for “Once We Were Brothers” by Lincolnshire resident Ronald Balson, a 69-year-old lawyer whose debut novel was initially self-published (or in the case of the Balson family, son-published) in 2010, and will be released next week by St. Martin's Press. A screen adaptation is in the works.
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Story | Jul 20, 2011
Downtown Art Walk crowds cause growing concern
Story | Sep 15, 2011
The National Endowment for the Arts is launching a new initiative called ArtPlace to spur various projects across the country. Warner Bros. has restructured its live-theater division, with Alan Horn overseeing the group's bicoastal presence.