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Combining graffiti and literature, publisher Penguin UK launched the Penguin Street Art series.
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Science fiction and fantasy fans rejoice and take some time to visit the Eaton Collection of Science Fiction and Fantasy .
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Martin Scorsese and Leonardo DiCaprio sit at a table at the Beverly Hills Hotel bar in 2010.
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For every 'designer drug' the authorities ban, clandestine labs are churning out a new version.
In recent years, it has become virtually impossible to walk through the Young Adult section of a bookstore and not become completely enveloped by tales of vampires, witches, and werewolves.
Some writers are so consumed by their art that their families are eclipsed, while other writers manage an enviable closeness with their loved ones.