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  1. Unlocking the mystical secrets of the Manitoba Legislature's Golden BoyRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Globe and Mail

    ... called Canada's Dan Brown - author of The Da Vinci Code - but says there is a great difference in that Mr. Brown's books are fiction whereas the Manitoba Legislature is very real, its multiple secrets "hidden in plain view" to those who know where ...

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  2. At the Atheneum: Pen NamesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Inquirer & Mirror

    There is fascinating history of writers who have used a pseudonym or pen name. Some adopt aliases for reasons of sexual bias, while other authors adopt nom de plumes as an escape from expectation and preconceived notions.

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  3. Art Of Dying Conference Explores Spiritual, Scientific Approaches To DyingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Switched

    In 21 years of living with lymphangiomatosis, a rare cancer-like progressive lymphatic disorder that she's had since birth, bouts of severe pneumonia have left her in intensive care. She's had swine flu and emergency surgery for a collapsed lung.

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  4. 5 things we are loving this weekRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 17 | Post-gazette.com

    ... North Side, at 11:45 a.m.; and Waverly Presbyterian Church, 590 S. Braddock Ave., Regent Square, at 1:30 p.m. Some books are narrated by stars for listeners, others are narrated by stars of the audiobook world. Take, for example, this year's ...

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  5. New books land on Dixon Public Library shelvesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 10 | The Daily Gazette

    Fiction: “Jam on the Vine,” by LaShonda Barnett; “NYPD Red 3,” by James Patterson and Marshall Karp; “Hausfrau,” by Jill Essbaum; “The Mechanical,” by Ian Tregillis; “Not Quite Nice,” by Celia Imrie; “The Cavendon Women,” by Barbara Bradford; “The Stranger,” by Harlan Coben; “Inspector of the Dead,” by David Morrell; “The Fifth Heart,” by Dan Simmons; “Love and Other Ways of Dying,” by Michael Paterniti; “The Wednesday Group,” by Sylvia True; “At the Water's Edge,” by Sara Gruen; “The Dead Play On,” by Heather Graham; “The Patriot Threat,” by Steve Berry; “Normal,” by Graeme Cameron; “Never Too Late,” by Robyn Carr; “Where They Found Her,” by Kimberly ... (more)

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  6. Palmerton Area Library newsRead the original story

    Friday | Times News

    ... ps that can be checked out with a library card. Visit the library website www.palmertonarealibrary.com for access to e-books, magazines online, lots of online databases and a calendar of activities.

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  7. Elizabeth Gilbert book to become PBS miniseries, author lives in FrenchtownRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Jersey Journal

    A book by Elizabeth Gilbert of Frenchtown, 'The Signature of All Things,' is to become a Masterpiece miniseries on PBS. In an announcement from PBS , it called "The Signature of All Things" Gilbert's "most ambitious and exploratory book yet.

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  8. North America: 'Furious 7' Continues to Lead on Thursday with $1.74M; ...Read the original story

    Friday | Boxoffice

    Universal's Furious 7 took in $1.74 million on Thursday to remain in first place at the daily box office for a 21st consecutive day. The seventh installment of the blockbuster franchise featuring Vin Diesel, Dwayne Johnson and the late Paul Walker increased 2 percent over Wednesday and was down a solid 40 percent from last Thursday.

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  9. Nobel Economist Joseph Stiglitz Misdiagnoses Inequality And The Cause Of Middle-Class WoesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Forbes.com

    I am Adjunct Professor of Economics at Grove City College. My interests are varied-graduate work in law at the University of Michigan, literature at Oxford, moral education at Harvard, and economics under the tutelage of Hans F. Sennholz, who earned his doctorate under Ludwig von Mises.

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  10. This 'Harry Potter' fan theory is geniusRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | USA Today

    You know how in the Harry Potte r books, the Dursleys were just the worst people in the world, treating poor Harry like a servant and forcing him to live in a tiny cupboard under the stairs? Well when we were reading the books and watching the movies, we pretty much figured it was because they were awful people, second only in the villain department to Malfoy and You-Know-Who himself. But now a fan theory that is blowing up on Reddit might prove that we were way too harsh on the Dursleys.

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  11. Walk this way: New books by Dan Rubinstein and Peter Kavanagh...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Globe and Mail

    Knopf Canada, 257 pages, $29.95In Robert Walser's The Walk , a slender, early-20th-century masterpiece of observation and whimsy, the writer-protagonist at one point delivers a gleeful five-page cri de coeur on the creative, psychological and health benefits of walking: "Walk, I definitely must, to invigorate myself and maintain contact with the living world. a Without walking, I would be dead, and would have long since been forced to abandon my profession," he tells a city tax inspector who derides his daily walk, implying a frittering away of time.

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  12. Get to Know a CFCR Volunteer! April 2015 EditionRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | CFCR 90.5 FM

    Remember that Sesame Street song, "These are the people in your neighbourhood?" Well, here's a new feature about the people at your community radio station! You like to party, and we like to party, so why don't we party together? Join us for... This month, we're getting to know host Josie Dabo. Josie started her hosting career a few years ago with CFCR's Collective Voice program , which is programmed by a Grade 9 class at Aden Bowman.

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  13. Best Summer BooksRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Publishers' Weekly

    We've waited a long time for this summer, and with its approach comes our annual selection of the season's books that we're most looking forward to reading and anxious to share. Summer's a time to catch up with old friends, like Stephen King, whose Finders Keepers , a new crime fiction novel, follows last summer's Mr. Mercedes .

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  14. Recliner Reviews | Good acting in - A Most Violent Year' and - Wild' but pass on Dracula remakeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Myrtle Beach Online

    The title and trailer for this one are a little misleading. Even the premise will throw you a bit.

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  15. Harry Potter Weekends are back on ABC FamilyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Examiner.com

    ... this scrawny, black-haired, bespectacled boy who didn't know he was a wizard became more and more real to me." Seven books and eight movies later, Harry Potter and the wizarding world (Rowling's version of fairy land) are still fascinating kids and ...

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  16. Rachel Weisz and Lena Dunham honoured at Variety Power of Women lunchRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Daily Mail

    Rachel Weisz rocks androgynous chic and Lena Dunham shimmers in blue as they cosy up while honoured at Variety Power of Women luncheon So it was no wonder Rachel Weisz and Lena Dunham brought their best looks to the Variety Power of Women luncheon In New York on Friday. The two actresses each looked fashionable in their own way while arriving for the event honouring them for using their clout to bring attention to worthy causes.

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  17. Arianna Huffington Confirmed as Keynote Speaker at Cvent CONNECTRead the original story

    Friday | PressReleasePoint

    ... publications. In 2012, the site won a Pulitzer Prize for national reporting. Huffington is also the author of 14 books including, "Thrive: The Third Metric to Redefining Success and Creating a Life of Well-Being, Wisdom, and Wonder." Cvent has also ...

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  18. Tony Romo says Dallas Cowboys are 'going to win a Super Bowl next year'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | NJ.com

    You may have to play the end of the video a few times as Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo drops in a very quick at the end of a speech he gave at the Dream Ball Gala. Romo was honored with the Nancy Lieberman Lifetime Achievement Award and gave a speech in which he mentioned that getting an award like this one makes him realize he's only got a few years of football left.

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  19. J.K. Rowling Announces New (Harry-Free) BookRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Refinery 29

    The good news is that J.K. Rowling is set to release another book this year. The bad news is that it's got nothing to do with wizards, witches, or Whomping Willows.

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  20. Meet author Wiley Cash at Friends meeting May 7Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Mountaineer Publishing Company

    ... to an evening with a great author. Dr. Cash will be available to answer questions about his writing and autograph books. He has suggested that he will read from the book he is currently writing. A dessert buffet will be catered by Kanini's. Tickets ...

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