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firstname.lastname@example.orgPerforming with the All County Orchestra can be as challenging as a "Hungarian Dance," as enjoyable as a "Fiesta," and as memorable as "Schindler's List," but above all, it is a "Rite" of education that Washington County music students have come to love....
It's not too early to start compiling your summer reading list. Here are some recommendations, courtesy of the Enoch Pratt Free Library, with publication dates. Fiction Sophie Kinsella, "Wedding Night": An unlikely romance involves a pair desperate to...
A thorough review of a handwritten copy of the Gospel of John didn't reveal much controversy or conspiracy to the Rev. Tim Koch. Instead, the endeavor simply fortified his faith. Koch is the pastor at Concordia Lutheran Church in Cresbard and...
Publishing giant Random House posted record profits last year, Publisher's Weekly reports. Thanks to E.L. James' "Fifty Shades" trilogy, revenue at the Bertelsmann-owned publisher exceeded $420 million in 2012 -- up a staggering 75% from the year before....
Dan Brown fans can get a look at the opening of his upcoming book, "Inferno," along with a free ebook of his breakthrough best-seller, "The Da Vinci Code," publisher Doubleday announced today. The digital two-fer, which marks the 10th anniversary of...
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Doubleday has announced that it will be giving away free e-books of Dan Brown's international bestseller "The Da Vinci Code" this week. The free digital download is offered in celebration of the novel's 10th anniversary (to readers only in the U.S. and...
Where there's white smoke, there's fire. The selection of Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio as the next pontiff, Pope Francis, has some in the entertainment business thinking creatively. IFC Films' Sundance Selects, the company that released Nanni...
Susan Powell Fine Art is celebrating the tenth anniversary of opening its gallery in Madison with a group exhibition. The opening reception will be Friday, March 8, from 5 to 8 p.m. for the show, which will feature work by Kathy Anderson, Del-Bourree...
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Joe Krajacic remembers the day like it was yesterday. In February 1980 at Brother Rice, Krajacic, then a freshman, was in his third-period English class. Brother Rice football coach Tom Mitchell knocked on the classroom door and asked to speak to...
The cover design of Dan Brown's forthcoming novel, "Inferno," was revealed Wednesday. It pretty clearly resembles his mega-huge bestselling hit, "The Da Vinci Code," which introduced readers to Brown's hero, renowned Harvard symbologist Robert Langdon....
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To celebrate National Engineers Week -- of course you knew Feb. 17-23 is National Engineers Week, right? -- MIT Press interviews Matthew Wisnioski, author of their book "Engineers for Change: Competing Visions of Technology in 1960s America." Inside...
It's been a busy week. The Senate voted 78-22 to renew the Violence Against Women Act. Christopher Dorner, ex-cop turned cop killer, was finally tracked down near Big Bear, Calif. Leaders of the International Olympic Committee voted to drop wrestling from...
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