When does a bad book review cross the line?
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(TORONTO) — A Canadian publishing house says Mavis Gallant, the Montreal-born writer who carved out an international reputation as a master short-story author while living in Paris for decades, has died at age 91.
The bilingual Anglophone published more than 100 short stories in her lauded career, many of them in the New Yorker …
Following the success of The Cuckoo’s Calling, Rowling will write another mystery novel
When they landed in Miami, the Beatles found plenty of opportunity to soak in the sights
By the time they were set to play Carnegie Hall, the unrelenting spotlight and grueling schedule were starting to wear on the Beatles.
On Feb. 11, two days after their Ed Sullivan debut, the Beatles really started to mix it up with the natives.
Terrible movie inspires great book, which inspires a movie helmed by James Franco. Did you catch all that?
The reviews of the Beatles’ Ed Sullivan appearance brought everything back down to earth. The boys paged through a stack of them with feigned indifference early the next morning, Feb. 10, over breakfast in their Plaza suite. …
At 8 p.m. on Feb. 9, 1964 an unheard-of 60% of American TVs tuned to CBS to see The Beatles on Ed Sullivan.
The Beatles first arrived in the U.S. fifty years ago, on Feb. 7, 1964 — so now, a story you probably haven’t heard about the band
Exactly 50 years ago today, John, Paul, George and Ringo arrived for their first U.S. visit with little idea what lay in store for them.
The author admitted Hermione should have ended up with Harry, not Ron. What else should should have changed?