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The Harry Potter Alliance reaches its Equality FTW fundraising goal – plus, tonight’s live broadcast with Evanna Lynch!

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The Harry Potter Alliance has already reached its fundraising goal for this year's Equality FTW campaign, but they're not stopping just yet! As a special treat, actress Evanna Lynch is on a live webcast STARTING NOW! Read More »

WOULD YOU RATHER… be an Animagus or a Metamorphmagus? Let us know with #MNWYR

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WOULD YOU RATHER… be an Animagus or a Metamorphmagus? Before you answer, consider the following... Read More »

Jim Broadbent hands out LAFTA Awards to Lincolnshire’s young film makers

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Professor Slughorn is once again surrounding himself with bright, young magic makers. Jim Broadbent handed out LAFTA Awards to Lincolnshire's best young filmmakers. Read More »

Alan Rickman discusses working as a director, playing Louis XIV

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Alan Rickman has given a new interview in which he discusses working as a director on "A Little Chaos", what it was like playing King Louis XIV, and his future career plans. Read More »

Daniel Radcliffe voices his excitement for “Fantastic Beasts”, support for HeForShe campaign

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It's true – Daniel Radcliffe is just as excited about the "Fantastic Beasts" films as the rest of us! Find out what he had to say about the upcoming franchise, plus his thoughts on Emma Watson's #HeForShe campaign! Read More »

Book Review: “Alice + Freda Forever: A Murder in Memphis” by Alexis Coe

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It's unusual for a nonfiction book for teens to sound so riveting from the get-go: Alice and Freda were two nineteenth-century teenagers who happened to be in love. When the standards of the day kept them apart, perhaps not unexpectedly, Alice murdered Freda. I mean, come on. That's a story that begs to be told, and I'm surprised that Alexis Coe's account of their relationship, Freda's demise, and the resulting trial is the first I've ever heard of it. Read More »