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“Harry Potter” exhibition coming to Texas A&M Medical Sciences Library

"Harry Potter's World"

An exhibition titled "Harry Potter’s World: Renaissance Science, Magic, and Medicine" is set to open at the Texas A&M Medical Sciences Library this fall. Find out more here. Read More »

Bonnie Wright visits Chengdu, learns how to play mahjong, and hangs out with a panda!

Bonnie Wright Chengdu

Last week, Bonnie Wright was invited to visit Chengdu, in the People's Republic of China. Check out all the photos from her visit right here! Read More »

Video: Emma Thompson performs songs from “Sweeney Todd”

Emma Thompson Bryn Terfel Sweeney Todd

Emma Thompson returned this year to the stage in the musical "Sweeney Todd". The musical had a limited run in New York earlier this year but will return to the stage in London next year. You can find out more about Emma's return to the stage here. We posted earlier this year about a special PBS broadcast of the musical - well, the day of the broadcast is finally here! Read More »

MuggleNet Throwback: J.K. Rowling joins Twitter!

Image: British author J.K. Rowling arrives for a G20 summit dinner at 10 Downing Street in London

It's 2009, and Queen Rowling herself has joined the Twittersphere! But tweeting isn't all it's cracked up to be for the "Harry Potter" author. Find out why in this week's MuggleNet Throwback! Read More »

Bill Nighy on why Rufus Scrimgeour was Welsh – and why he was glad to be in “Potter”

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I

In another interview at the Toronto International Film Festival, Bill Nighy (Rufus Scrimgeour) spoke about the different roles he has played in his career, including his role as Rufus Scrimgeour in "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 1". Read More »

Kindle Unlimited launched by Amazon, includes “Potter”

Harry Potter book series

For those of you with a Kindle, you might have been thinking that a subscription service for books would be something you would appreciate. Well, Amazon might have the answer for you, with their own "Netflix for books." After launching Kindle Unlimited in America over the summer, Amazon has now launched the service in the UK. Read More »