Edgar Allan Poe News
Jack Black Teases New 'Goosebumps' Movie
The comedic actor is live in Times Square discussing his role as spooky storyteller R. L. Stine.
The Phil Files: Taking the long road
Charley Rosen, author of 18 books about basketball and a former assistant coach under Phil Jackson in the CBA, spent a day with Jackson in every month of his debut season with the New York Knicks, during which the Hall of Fame coach-turned-executive talked frankly about his roster and his new role
Ring Them Bells--Not! Salvation Army Noise Complaint
A New Hampshire woman has called the cops on the Salvation Army. Her complaint? Loud bell-ringing. Sarah Hamilton-Parker, who works in the Portsmouth jewelry store Lovell Designs , says the Salvation Army has been encamped outside her store every year for the past four. By her calculation, she has
'7th Heaven' Stars: Where Are They Now?
It's a move that would've been unthinkable for Rev. Eric Camden. Stephen Collins , the former star of "7th Heaven," has filed for divorce from his wife, Faye Grant. Collins, 64, said in statement that Grant has been "my dearest friend and a loving mother" to their daughter Kate. He said the two
'The Raven': John Cusack Playing Edgar Allan Poe
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Jan. 19: Edgar Allan Poe's Birthday
Edgar Allan Poe’s Birthday Famed gothic writer Edgar Allan Poe was born on Jan. 19, 1809, in Boston. Poe is known for his dark and suspenseful poetry and stories, including “The Raven,” “The Tell-Tale Heart,” and “The Murders in the Rue Morgue.” Edgar Allan...
160 Years After Mysterious Death, Edgar Allan Poe Gets Proper Funeral
Just 160 years after he died , Edgar Allan Poe is finally getting a funeral befitting one of America's greatest writers. Already, a pine casket has been visited by hundreds, and visitors have peered inside to see a surprisingly dead-looking replica of Poe. And today the master of macabre, known for
Reasons We Say the Wrong Thing
When South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford admitted to having an affair , he gave a speech explaining his behavior that drew sharp criticism from some, while others pointed to its honesty. One thing that can be agreed upon is that it wasn't the typical politician's post-cheating speech, and might have
There's no mystery to Poe's allure
On the eve of the bicentennial of Edgar Allan Poe's birth, multiple cities are laying claim to this master of the macabre with commemorations ranging from a Victorian séance in Richmond, Va., to a period costume contest in Baltimore, to a debate in Philadelphia over which city has legitimate claim