Edgar Allen Poe

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Adirondack Daily Enterprise
How science and technology are changing policinglike our society is forever fascinated with the police. This fascination for ou
How science and technology are changing policing
Adirondack Daily Enterprise / Posted 6 days ago
like our society is forever fascinated with the police. This fascination for our culture seems to have begun in literature. Edgar Allen Poe may have created the first fictional detective in the 1800s, C. Auguste Dupin. Perhaps the first real... Read more
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New Times San Luis Obispo
Publishing Local News and Entertainment for over 29 years in San Luis Obispo County, CAbe made and the laws that need to be passed are politically impossible to be ma
Publishing Local News and Entertainment for over 29 years in San Luis Obispo County, CA
New Times San Luis Obispo / Posted 13 days ago
be made and the laws that need to be passed are politically impossible to be made or passed. Like characters in a story by Edgar Allen Poe, we are trapped in a nightmarish reality of our own creation. That reality is the overwhelming, devastating... Read more
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Orange County Register
Register Book Club: Bestselling author Michael Connelly flexes his newsroom skillsbegan writing crime novels. The first book he published – “The Black Echo” in 1
Register Book Club: Bestselling author Michael Connelly flexes his newsroom skills
Orange County Register / Posted 13 days ago
began writing crime novels. The first book he published – “The Black Echo” in 1992 – won the Edgar Award, named after Edgar Allen Poe and widely considered one of the most prestigious honors in mystery writing. In Florida, Connelly had... Read more
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Football365
Welsh are cockier than the Englishover the top. The second part of this mail is a little more sinister, I have b
Welsh are cockier than the English
Football365 / Posted 14 days ago
over the top. The second part of this mail is a little more sinister, I have been reading the mails of what I assume is an Edgar Allen Poe enthusiast by the name of Ed. Though I aim to reserve judgement for peoples character until I meet them in... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Viola Meredith Plant Millspaugh, who led tours of Baltimore and served on civic boards, diesfor the Peale Museum from 1974 to 1981 and the Tourism Council of Baltimore fro
Viola Meredith Plant Millspaugh, who led tours of Baltimore and served on civic boards, dies
Baltimore Sun / Posted 17 days ago
for the Peale Museum from 1974 to 1981 and the Tourism Council of Baltimore from 1978 to 1981. She was on the board of the Edgar Allen Poe Society and helped catalyze the renovation of the Poe House. Other civic boards she served on included the... Read more
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CBS 6 Richmond
Weekend Events: Kehinde Wiley opens at VMFA, Field Day RVA Gamesat https://festevents.org/. Festival of Art at Dogwood Dell features, Poemas b
Weekend Events: Kehinde Wiley opens at VMFA, Field Day RVA Games
CBS 6 Richmond / Posted 19 days ago
at https://festevents.org/. Festival of Art at Dogwood Dell features, Poemas by The Latin Ballet of Virginia and The Edgar Allen Poe Museum, Friday , 8:30pm; Saturday – Kings of Swing – 8pm; Sunday – Susan Greenbaum – 8pm; June 17 – Plunky... Read more
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examiner.com
Sean “Diving Board Head” O’Prez wears many psychobilly hats on top of that quiffwell. I’ll always like them. And Tiger Army. I don’t (care) what anyone says. I
Sean “Diving Board Head” O’Prez wears many psychobilly hats on top of that quiff
examiner.com / Posted 20 days ago
well. I’ll always like them. And Tiger Army. I don’t (care) what anyone says. I love Nick 13’s lyrics. I like their whole Edgar Allen Poe-esque stuff. But I think the best singer of the whole lot is Frankie Hayes of Spellbound. He’s a brilliant... Read more
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The Hollywood Reporter
Director Roger Corman to Get Locarno Film Fest Honordirected. The 90-year-old Detroit came to fame in the early ‘60s with a series
Director Roger Corman to Get Locarno Film Fest Honor
The Hollywood Reporter / Posted 22 days ago
directed. The 90-year-old Detroit came to fame in the early ‘60s with a series of low-budget films based on the works of Edgar Allen Poe, made with American International Pictures: House of Usher (1960), The Pit and the Pendulum (1961), The... Read more
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Variety
B-Movies Master Roger Corman to be Feted by Locarno Film Festivalstarring William Shatner as a rabble-rousing racist, and of 1964’s “The Masque
B-Movies Master Roger Corman to be Feted by Locarno Film Festival
Variety / Posted 22 days ago
starring William Shatner as a rabble-rousing racist, and of 1964’s “The Masque of the Red Death,” based on a short story by Edgar Allen Poe, toplining Vincent Price. “As director and screenwriter he made a long series of films whose low-budget... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Horror story: White Sox's monster collapse in ninth inning one for the booksa wild pitch on an intentional walk and serve up the game-winning, bases-loaded
Horror story: White Sox's monster collapse in ninth inning one for the books
Chicago Tribune / Posted 1 months ago
a wild pitch on an intentional walk and serve up the game-winning, bases-loaded single to rookie Brett Eibner to end it. Edgar Allen Poe couldn't have written a more horrifying ending. The "Texas Chainsaw Massacre" was a love story in comparison.... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Local man to release "Baltimorials" coloring bookwith a statue.” Figures in the coloring book include Johnny Unitas, Harriet Tu
Local man to release "Baltimorials" coloring book
Baltimore Sun / Posted 1 months ago
with a statue.” Figures in the coloring book include Johnny Unitas, Harriet Tubman, Frederick Douglass, Francis Scott Key, Edgar Allen Poe, Mother Seton, Babe Ruth, Billie Holliday, William Donald Schaefer among others. Nicklas said the characters... Read more

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