Harry, or actually Mad-Eye Moody, is featured in this Bachelor Party comic.
A Washington pediatrician warns of a new medical condition.
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Nokia's Chief Technical Officer, Yrjo Neuvo, discusses the future of technology, and remarks that J.K. Rowling got him to thinking.
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Today's Off the Mark featured a familiar scar.
The theatrical trailer of Peter Pan, starring Jason Isaacs, is now available.
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The Sun reports that a boy received a scar like Harry's when he jumped in front of a truck to save his friend.
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USA Today put Harry in their list of 'geeks at their peak':
Who is he? Bespectacled book boy turned movie hero, selling millions of copies in the publishing world and millions of tickets at the box office.
Why he's a cool geek: He may be a misfit, with Muggle parents and the gift of wizardry making him not quite of eitherContinued...
HPANA also has a scan of today's Rhymes With Orange comic, which several TLC readers emailed us about.
The Financial Times reports that scientist have named an orphan gene Harry Potter, in keeping with the tradition of naming orphan genes after famous orphans. The gene, "plays a key role in regulating the onset of puberty, one of the great mysteries of human biology".
Fans of Comedy Central's The Daily Show, might have caught a quick Harry Potter reference on Tuesday, October 21st. During a story on illusionist, David Blaine's emergence from the glass box he locked himself in for 44 days, host Jon Stewart said,
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Norwegian Lena Skarning received a grant to run a business of potions, fortune-telling and magic. She says the Harry Potter books may have made people more tolerant of sorcery, and refers to herself as "Norway's only state-backed witch."
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Don't eat garden slugs. Even if it's a dare.
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The BBC is asking U.K. residents to vote for their favorite book as part of their Big Read campaign, and Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire is one of the 21 listed. It's in brilliant company.
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