WASHINGTON, D.C.—Local podcast host Tom Doory is arguing that the discovery of Osama Bin Laden’s bookshelf is a blatant lie, and that the government may have covered up actually finding the bookshelf years ago.
The Clean Reader app, developed by an ultra-religious Christian couple from Idaho, claims to sanitize written works by removing ‘offensive’ swears and other ‘vulgar’ language.
The Hollywood adaptation of the erotic novel 50 Shades of Grey had an explosive opening night and engorged sales over the weekend. What’s less expected is the collateral impact the franchise has had beyond book and ticket sales. Here are some surprising ways 50 Shades of Grey has exerted its authority.
For most of his life, Dick Perkins has lived in the public eye, or at least under those eyes still learning to read.
“I didn’t have a normal childhood. How could I? Long before reality television, there I was—living my life on the written page. Everything I did was captured in stories for other people’s education.”
New Age guru and best-selling author Irving Lanslinger is recovering in hospital after being badly beaten by several masked men following a seminar he gave in Toronto.
Lanslinger was walking back to his hotel after giving a talk to a sold out crowd about the powers of manifesting wealth and happiness through positive thinking…
Photo: Alex Van Hamme Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield enjoyed the opportunity to meet Mooseclean’s writer Alex Van Hamme at a Chapters bookstore this weekend. “He’s way nicer than I thought he would be,” said Hadfield. “He’d clearly been waiting in line for… Continue Reading
KAMLOOPS, B.C.—Amy Parsons was hosting her monthly book club Sunday night when discussion and laughter devolved into insults and fisticuffs.
“I’m not really sure how it happened. One minute, we were talking about the book Fight Club, and the next…” Parsons trailed off, dabbing at her bloody knee.