Leaky News Archives for June 2003
It seems that people have come forward to adopt several abandoned Barn Owls in need of a home due to their popularity from the Harry Potter movies.
The Telegraph has an interesting article in their travel section about a Musée de la Sorcelleris or Sorcery Museum.
Yet another naysayer: Gerry Goble from the Mansfield News Journal prefers the classics over Potter.
Newsround talks with some of the UKs teen stars about how they're anticipating release of the next book.
Today we have Part 2 of "This is Your Life" with the article "Into the Storm".
There's a cute Foxtrot comic this morning talking about OotP.
BBC has a look at why adults like the Potter series.
The Orlando Sentinal has an article about Nimbus - 2003. The reporter highlights the fact that the event will be taking place right in Orlando in mid-July, and reports on a few of the events taking place during Nimbus - 2003, including the Taste of the UK feast, the Double Feature Double Feature, and some of the panels,Continued...
Thanks again to Mugglenet for the tipoff; DigiCasey.com has posted pics from PoA.
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If you go here, you can see a teaser for a Harry Potter segment that NBC's TODAY will be airing later in the week. (Info as we get it.)
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In an effort to get away from the daily drivel of Harry Potter fluff stories, we're collecting emails of what you plan on EATING when you read. Yes, that's right - whether you'll crack open your book at midnight with munchies at your side, starting with a Hogwarts-sized breakfast, or spendingContinued...
According to readers, MSNBC is running a moving interview throughout the day with Gina Peca, the mother of Catie Hoch, a girl who passed on due to cancer - but not before Rowling read parts of Book IV to her.