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No, it's not a leftover attack ad from the 1789 presidential campaign. It's a promotion for the second season of Drunk History, the off-kilter Comedy Central hit created by Lutherville native Derek Waters. Season 2 of the woozy walk through our
But a pair of brief musical dramas, each about a fantastical beast, jolted audiences from their early summer doldrums. The more interesting of these two presentations, The Raven , at the Gerald W. Lynch Theater, also marked a welcome uptick in
Bruce Chadwick Bruce Chadwick lectures on history and film at Rutgers University in New Jersey...He holds his PhD from Rutgers and was a former editor for the New York Daily News...The last days of Edgar Allan Poe, the titanic American writer and
Police say a 16-year-old shot a Pennsylvania cabbie twice in the head because he believed the driver was trying to rip him off...Closed except for a few special events since 2012, the 2 1/2-story brick building is welcoming the public back in
An actor with Down's syndrome is to play the title role in BBC Radio 4's new classic serial, Barnaby Rudge. Although his non-standard speech might be an extra challenge for the listener, the producer feels it shouldn't happen any other way. "
If you're looking for a new favorite underground rock band, then you're in the right place. Boston-based Radio Silence is making some major moves. The group currently sits at #1 in the Rock/Alternative/Metal
But Red-Eye to Havre de Grace imagines plenty of surprises for the Gothic genius on a mind-bending whistle-stop tour through his last days. After Ranger Steve (Jeremy Wilhelm) from the Poe National Historic Site fills in some biographical material,
This is a clay model of the final design for the life-size statue of Edgar Allen Poe that will be unveiled on October 5, 2014 at 2pm, at the corner of Boylston Street and Charles Street South in Boston, which is also named "Edgar Allan Poe Square."
Edgar Allan Poe statue slated for October unveiling in Boston / Boston.com Staff / April 4, 2014 After years of fundraising efforts , a statue of the famed, Boston-born author will be installed in the city. A pioneer of the mystery and horror
The story is told through the nurses and doctors as they cared for the wounded while coping with sparse supplies, dangerous conditions, hot summers, and freezing winters as they continued a dangerous move over the Alps.