Thursday, November 27, 2014

The Roundup with PW

Shop on Amazon, Underground: Amazon is the first advertiser to use the New York City transit system digital kiosks as pop-up stores to drive sales of holiday gifts.

Shakespeare 'First Folio' Found: A rare and valuable William Shakespeare 'First Folio,' the collection of plays credited with being the reason his literary legacy survived, has been discovered in a provincial town in France.

Hollywood's 25 Most Powerful Authors: Books by these writers — ranked in order of influence by the 'Hollywood Reporter' — are source material for more than 300 movie and TV projects and have helped rake in billions in box office and revenue.

What to Read Over Thanksgiving: It’s the time of year when you might want to disappear into a book – and especially one about families even more dysfunctional than your own.

Ferguson Library Stays Open: In the tumultuous aftermath of the announcement Monday evening of a Grand Jury’s decision not to indict officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of Michael Brown in August, many public services in the area have shut down. But not the Ferguson Municipal Library.


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