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Sioux City Journal

This Man Proposed With A Gorgeous 'Harry Potter'-inspired ...
Sioux City Journal
There are some fiancés who are amazing, and then there are some who are just magical. Take, for example, this man who proposed with a gorgeous “Harry ...

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T2 Online

Warner Bros is cracking down on unofficial Harry Potter festivals. Fans say, 'Dementor, much?'
T2 Online
In a very Professor Umbridge-like move, Warner Bros is killing the magic for unofficial Harry Potter festivals. The entertainment studio, which is the global distributor of the Harry Potter franchise, is cracking down on local Harry Potter fan ...

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Wizards and What Not

The tragic understanding of how Harry Potter sees himself as an adult
Wizards and What Not
Harry Potter has never really been a character who was the most confident but how he sees himself as an adult is maybe one of the greatest things about him. While Harry Potter is a savior to many, he doesn't really see himself as such. That much was ...
Harry Potter and the chamber of lawyers | Life and style | The GuardianThe Guardian
Whimsic Alley, the store sued by Warner Bros. over its 'Harry Potter' wares, is closingLos Angeles Times

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Evening Standard

Warner Bros. sparks outrage after crackdown on Harry Potter fan events to 'preserve trademark'
Evening Standard
Warner Bros. has sparked outrage amongst Harry Potter fans after cracking down on unauthorised festivals celebrating the J.K.Rowling series. The entertainment giant said it was necessary to stop the fan events becoming a “vehicle for unauthorised ...
Harry Potter and the chamber of lawyers | Life and style | The GuardianThe Guardian
Whimsic Alley, the store sued by Warner Bros. over its 'Harry Potter' wares, is closingLos Angeles Times

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GoodHousekeeping.com

Everything You Need to Know About Broadway's 'Harry Potter and the Cursed Child'
GoodHousekeeping.com
Warning: Spoilers ahead! The Tony Awards are here, and with 10 nominations under its belt and record-breaking box office numbers since its debut in the U.S. on April 22, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is a theatrical must for Muggles and wizards alike.
“Band's Visit” and “Harry Potter” Crush Tony AwardsNew York Show News
Josh Groban And Sara Bareilles Perform The Opening Number At The 2018 Tony AwardsYouTube

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WHYY

Warner Bros. sends cease and desist for Harry Potter fest, but Muggles can't stop magic-themed fall fun
WHYY
The Chestnut Hill Business District will not host what would have been the eighth annual Harry Potter Festival, following a cease and desist letter from Warner Bros. The company retains the rights and licenses for images and names from the massive ...

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PhillyVoice.com

Warner Bros. cracking down, Chestnut Hill Harry Potter Festival no more
PhillyVoice.com
Chestnut Hill's annual Harry Potter Festival, which drew more than 50,000 visitors last year, will likely never happen again. Warner Bros., the owner of most of the rights to the popular franchise, is cracking down on Potter festivals and restricting ...

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The Guardian

Carol Ann Duffy: 'I wish I'd written Harry Potter, obvs'
The Guardian
The book I am currently reading. The Poem: Lyric, Sign, Metre by Don Paterson. Reading it, your estimation of your own IQ incrementally diminishes. There are diagrams. Also Jay Bernard's Ted Hughes award-winning collection Surge: Side A. The book that ...



Daily Mail

Harry Potter engagement ring represents all four Hogwarts houses ...
Daily Mail
A Reddit user shared a photo of her three-part engagement ring. It has a diamond in the center, plus red, green, blue, and yellow stones to reprent Gryffindor, ...

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Buzz.ie

PIC: A Harry Potter question was slipped into the JC Maths paper
Buzz.ie
A Harry Potter themed question was slipped into yesterday's Junior Cert Maths paper, adding a bit of colour to the paper for students. In a question on Higher-Level paper two, students were shown a very familiar looking symbol from the Harry Potter series.


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