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Be afraid. Be very afraid. ‘The Scarecrow’ cometh

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When Michael Connelly sat down to write “The Scarecrow,” his second book about journalist Jack McEvoy, he didn’t have to do much research. He was writing what he knows.

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Buckled up inside: Life-threatening injuries leave rising jazz star Melody Gardot with limitations – and a grateful heart

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When she was 19, Philadelphia singer/songwriter Melody Gardot was involved in an accident that damaged both her body and her brain. A car struck her as she was riding her bicycle, although she can’t remember why or where she was pedaling to. The accident left her with  a fractured pelvis and damaged her spine.

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World’s richest beach bum launches Summerzcool Tour: Jimmy Buffett’s fans raise $17K for charity at Frisco tailgate party

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When Jimmy Buffett’s fans – called Parrotheads – get together, it’s a given that there will be a lot of food, fun, tropical music and adult beverages.

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Martina McBride: Finding the songs is still the hardest part

With the release of “Shine,” her 10th studio album, on RCA Records Nashville, multiple-platinum recording artist Martina McBride has once again debuted at  #1 on Billboard’s Top Country Albums chart. The CD’s single “Ride,” released in late 2008, is #11 on this week’s singles chart.

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No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency: Botswana's Best in Print and on the Small Screen

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Legend has it that when author Alexander McCall Smith saw a “traditionally built” woman in Botswana tending to the chickens in her yard, he decided to create a series of books centered on her life.

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