'Fifty Shades Darker' Rumors: Anastasia Steele, Christian Grey To Wed In Paris, Key Book Scene Another Twitter user named @lemon_buzz also spilled they had a copy of the "Fifty Shades Darker" and "Fifty Shades Freed" schedule for filming in France. This is a present I actually planned for my 15k mark. Thanks for sticking around _ here’s the ... 06/12/2016 - 11:53 pm | View Link
Fifty Shades of Grey: Here are some questions Christian Grey must answer in the 4th Book However, as the book is about to come out here are some questions compiled by Buzz Feed for Mr Abusive Fifty shades of fucked up Grey. As you announce your sordid entry please answer this questions sincerely. 1. Are you literally Fifty Shades of fucked up? 08/5/2015 - 1:00 pm | View Link
Buzz Worthy News: The Fifty Shades of Grey Roundup February 16th To celebrate the release of the BEST MOVIE EVAR coming out this Friday, we bring you a round up of the newest and best Fifty Shades of Grey Buzz. (And for those of you who want to shoot me right now, here is a little present to get you through the rest of ... 02/15/2015 - 11:00 am | View Link
'Fifty Shades Of Grey' Has Rest Of Book Trilogy Greenlit Fifty Shades of Grey is still days away from being released ... Critics are bound to tear the movie apart when they finally get to review it, but if the buzz is particularly vicious and if even all the book's fans aren't satisfied, Universal may have ... 02/9/2015 - 11:15 pm | View Link
How BDSM e-book "Fifty Shades of Grey" went viral The novel was published on May 26, 2011 and was first reviewed at the social network in June. "Initial buzz about 'Fifty Shades of Grey' started building on Goodreads as early as last summer and its phenomenally high average rating earned it a nomination ... 12/13/2012 - 4:19 am | View Link
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'Fifty Shades Darker': 3 Major Book Scenes That Shouldn't ... Fans of the highly anticipated film "Fifty Shades Darker" are hoping the sequel to the 2015 movie hit, "Fifty Shades of Grey," doesn't compromise some of the most ... | View Website
By Andrew Ervin, Special to The Washington Post
Over the past four decades, Alan Moore has earned a reputation — and a massive, worldwide audience — as a historian and champion of the macabre. In his legendary comics “V for Vendetta,” “Watchmen” and “From Hell,” the natural and the supernatural can be difficult to distinguish.
Denver’s Lakeside Amusement Park
By David Forsyth
University Press of Colorado
For more than a century, Lakeside has been one of Denver’s premier attractions. (Well, technically, it was built in the town of Lakeside, not Denver, but that’s beside the point.) Its rides and big-name bands, its train and fun house with the laughing lady have appealed to generations.
Perhaps most remarkable of all, Lakeside has survived. Of some 5,000 amusement parks built between 1895 and 1920, only 100 were still around in 2008. Lakeside’s success is due in large part to its management.
The park was built by a group of Denver businessmen, including the scion of the Zang brewing family. The design was part of the City Beautiful movement that also gave Denver Civic Center. To keep Lakeside from being surrounded by tawdry Coney Island-type businesses, Lakeside’s owners purchased a huge quantity of land and incorporated it as the town of Lakeside.
Putting in the effort to have a glowing complexion might sound like the sort of vanity that’s antithetical to leading a spiritual life, but Deepak Chopra sees it just the opposite way. Beauty is the natural outcome of a healthy diet, a healthy mind — a healthy state of being.
The renowned (and sometimes controversial) speaker, doctor and proponent of integrative medicine will be in Denver on Sunday for a sold-out event at Mile Hi Church in Lakewood.
Nutshell“Nutshell,” Ian McEwan’s preposterously weird little novel, is more brilliant than it has any right to be. The plot sounds like something sprung from a drunken round of literary Mad Libs: a crime of passion based on Shakespeare’s “Hamlet,” narrated by a fetus.
That it should come to this!
If you can get beyond that icky premise, you’ll discover a novel that sounds like a lark but offers a story that’s surprisingly suspenseful, dazzlingly clever and gravely profound.
By Ron Charles, Washington Post Writer’s Group
We love Ann Patchett for her novels, but her new one, “Commonwealth,” reminds us that, in another world, she could have been one of our favorite short story writers, too. When she edited “The Best American Short Stories” in 2006, she singled out Eudora Welty as “the hero of my life,” and that veneration shows in the adroitly shaped, exquisitely subtle scenes that make up her fiction.
“Commonwealth” opens with a 32-page story about a party at Fix Keating’s house in Los Angeles.