King's 'Mist' in a soupy fog
Can genre fiction be literature too? This detective novel definitely is
The book trade is hearing dog whistles
'1408' has the audience's number
Steering clear of potential cruise catastrophes
Purveyor of blood and lust films
A Stephen King thing
Woman cries out, man saves her - and the twists start
First a novel, now a comic book
Stanley Kubrick maintained his independence
African series returns to the BMA
Branch's Latest Trio
Not just a shameful pleasure any more
Signs of awareness while in vegetative state: hope or horror?
Jackie Chan named a 'generous celebrity'
Young writer, 9, has busy life, multiple interests
Tight games leave emotions O'vershot Fans: Playoff worries have produced so much angst that some Oriole fans can't bear to watch.
Making Shakespeare sing Music: 'Merry Wives of Windsor' was essentially a bust for the Bard. Verdi turned it on its ear, and the rest is operatic history.
Success has been otherworldly Horror: Author Tananarive Due dismisses her fears and turns on the chills.
Survey tries to get a read on book-buying America
THE KING OF SCARES SCORES HIGH; PREVIEW: THE MINISERIES 'STEPHEN KING'S THE SHINING' MEASURES UP SURPRISINGLY WELL AGAINST THE MOVIE.
THERE'S MORE THAN ONE DOCTOR IN THE HOUSE AT CBS
TYPHOID STEVIE Whether he's viewed as a germ contaminating American literature or an infection that causes compulsive reading, just think of horror master Stephen King as ---
Seeing 'Thinner' just waste away Review: Curses on this flimsy film that sets out with a promising conceit only to offend everyone within view: heavy people, Gypsies, Italians and the ticket buyer.
Fall Projections Movies: Grown-up films crowd the screen schedule - so many of them that some will leave town unnoticed; Fall Movie Preview
That's what Friends is for Actor: A thrilled Holter Graham hits the halls of his prep school wearing his role as freshly minted Hollywood hunk.
A Cancer on their credit Errors: Lynn and Paul Juliano were victims of bureaucratic miscues and errant information that scarred their credit reports. The mistakes cost them time, money and caused plenty of aggravation.
Some July Novels: Iran, women, wit
Suit contends book assisted in murders Families say publisher of 'Hit Man' manual is responsible in 3 deaths
Boomers look more like a bust in 'Life' list
Hanging on His Every Word Giving voice: Audio books superstar Frank Muller vividly brings to life characters from Hamlet to Hannibal Lechter.
Spring's crop of films is mostly adult fare Of age: In the next few weeks movies with grown-up stars like John Malkovich, Robert Redford, Liam Neeson and Steve Martin dominate. Only one features a young friend from 'Friends.'
This 'Bully' has no punch Remember what your mama told you and ignore the 'Big Bully.'
IN THE 'CLUB' Fan club: Ann Martin's Babysitters Club books have led legions of young readers through difficult years and earned her cult status. She's still getting used to the last part.
A look back at the gulf war and some old TV friends
Chills for children is author's aim Popular writer: You may not have heard of R. L. Stine, but he's the Stephen King of the night-light set.
TV 'Anthology' presents new Beatles recording
Bandits get hat trick from King in 6-4 win Ex-NHLer helps team snap 5-game losing streak
Jove! The cheap read invades Britain
John Grisham becomes a television producer for his own 'Client'
Barker returns to the horror he knows so well
Big-name writers trying hand at comics
A Glimpse into the mysteries of success and failure
Book of the region: Shangri-La and baseball
Days for Paying the Piper