Biker Ron Hamberg says he's read Dickens, Twain and Gandhi's autobiography, but as for books about motorcycles, "I just ride 'em, I don't read about 'em." Solvejg Wastvedt hide caption

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Vroom, Vroom, Hmmmm: Motorcycles As Literary Metaphor

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Amazon Relents: Begins Selling Rowling's 'Silkworm'

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Settlement Brings An Early End To Apple's Price-Fixing Case

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Jazz Balladeer Influenced Better-Known Singers

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Ossie Davis and Ruby Dee at the 1989 Cannes Festival for the showing of Spike Lee's Do The Right Thing. Courtesy of David Lee/All Rights Reserved hide caption

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Ruby Dee: An Actress Who Marched On Washington And Onto The Screen

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'Lego Movie' Caught In Amazon's Battle With Warner Home Video

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'Nerdfighters' Mobilize For Film Premiere, Armed With Favorite Lines

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In Hollywood, 50 Is The New 80: What Happens When 'It Girls' Get Old

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Authors Angered Over Amazon's Dispute With Publisher Hachette

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The 85 musicians in the Santa Cecilia Orchestra are paid professionals who play with other symphonies and in Hollywood studios. Courtesy of the Santa Cecilia Orchestra hide caption

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How Do You Get Latino Kids Into Classical Music? Bring The Parents

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Calif. Gov. Brown Urged To Expand Tax Credits For Movie Industry

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Hollywood Protests Against Owners Of Beverly Hills Hotel

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A Film And Fashion Icon On Aging, And The Power Of Turtlenecks

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Admirers ask Gabriel Garcia Marquez --€” seated alongside his wife, Mercedes Barcha €-- to sign books in Santa Marta, Colombia, in 2007. Alejandra Vega/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Writer Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Who Gave Voice To Latin America, Dies

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'Washington Post' And 'Guardian' Win Pulitzer For NSA Stories

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