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2013-09-09 23:02:01

Author and Recovery Advocate William Cope Moyers (Broken) Hosts the Discussion, Which Also Features Author Sacha Z. Scoblic and Writer Michael Winship, as Part of the REEL Recovery Film Festival & Symposium, Running September 27–October 3 in New York City New York, NY (PRWEB) September 09, 2013 Contrary to the outdated stereotype of writers as hard drinkers who do their best work with a bottle at hand, sobriety has proved a much more successful path to creativity for best-selling...

2010-03-02 13:43:00

PITTSBURGH March 2 /PRNewswire/ -- TJL Productions announced today that PBS will broadcast WHEN IRISH EYES ARE SMILING - AN IRISH PARADE OF STARS throughout March in celebration of St. Patrick's Day. The latest installment of PBS' popular "My Music" series presents a nostalgic journey back to the 1950s and 1960s featuring long-unseen footage of beloved entertainers singing some of the greatest songs from and inspired by Ireland. The program opens on the streets of Dublin with legendary...

2009-07-19 20:07:17

Frank McCourt, who wrote the Pulitzer Prize-winning book Angela's Ashes, died in New York Sunday of cancer, his family announced. He was 78. The cause was metastatic melanoma, McCourt's brother, Malachy McCourt, told The New York Times. Frank McCourt capped a 30-year teaching career in the New York City public system by writing a memoir of his wretched childhood in Ireland during the Depression. Angela's Ashes became an enormous best seller when it was published in 1996 and earned Frank...

2006-04-18 18:12:34

(Please read in fifth paragraph ...about his years as a young man in New York after returning from Ireland... instead of ...about his Irish childhood.) NEW YORK (Reuters) - Writer and actor Malachy McCourt said on Tuesday he will run for governor of New York under the slogan "Don't waste your vote, give it to me." Best known as the raconteur brother of "Angela's Ashes" author Frank McCourt, Malachy McCourt said on his Web site that he will seek the Green Party nomination for...

2006-04-18 17:51:15

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Writer and actor Malachy McCourt said on Tuesday he will run for governor of New York under the slogan "Don't waste your vote, give it to me." Best known as the raconteur brother of "Angela's Ashes" author Frank McCourt, Malachy McCourt said on his Web site that he will seek the Green Party nomination for November's election. McCourt said he will run on a platform of promoting peace, ridding New York State of nuclear energy and abolishing the death penalty. "It...


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