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from Kingstowne-Rose Hill, VA Patch

Springfield Borders to Close

Borders in Springfield, VA--where I had meetups and attended Harry Potter book release parties.

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Free Comic Book Day: Why It Matters & Why You Should Attend — Free Comic Book Day. Record Store Day. Apple Store camp-out sessions. Harry Potter book release parties. What do all of these things have in commo...

Free Comic Book Day: Why It Matters & Why You Should Attend — Free Comic Book Day. Record Store Day. Apple Store camp-out sessions. Harry Potter book release parties. What do all of these things have in commo...

Free Comic Book Day: Why It Matters & Why You Should Attend — Free Comic Book Day. Record Store Day. Apple Store camp-out sessions. Harry Potter book release parties. What do all of these things have in commo...

Free Comic Book Day: Why It Matters & Why You Should Attend — Free Comic Book Day. Record Store Day. Apple Store camp-out sessions. Harry Potter book release parties. What do all of these things have in commo...

Free Comic Book Day: Why It Matters & Why You Should Attend — Free Comic Book Day. Record Store Day. Apple Store camp-out sessions. Harry Potter book release parties. What do all of these things have in commo...

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from The Independent

First Harry Potter and the Cursed Child book review to be written by speed-reading 10-year-old

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child book release: Speed-reading 10-year-old to post first review of new JK Rowling play http://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/books/news/harry-potter-and-the-cursed-child-book-release-speed-reading-10-year-old-to-post-first-review-of-new-a7159901.html

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from BuzzFeed

29 Things No One Tells You About Being A Harry Potter Fanatic

You’ll never stop wishing there were just one more book release. | 29 Things No One Tells You About Being A Harry Potter Fanatic

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from bustle.com

20 Pieces of Harry Potter Apparel You Never Knew You Needed

Growing up with Harry Potter was a pretty magical thing. The days were full of long-awaited Hogwarts letters, midnight book releases, and waiting for the next films to come out. Being a Harry Potter fan back then meant dressing up before you went to Barnes & Noble or Borders to pick up your book,