Articles in Books
The holidays are fast upon us — and nerds have needs.
ASU students can get a free coffee or beverage Wednesday with the purchase of any “Hobbit” special menu item at Denny’s.
Changing Hands Bookstore’s plans to expand beyond Tempe need a little help from the citizens of the Internet.
I don’t get the Hunger Games fascination with bad make-up and clothing, I don’t know if this is explained in the books, but it’s just silly on the screen.
The Book Thief depicts a Holocaust-lite version of World War II era Nazi Germany and inadvertently poses the question, “Can a cute Nazi kid steal your heart?”
One of the world’s largest technology companies will build a brand-new manufacturing facility in Mesa that will add hundreds of jobs permanent jobs and more than 1,000 temporary positions.
Even though it is clunky at times and rushed at others, Ender’s Game is still one of the best science-fiction films to come along in some time.
A planned memorial statue to Dungeons & Dragons co-creator Gary Gygax in his hometown of Lake Geneva, Wis., will apparently now proceed after fans of the roleplaying game supported the effort by purchasing limited-edition reprints …
Carrie is billed as a “re-imagining,” but it is actually more of a replica with a couple of inane new scenes, just so they can say it’s not exactly the same.
Arena of War, the first free-to-play mobile app game based on the Dungeons & Dragons brand, released Thursday for iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch.