Is It True? Does Harry Potter 'Go Black' A La Tony Soprano?

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Hogwash to some is Hogwarts to many, many more – as indicated by the lengthier lines and lengthier waits at local book stores for the long-awaited concluding volume in J.K. Rowling’s phenomenally popular Harry Potter series, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. Midnight Friday was the moment, and this was the scene at the Barnes & Noble outlet on Germantown Parkway. For the record, by the way, things end this way: Harry…

Oh, go read the book. The lines are shorter today. (And check out the photo series for stages of the journey.)

j.b.

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