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11-year-old Hans Kuno, of Hannawa Falls (above), in his quidditch uniform, joined other fans at the Brewer Bookstore in Canton.  He dove into the book after buying it Saturday. (below)
11-year-old Hans Kuno, of Hannawa Falls (above), in his quidditch uniform, joined other fans at the Brewer Bookstore in Canton. He dove into the book after buying it Saturday. (below)

Harry Potter-mania Hits Canton

If words like quidditch and muggle, and the names Harry, Hermione, Hagrid and You-know-who are familiar, then you'll understand the excitement among "Harry Potter" fans over the weekend. The long awaited sixth installment in the series was released Saturday morning. Todd Moe spoke with some "Potter" fans at the Brewer Bookstore in Canton.  Go to full article
Dozens of kids lined up for 'Draco Malfoy' autographs
Dozens of kids lined up for 'Draco Malfoy' autographs

'Draco Malfoy' Visits Massena

Actor Tom Felton, who plays the villian in the Harry Potter films spoke to hundreds of kids, signed books, and posed for photos yesterday at Massena High School. Felton is an avid carp angler and co-host of the St. Lawrence International Junior Carp Tournament being held this week.  Go to full article

Harry Potter Publisher Saves Trees

The latest installment of the acclaimed Harry Potter series came out last week. And it's said to be the biggest book launch in history. Raincoast Books is the exclusive publisher of the book in Canada... and it's found a way to save a few thousand trees in the process. The Great Lakes Radio Consortium's Jenny Lawton reports.  Go to full article

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