Mark Donovan

About PEOPLE

PEOPLE, a Dotdash Meredith Brand, delivers the most trustworthy celebrity news and captivating human interest stories, connecting you to the pulse of American culture. Since our first issue hit stands in 1974, we have been striving to tell compelling stories about the people behind the issues, as opposed to just the issues themselves. We are your everyday escape, taking you inside the lives of intriguing stars, newsmakers, up-and-comers and ordinary people doing extraordinary things. We serve and delight you by providing ideas about beauty, food and style through the lens of the people influencing the trends. And we are a force for good by telling stories of hope, optimism and kindness that drive conversation and inspire action. Learn more about us and our editorial guidelines.

Latest from Mark Donovan
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The Big News in 'little' Washington, Va., Is the Inn Place That Has Gourmets Clamoring for Five-Star Fare
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For 'Field of Dreams' Fans Who Trek to Don Lansing's Iowa Farm, the Diamond Is Forever
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With His 21st Thriller, Writer Ross Thomas Just Might Hit It Big—Not That He Hasn't Been Trying
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Richard Hoyt's Outrageous Thrillers Are Quite a Trip
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The Puny Grandeur of Oxymorons
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Robert Parker Brings a Soft Touch to the Hard-Boiled School of Mystery Writing
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The Pun Is Under Assault and John Crosbie Cries 'Foul'
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For Years, Stephen King's Firestarter Was Wife Tabitha; Now She Burns to Write, Too
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'Lolita' , Broadway's Bomb of the Year, Detonates Edward Albee, Bemuses Donald Sutherland and Illuminates a Lovely Survivor, Blanche Baker
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Don't Mess with the Birthday Boy: the Oldest Gorilla in Captivity Turns 50
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To Restaurant Owner, Bon Vivant and Poet, Steve Stone May Soon Add 'Baseball's Best Pitcher'
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In Ladies' Golf, Ken Young Runs Tournaments and His Wife, Donna Caponi, Wins Them
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If You Missed the Book, Try the Movies; John Heyman Is Filming the Bible
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The World Pool Title in the Side Pocket, Mike Sigel Calls, and Makes the Shot, of Course
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Madison Square Garden Never Lacks a Doctor in the House: John Grozine
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With a First-Round Knockout, Tony Danza of 'taxi' Proves He's More Than Just a Hack
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The King of the Mystery Novel, Ellery Queen, Turns 50—So Why Is Frederic Dannay (Not His Original Name) Celebrating?
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Dik Browne's Pen Is Mightier Than the Sword, but with 'Hagar' , His Wit Has Gone from Bad to Norse
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The Nichols and May of Today Call Themselves Monteith and Rand
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The Yankees' Winning Formula? A New Manager Who Is Calm, Agreeable and Not Billy Martin
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The Movie May Be All Wet, but Here Comes the Sun for 'Sgt. Pepper' 's Sandy Farina
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You Don't Have to Be An Expert, Says Sam Wagstaff, to Recognize Great Photographs
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Hilary Hilton & Louise Gengler Are the Gilded Birds in the Chicken-Wire Cage: The Champs of Platform Tennis