It's been over seven years since the publication of the last Harry Potter book, and fans desire for more of The Boy Who Lived seems to only grow stronger with the passage of time.

Sure, J.K. Rowling brought Harry back in a brief (and somewhat depressing) short story in which we saw him as a downtrodden 34-year-old shuffling to his seat at a quidditch match, but that only whet readers' appetites for a return to form for the hero of Hogwarts.

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After seven increasingly lengthy novels, fans said goodbye to Harry Potter with the "happily ever after..." conclusion of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.

Now it looks as though author J.K. Rowling has decided to give us one last look at The Boy Who Lived.

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If it seems like the students and faculty of the Hogwarts School for Witchcraft and Wizardry have been in the news a lot lately, it's not because someone put you under a Confundus Charm.

Universal Studios' Wizarding World of Harry Potter is opening its Diagon Alley attraction in a few weeks and the theme park has been hyping it up like it's the Tri-Wizard Tournament.

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For a Potterhead like myself, the world seemed to come to a slight screeching halt when the last movie came out. What were we going to do? What did we have to look forward to?

Thankfully Pottermore was announced in 2011, and the magical anticipation was renewed. Then this past year, Playstation got in the game and Sony brought Pottermore to Playstation Home.

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I'm still waiting on my acceptance letter to Hogwarts, and I'm no doubt not alone. Thankfully though, as we wait for the owl post, we can get a glimpse of what we can expect to see when there. 

Google Maps has given Harry Potter fans a way to experience Diagon Alley, if not in person at least through their Street View option. 

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