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I just finished reading the book One Summer: America, 1927 by my favorite author, Bill Bryson. I found this book particularly interesting because my mother was born in February, 1927, so it helped me put the scope of her life in context. 265 more words


'One Summer: America 1927' by Bill Bryson ****

One Summer: America 1927 is historian Bill Bryson’s newest number one bestseller.  In this fascinating book, he writes of the summer in which ‘America came of age and changed the world for ever’.  347 more words

Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port: The Basques (Die Basken)

A Count de Montmorency once boasted to a Basque about how old his name was, and the history of his nobility and his family. He boasted about the great men from whom he was descended. 6,970 more words

Kurt Tucholsky


Shot by Karl Freund, Günther Rittau, and Walter Ruttmann

Director: Fritz Lang

Perfect Shots

The Man with a Movie Camera (1929)

For our very first Throwback Thursday, we go all the way back to 1929 for a look at Dziga Vertov‘s seminal work The Man with a Movie Camera… 552 more words


God's Love - Amore di Dio (ITALIAN-ITALIANO: Riveduta Bibbia 1927)

ITALIAN-ITALIANO: Riveduta Bibbia 1927

John (Giovanni) 3:16

16 Poiché Iddio ha tanto amato il mondo, che ha dato il suo unigenito Figliuolo, affinché chiunque crede in lui non perisca, ma abbia vita eterna.


F Is For… FUNNY FACE (1927)

Welcome to a new Musical Theatre Monday! Today, we’re continuing our series of alphabetically ordered posts on forgotten musicals from the ’10s – ’40s. Over the next 25 weeks (note that I will not be doing a post for the letter X), I’ll be covering a different forgotten musical. 896 more words