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Growing Up with The Graduate

The Graduate is the movie I would nominate as my “Desert Island disc” if I were unfortunate enough to be marooned somewhere with limited home entertainment options.

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The Sound of Silence - Simon and Garfunkel

Ignorance and arrogance; the two most devastating characteristics of humanity. These two simple traits are the roots to nearly all conflicts, whether a domestic spat between loved ones or in raging wars, the persecution of an entire people, or mass genocide. 1,253 more words

Lyrical Interpretation

Groovy Feelin’

Originally released on 1966’s Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme by the great Paul & Art, Harpers Bizarre, Santa Cruz, CA’s own pop-rock (and Mt. Dew) favorites, staked their claim in the soil of hip-tified-radio-extravaganza with their cover of… 30 more words


Silent Night (without the news) - Simon & Garfunkel

Here is Simon & Garfunkel’s beautiful version of Silent Night with the 7 O’Clock news talk over portion removed.


Carnal Knowledge (1971) - Grog's Classic Movie Review (Mike Nichols Week)

Director: Mike Nichols
Writer: Jules Feiffer
Stars: Jack Nicholson, Ann-Margret, Art Garfunkel, Candice Bergen, Rita Moreno, Cynthia O’Neal, Carol Kane
Running Time: 98 Minutes

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Hazy Shade Of Winter - Simon & Garfunkel (1966)

“A Hazy Shade of Winter” is a song by American music duo Simon & Garfunkel, released on October 22, 1966, initially as a stand-alone single, but was subsequently included on the duo’s fourth studio album, Bookends (1968). 276 more words


To honor Mike Nichols...watch "Carnal Knowlege"!

“Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf” was Mike Nichols 1966 debut as a film director, and it received 13 Oscar nominations…one for every category it was eligible for (it won five)! 197 more words