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Edie Sedgwick Would Have Turned 71 This Weekend

Edith Minturn “Edie” Sedgwick (April 20, 1943 – November 16, 1971) was an American heiress, socialite, actress, and fashion model. She is best known for being one of Andy Warhol’s superstars. 22 more words


My Depression is a Ginosaji

It was Winston Churchill that called depression his black dog. I never thought of actually personifying or embodying my depression into its own form before. I suppose I’m really talking about the subject of depression due to my absence away from Mythic Bios and having thought about the matter at some length. 362 more words



Location: Ross + Roberts, Stratford, CT
Camera: Mamiya 645
Lens: 80mm f/8
ISO: 400


Tribeca Film Festival Day 3

Day Three at the Tribeca Film Festival! Today I got to see two films and then later went to my first play on Broadway, followed by my first visit to Central Park! 450 more words


Trailer Park Boys

Can’t wait too see the new Trailer Park Boys movie, Don’t Legalize It! Gonna see it on Cheap Night Tuesday. Maybe sneak in some chicken fingers and pepperoni.

Scott Farris

New Towson Movie Theater to open in Summer 2014

This past weekend, I had the privilege of visiting one of Maryland’s most popular (mainstream) theater. As part of Maryland’s top hot spot, Cinemark Egyptian 24 theater… 456 more words


The Riding Wounded: "Hang 'em High" (1968)

      With the successful American release of Sergio Leone’s “Dollars” trilogy, the time was right for Clint Eastwood to re-emerge on the domestic movie front with this western tale of vigilantism/revenge, which more than any other work up to this point in the actor’s career would set the template for his cinema persona for years to come. 365 more words