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Trisha Parker, Having a Good Day

Trisha Parker, Having a Good Day

As a young man I became very interested in biorhythms. With a hectic schedule as a grad student, college instructor, husband and father, it seemed I was sharper and more together on some days than others. 835 more words

In a Treacherous Court by Michelle Diener

(Cover picture courtesy of Michelle Diener’s website.)

1525: Artist Susanna Horenbout is sent from Belgium to be Henry VIII’s personal illuminator inside the royal palace. 

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Book Review

Dementia (1955, John Parker)


Often seen in a cut version with superfluous narration under the title Daughter of Horror and released by a company actually called Exploitation Pictures, John Parker’s Dementia is reputed to be one of the strangest films ever made in the U.S., and I honestly feel a little bad for you if that’s the majority of what you get out of it. 508 more words

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Joe Biden: Behind the Scenes

Joe Biden: Behind the Scenes

As we get older, we are all going to have events in our lives that truly test us as human beings. 163 more words