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Month in Review; July

Songs I’ve loved this month;

Do You Remember The First Time – Sophie Ellis Bextor (originally by Pulp)

Recently I have become a big fan of Sophie Ellis Bextor, and I especially love this cover of a classic Pulp song which she did for Britpop at the BBC. 308 more words

What to Read Next?

How do you decide what to read? Do you scan the latest bestseller lists? Do you have a library of unread books where you just close your eyes and reach for one? 654 more words

Book Responses

2014 Richard Linklater Film Festival - Day 9 - Bernie

Jack Black may be best known for School of Rock, but he gives his best performance yet as the title character in Bernie. The movie is based on the true story of Bernie Tiede, a popular and beloved funeral director in Carthage, Texas, who befriends wealthy widow Marjorie Nugent (Shirley MacLaine) who in turn begins controlling him until he reaches a breaking point. 303 more words

2014 Richard Linklater Film Festival


Yes, this article is about a hashtag.  I absolutely love how these kids are determined to reach their Les Mis hero, Alfie Boe.  All the way across the pond in Blackpool, England, the birth place of renowned tenor Alfie Boe, the group Musical Youth UK Blackpool is prepping for a local run of Victor Hugo’s “Les Miserables.” 374 more words


July 23, 1994 - Saturday - 9:30 a.m.

Four days have passed.

Something happened: Wednesday night after coming back from Jenna and Tenielle’s, Kevin hydroplaned near Marcus’s house and knocked over a sign. No damage was done. 448 more words