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The Definition of Greatness, 'Black Christmas (1974)' is a Holiday Must (Review)

Written by: Matt Molgaard

Directed by: Bob Clark

Cast: Olivia Hussey, Margot Kidder, John Saxon, Doug McGrath, Marian Waldman

Bob Clark started a very real movement in 1974. 350 more words


P.K.: Good message, O.K. storyline

Movie Review

Rating: 3.5/5.0

So it’s that time of the year once again when Aamir Khan has released his new movie for the year 2014, and when millions of people are just waiting with eagerness and anxiousness. 339 more words


Read it: 'The Butterfly Hunter'

I always judge books by their cover. Just like I judge wine by its label and coffee by its packaging. I read ‘The Butterfly Hunter: Adventures of People Who Found Their True Calling Way Off the Beaten Path’ based on its cover. 995 more words


Book Review" "Split Apart: Book Two of Greek Fire" By Kate O'Hara

I always enjoy reading Kate’s books and stories. This one, a continuation of the story started in Aphrodite, is a fun and somewhat erotic romance with the same insights that you would expect from Kate’s books. 60 more words

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Illusions of Fate - A Review

Illusions of Fate by Kiersten White
New York: HarperTeen, 2014
Hardcover, 278.

It’s not easy being a Melenese student at an Alben school, much less be a female one, but Jessamin is determined to succeed in her studies. 165 more words


ZMA Product of the Year Award

The Zen Mystery Amp wins Tone Audio Magazines Product of the Year Award for 2014!

Here’s a clip from Tone’s facebook page:

We sent a ZMA to Tone Audio Magazine in hopes they would like it enough to review it.   135 more words

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|| Smoke & Mirrors || Alkemia ||

An elusive, smokey blend of burning wood, Madagascar Vanilla, and Tonka. We find this one to be elementally simple, but unusually mercurial and highly responsive to different skin chemistries… the vanilla and the smoke dance with each other almost continuously… sometimes the foreground is smoky, then sweet, then returns with sweetly smoky, then smoky. 116 more words