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Book Review - Outlander by Diana Gabaldon

The year is 1945. Claire Randall, a former combat nurse, is back from the war and reunited with her husband on a second honeymoon–when she walks through a standing stone in one of the ancient stone circles that dot the British Isles. 558 more words

Review: Death of Wolverine #1

This is how the world ends…. the quote usually says “not with a bang, but with a whimper,” but when it comes to Wolverine, would you expect it to be a whimper? 462 more words


#RemainsReread | The Remains of the Day by Kazuo Ishiguro Readalong Part 1

Happy September! For many, today means back to school. For me, it means reminiscing about going back to school. Luckily, Random House Canada’s The Remains of the Day… 908 more words


Review: Cleveland Orchestra at Blossom: European Tour Sendoff (August 31)

by Daniel Hathaway

As the normally-resident birds gave way to the end-of-summer locusts, The Cleveland Orchestra bade farewell to Blossom on Sunday evening in a season closer that also served as a send-off for the ensemble’s forthcoming European tour. 527 more words


The voice of treason: Faintest Idea

You can tell straight off the bat that this street ska punk band from east Anglia mean business, with old school influences such as the specials and UK subs. 181 more words


Venice Film Review: 'Hill of Freedom'

The title could not be more of a red herring in Hong Sang-soo’s 16th feature, “Hill of Freedom,” its noble implications lending outward grandeur to a romantic triangle that reps a cream puff even by Hong’s trifling standards. 653 more words

Markets & Festivals

Creative Freewriting Adventure, a Review

A few days ago I made mention of a new writing product from Homeschool Adventure Co. named Creative Freewriting Adventure, a Journey into Freewriting. I’d like to share our initial experience with you today. 875 more words

Some Schooling