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Play review: Deadly Games

Theater envelopes one differently than movies do. Theater is real-time, personal, engaging. Audience members are present as the art of creation unfolds rather than as passive consumers of a production already created and completed. 351 more words


Travelling light

To travel light has become something of an aspiration for me. Although never one for lugging around my entire belongings on holiday, I’ve always felt that travel could be so much easier if only I could pack the bare minimum. 956 more words


QUOTATION: Robert Louis Stevenson

I travel not to go anywhere, but to go. I travel for travel’s sake. The great affair is to move.

Robert Louis Stevenson (1850-1894) Discuss

Under the Wide and Starry Sky

This biographical novel retells the historical love story between Fanny Van de Grift Osbourne and Robert Louis Stevenson (called Louis throughout the novel).  In 1875 Fanny leaves her philandering husband in San Francisco and sets off for Europe with her three children, Belle, Sammy, and Harvey, to study art.  514 more words

Book Discussions

Antique Book Acquisitions

So… I’ve been thinking on whether or not I should post this here this past week, because it’s not particularly geeky in my opinion, or of any particularly relevant geek concern. 1,226 more words


Celebrating Poetry | Robert Louis Stevenson

April 13, 2014

A continuation of Celebrating National Poetry Month

Day 13—

The Land of Nod
by Robert Louis Stevenson

From breakfast on through all the day… 111 more words