“Aunt Julia and the Scriptwriter,” written in 1977, is one of the most prominent works of Mario Vargas Llosa, a renowned novelist from Peru. Vargas Llosa once worked at a radio station and who married his aunt when he was a young adult. 964 more words
Tags » Books And Movies
From its very title – The post–WWII presidents made mistakes, but they were not pro-Soviet – I knew the article was about Diana West. And I also knew that its author, Ron Capshaw, despite what he says, has never read… 177 more words
Covering the Wisconsin Film Festival this year, I’ve reviewed a few movies for the Badger Herald (link HERE).
What is most remarkable about Stephen Harper as Prime Minister has been the tenacity of his brand. Apparently made of Teflon. Two recent books, Mark Bourrie’s… 897 more words
1. There’s no way on any level you can understand how badly I want to be a DHI.
Seriously, I lost count of how many times I went to sleep hoping to wake up in the MK or DL, and then waking up to an alarm clock instead. 410 more words