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Day 165: TBT – Carol Burnett, et al (1976)

Most of my postings the past couple of weeks have tended toward the serious (and perhaps even the maudlin), so today I’m going to switch things up a bit by sharing the final (and perhaps finest) three minutes of… 21 more words


January 11, Birthday of Mary Rogers (1931-2014)

Since July, I have been concentrating solely on female composers.  You can read about that in my post from July 19.  If I can’t find one born on the calendar day, I won’t post.   221 more words

20th Century Composers

Schrödinger's Introvert

Will she go outside today? Will she stay wrapped up in a fluffy burrito of blankets and watch Netflix? Will she decide to belt some Broadway tune into Audacity? Not even she is sure…

Song A Day

"in such good company" book review

“in such good company” by carol burnett

3.5 stars

this is a candid glimpse behind the curtain of one of the most prolific sketch comedy shows of the 20th century. 308 more words


Who's The Bully?

This gem of a clip from Carol Burnett poses some deep questions and ethical dilemmas.

See if you can catch the 5 techniques of psychological abuse demonstrated in the skit😄

Ninety minutes in the Twilight Zone, or: How I ended 2016

Consider, if you will, blogger Kate Everson on New Years Eve. The task of writing her recap-and-resolution post has been calling her all day. But so has the Syfy channel’s annual Twilight Zone marathon. 1,000 more words

Adventures In Kate-Land

Flashback Friday-The Carol Burnett Show (1967-1978)

Before Tina Fey, Rosie O’ Donnell, Leslie Jones, Amy Schumer, etc, there was Carol Burnett. Blazing the trail for female comedians for generations to come, Ms. 108 more words