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A black dog and two cinnamon sticks

Some  refer to ‘the black dog of depression’. Personally, I don’t like the reference to the black dog. I have two black dogs, very different but both very loving. 210 more words



This week, our movie of choice was the comedy-crime-musical – and award-winning  -Chicago.  The story is set in Chicago, in the 1920s Jazz Age, and follows two primary murderesses (Renee Zellweger and Catherine Zeta-Jones) incarcerated in the Chicago Cook County jail system, along with their never-lost-a-case lawyer (Richard Gere), and a whole cast of back-up dancers a la murderesses.   414 more words

Academy Awards

Feud: Bette and Joan

I wanted to write a review last week about FXX Feud: Bette and Joan, however, I needed to temper my excitement with part 1 with the question: Was it going to continue into part 2? 705 more words

TV Talk

TV Review: "Feud: Bette and Joan" (2017 - ) ★★★★★

Joan Crawford and Bette Davis. These two women have shaped the history of cinema. They brought the best of themselves into the craft and gave birth to characters that were immortalized. 591 more words

TV Show Reviews

The Haunting of Hill House by Shirley Jackson

The Haunting of Hill House by Shirley Jackson is a twentieth century horror novel, considered one of the best of the century. The story sees four strangers, Dr.Montague, Eleanor, Theodora and Luke, make a visit to Hill House. 431 more words


Ryan Murphy Talks the Inception of 'Feud,' Meeting Bette Davis

Wednesday night featured a who’s who of the Ryan Murphy universe as the writer/producer/director premiered his latest FX anthology, “Feud,” at Grauman’s Chinese Theatre in Hollywood. 834 more words