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{Friday Flicks} Singin' In the Rain

I love musicals. As a kid, I grew up on films like Oklahoma, The Sound of Music, Newsies, and Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella. I also devoured the soundtracks for The Phantom of the Opera, Annie Get Your Gun, and Starlight Express (I know). 911 more words

Dewey DVD Recommendations 7 16 17

Here are three new Non-Fiction DVD recommendations with related Dewey Decimal System information — in case you want to browse through category specific Dewey Decimal System sections in the print or DVD sections. 723 more words

Dashed Dreams

(In previous posts, I’ve mentioned that I’m an essayist. I’ve decided a more accurate term, at least in some cases, is vignettist. Here’s an example.) 225 more words

Personal Essays

ClassicFlix (Teen Scene) - Review #20: Singin' in the Rain (1952)

From March 2015 to April 2017, I was writing the monthly Teen Scene column for the website ClassicFlix. My objective was to promote classic films among teenagers and young adults. 1,023 more words

STIGMA IS AS STIGMA DOES- Honoring the legacy of Carrie Fisher, the activist and amazing human being almost 6 months after her death....

I knew I’d eventually get around to writing a blog about Carrie Fisher’s death, I knew that 48 hours after she died and then her mother, Debbie Reynolds, passed on, that I would, I knew I probably would wait until all the media attention regarding Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds’s deaths had subsided. 1,089 more words


Tammy and the Bachelor- An MBTI Study By: Laura the Book Enthusiast

My posts are usually on the shorter side, so if this one is too time consuming, let me know and I will try to separate this into 2 posts.  1,264 more words

'Bright Lights' Directors Alexis Bloom & Fisher Stevens On Two Hollywood Icons Who Never Stopped Performing

Pulling double duty this year as an Emmy contender for two equally powerful and entirely different documentaries—including NatGeo’s climate change doc Before the Flood—Fisher Stevens teamed with his partner Alexis Bloom on HBO’s  1,906 more words