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Guest Review: Teardrop by Lauren Kate//By Victoria

Teardrop by Lauren Kate is simply amazing. When I checked Teardrop and its companion novel, Waterfall out from the library, I wondered if I would like them. 531 more words

Book Reviews

The Long Dark - A guest game review by Jo.

Hey, a little late on the review, coming in on Friday morning rather than Thursday afternoon, but here it is, a guest review by Jo. 375 more words

Reviews

Review: Despite shortcomings, CTC’s ‘Henry V’ offers ‘wonderful glimpse’ of conservatory’s talent

Guest review by: Eric Grode

One particularly compelling throughline in Shakespeare’s history plays is the maturation of Henry V. When does he morph from the prank-loving, bawdy-house-frequenting Prince Hal into the sage, shrewd, continent-conquering King Henry? 723 more words

The Arts

A Trip to the Past - Flying Dutchman Review

by Greg Wolford

Several weeks ago on a “junk hunt” at some antique stores I happened across this old Flying Dutchman tin. Being a fan of old tins, nautical stuff and it being priced well I snapped it up. 454 more words

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The other side of the writing spectrum

I’m disappointed in myself for denying the opportunity to write something that is beneficial for someone else.

RE-POSTED.

 

My name is Angela (but call me Cas?), also known as cheshireSorrows, and I am a review addict who doesn’t like to share. 1,078 more words

Fanfiction

Review: ‘Circle/Square Game’ explores impossibility through ‘pattern and wonder’

Guest review by: Anthony Bannon

Text and subtext, sense and nonsense, run riddling through Strohl Art Center, and the visitor can pick their own pertinence, whether lining up with the minds of ancients or the fancies of artists today. 863 more words

Chautauqua

Review: With Baryshevskyi, CSO creates ‘uncommon, singular’ experience

Guest Review by: Anthony Bannon

We could have been on dangerous ground, the way they looked, always checking with each other, furtively, quick glances, as if fulfilling a special scheme to perform this concerto, itself a bit of a mystery — create it as it hadn’t quite been heard before during its century-long presence. 1,415 more words

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