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Tin Pan South: Songwriters in the spotlight!

Last night I had the joy of going to see a show during Tin Pan South week…

…that celebrated some of the world’s best Pop music songwriters! 911 more words

Eva and Sadie and the Worst Haircut EVER! by Jeff Cohen

Eva and Sadie and the Worst Haircut EVER!
By Jeff Cohen
Illustrated by Elanna Allen
32 pages – ages 5+
Published by HarperCollins on June 3, 2014… 205 more words

Bibliophile

Lynn reblogged this on Polilla Writes and commented:

I'm sure you all know of someone having this experience ... either you were personally involved in some way, or you discovered your child's attempts. Please tell us about it! Thanks, Erik, for this great review. :) You can find Eva and Sadie and the Worst Haircut EVER! on my BUY THE BOOK! page. Thanks for reading, and ... Creative Musings! :)

"Big Election Winner: Indy Media"

This article looked at Obama’s winning of the presidential election in 2008, and attributed some of his success to the power of the internet. Many of Obama’s voters were from the younger generation, which is most certainly at least partially due to the excessive amount of effort put into an online campaign platform. 210 more words

Independent Media

Top Story of the Week: A THOUSAND STEPS FORWARD AND ONE STEP BEYOND

(Well, well.  We knew there were a lot of you out there that remembered the good ‘ol days of One Step Beyond, but we had no idea that it would blow up to be our most viewed story ever.   897 more words

1990s

A THOUSAND STEPS FORWARD AND ONE STEP BEYOND

As some of you may know already, after listening to a shit tonne of my father’s records, I gravitated toward the heavier side of metal – thrash and speed metal mostly.   825 more words

1990s

Andrew O'Hehir: From Gary Webb to James Risen: The struggle for the soul of journalism

Two courageous reporters dug up dark government secrets. Only one was betrayed by his peers. Why did it happen?

Jeremy Renner as Gary Webb in “Kill the Messenger” (Credit: Focus Features) 2,352 more words
Constitutional Rights

The Goonies (1985)

A group of kids set out on an adventure in search of pirate treasure that could save their homes from foreclosure.

Comedy