Tags » Madeleine Peyroux

Camus, Hemingway, Joyce and Picasso hung out here. Oh, so did Blogfinger.

In Woody’s wonderful movie “Midnight in Paris,” an American writer is able to time travel each evening to the literary/artsy world of 1920’s Paris. If you never saw that film, most of you would like it. 279 more words

Blogfinger Presents

He went by the quieter way, by pd lyons

He went by the quieter way 

nothing so annoying as small town tourist traffic feeding sharks, two local police SUV’s flashing lights clog main street to harass some elderly New Yorker who double parked to drop a letter in the post box. 267 more words


Walkin' After Midnight/Madeleine Peyroux

I go out walkin’ after midnight
Out in the moonlight, just like we used to do
I’m always walkin’ after midnight
Searchin’ for you

I walk for miles along the highway… 56 more words


Weary Blues

I was looking at some of Dorothea Lange‘s classic Depression-era photos recently and came upon this image of a young woman. The label says it is from late 1936 and the young woman was the daughter of a migrant Tennessee coal miner living in a camp on the… 245 more words