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Uncorked in the news

We are getting very excited about the exhibition, which opens this weekend! We hope to see you there. Don’t forget our special official launch on August 30th at 2pm where you can meet the artists. 39 more words

Roger Reading

Exhibition Blog launched

We’d like to welcome you to the Uncorked Exhibition Blog, where we intend to share upcoming news and details about our exciting exhibition in September, 2015.  148 more words

Roger Reading

Review of Mansfield Park by Jane Austen (with spoilers)

Fanny Price is one of the most boring heroines in literature.  She is always good, always correct, and it seems that her only faults lie in being too timid and being too easily fatigued. 321 more words

Philosophy

Animal Communicator Tracy Harris talks with Angel Answers hosts, Laura Kuhl and Mary Crawford

I do a weekly talk radio show on Blog Talk Radio Thursdays at 10 a.m.  Angel Answers is the name of our show, and Tracy Harris a well known Pet Psychic in our area of the world, is our guest today 5/7/15. 169 more words

Laura Kuhl and Mary Crawford BlogTalkRadio Show, Free Call in Psychic Radio Show (657) 383-1319


http://www.blogtalkradio.com/thejoyofbeingwell/2015/04/23/beating-back-the-darkness

BlogTalkRadio.com is where Mary and I meet every week to do our Psychic entertaining talk show. I have the psychic abilities to answer questions on the spot, while Mary, she can tune in and give an entirely different view.   247 more words

Three Novels That Should Have Ended in Boston Marriage

For the Untutored

1. Fanny Price and Mary Crawford

“Should have ended” is not quite right here. Mansfield Park is a perfect book and cannot be improved, and if Mary Crawford is less monstrous than her Grendelesque brother, that is a testament to him, not her. 801 more words

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