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Nocturnes by Kazuo Ishiguro

Published 2009 by Alfred A. Knopf Canada
221 pages

I came across this book on my last trip to the OPL as I usually come across the majority of my library reads: by aimlessly wandering through the aisles and choosing books with appealing covers and intriguing titles. 1,350 more words

Book Review

"The world has gone mad"

I’m just back from Leipzig in Germany where I was caught up in the middle of a TERROR ALERT.  – Actually it turned out to be some teenagers in Austria making prank phonecalls to hotels in Germany but the Polizei were on the case immediately.  537 more words


Summer's End

Can it be true?  It was June just yesterday!  Well, it has been a beautiful summer in the Northeast.  Fall is going to be BUSY!  Lots of shows everywhere including two that Rita and I will both be participating in next month.   106 more words

Review | Nocturnes - The Soft Animal

The Last Mixed Tape reviews The Soft Animal, the brand new album from indie-folk act Nocturnes.

The Soft Animal may take a long time getting to its destination, but it’s a journey well worth taking. 224 more words


Stuck between a possum and a spider

“You have got to be kidding me.” That’s how my Nathan put it.  Grad school study exhaustion is one thing, but nocturnes too? Right at the front door? 282 more words


Mother Mooch to headline the Workman's Club

Alternative-rock act Mother Mooch have announced their first headline show of 2016 at the Workman’s Club.

Taking place on Friday, May 27th and presented by Mother Fuzzers Ball & Overdrive, the Dublin band’s forthcoming show will come ahead of a busy summer for Mother Mooch which will also include the release of their album  80 more words