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"Hannie Caulder"

The catalyst for the film “Hannie Caulder” is a bank robbery which takes place in a small Mexican village. The robbery is being committed by the thieving, raping, violent, and often times buffoonish Clemens brothers: Emmett portrayed by… 798 more words


The Library Company of Philadelphia

If you’re looking for books, prints, periodicals, photos or ephemera from Colonial America through the 19th century, this is the place to go!

Like so many things in our city, the Library Company of Philadelphia (LCP) was a Ben Franklin creation. 660 more words


PETER COOPER - Depot Light: Songs Of Eric Taylor

Depot Light – Songs Of Eric Taylor
Label: Red Beet Records
Released: November 13, 2015

1 All so Much Like Me
2 Depot Light… 27 more words

Depot Light

Book Review: Overcoming Bulimia Nervosa & Binge-Eating - Peter Cooper

I was diagnosed with an eating disorder earlier this year and have been working with a psychiatrist and dietician to help me overcome it. One of the tasks my psychiatrist gave me was to read this book because it contains basically a step-by-step guide to help one overcome bulimia or binge-eating. 303 more words

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The Sinking Ship that is New York

Gentrification has swept over New York like a blanket over the past few decades. New Yorkers that have grown in the city that never sleeps will have to party all night in another city if the prices of rent keep going up. 488 more words

New York City

On In Search of a Song this week: Peter Cooper (part 3)

This week we present the final part 3 of Jason Wilber’s interview with the prolific Nashville singer/songwriter/producer/music journalist/author Peter Cooper.


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Jesse Lafser - Raised On The Plains - A Review

Singer-songwriter Jesse Lafser released her second album, Raised On the Plains in April 2015 (Two Jack Records).

The collection of songs has an authentic homespun vibe, heavily inspired by Lafser‘s travels and, as you move through the songs, it’s a little like being in the back seat for a road trip. 423 more words

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