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The Seven Deaths Of Evelyn Hardcastle - Stuart Turton book review

“I suddenly have the sense of taking part in a play in which everybody knows their lines but me.” – Stuart Turton, Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle.

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Book Review

All Americans - November 6, 1962


Sam is Eddie Vega, a high school football quarterback. Eddie and his friend, Chuey, have dreams of getting scholarships and playing college football together, but Ziggy says Chuey is going to throw the upcoming championship game. 105 more words


The Lost Quantum Leap Ending

I enjoyed Quantum Leap when it aired on NBC although I don’t really watch it nowadays. I also have one issue of the comic and I will obviously review that on “Yesterday’s” Comic at some point. 287 more words

Television Spotlight

Recommendation: 'Travelers'

A cautionary note: ‘Travelers’ features storylines about domestic abuse, drug addiction, mental disability, fertility and consent. And whilst I really like the show, I am not qualified to assess how well it handles any of these topics, so whilst I think it’s well worth a watch for anyone, it’s worth proceeding with caution if you think you may be upset by any of those subjects.

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Beyond the Mirror Image - An Interview with Matt Dale


We’re happy to bring to you this week our interview with Matt Dale, the author of the reference book, Beyond the Mirror Image: The Observer’s Guide to  187 more words


Dean Stockwell was born March 5, 1936.

Dean Stockwell was born March 5, 1936.

Robert Dean Stockwell, better known simply as Dean Stockwell, is the award-winning American actor who portrayed the Tandaran Colonel Grat, in the Star Trek: Enterprise episode “Detained”. 874 more words

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Anne Haney was born March 4, 1934.

Anne Haney was born March 4, 1934 and passed away on May 26, 2001.

Anne Haney was the actress who portrayed the role of Rishon Uxbridge in the Star Trek: The Next Generation third season episode “The Survivors” in 1989 and Els Renora in the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine first season episode “Dax” in 1993. 198 more words

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