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15 Highlights of 2015 - Ark Rep opens new performance space

The Arkansas Repertory Theatre opened its new education and black box performance space in the summer of 2015.  Located in the 500 block of Main Street on the Creative Corridor, it also serves as additional rehearsal space for The Rep. 146 more words


What Might Have Been: Ep 09 of Tell It Anyway


What might have been if Jennie had embraced her inner Really Rosie, if Jackie had embraced The Cheddar and if Fred had lived in Camelot just a little while longer. 438 more words


Folk Music: Bonding, Coping, & Tender Times

Being the flower child (wannabe) that I am, I have always adored folk music. The soft voices, the perfect harmonies, the message of peace…I was the kid who knew all of Simon and Garfunkel’s Greatest Hits before I turned 10, who obsessively listened to Cat Stevens’ “Peace Train” all through high school, who fell in love with my husband during my Nick Drake phase (which I’m admittedly still in), and who has now discovered the beauty of folk music for the little ones in my life. 930 more words


Chicken soup with rice

I started writing this post about a week ago. Then it got put on hold as life, or rather death, got in the way.

Normally I wouldn’t write about very personal things on this blog; it’s a food blog after all, and people come here for food. 734 more words


OOTD: Really Rosie

“You better believe me

I’m a great big deal!…

…I’m terrific at everything!

No star shines so bright as me…

…The enchanted one: THAT’S ME!” 149 more words


Happy Birthday Mr. Sendak.

I have several “life defining” literary moments, but reading the works of Maurice Sendak sits right up toward the top. I was Pierre  – always getting into the things that I should have let be, always stubborn and arrogant, and always ready to argue over things that I knew would never work out in my favor – okay, so not much has changed in any of those departments. 32 more words


The true story of when I was a Hot Box Doll.

It has been quite the gangstery weekend down here in Canada. Yesterday the Fam Damily and I watched Stand Up Guys with Al Pacino and Christopher Walken in it, which by the way, was an excellent movie, and today, Gran and Mamère and I went down to Niagara-on-the-Lake to see… 413 more words