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TCM Classic Film Festival Day 2: The Dawn of Technicolor, STEAMBOAT BILL JR., REBECCA, BOOM!

Dear readers, I’m usually so good about posting right after festival events, but after several late nights, I needed some sleep. The festival is now over, and I’m getting back into the swing of things. 954 more words

Lara Gabrielle Fowler


This is me on a typical Monday morning, hand over my eyes, pretending I don’t have to get up and begin again pushing that workweek rock uphill. 277 more words


"False friendship, like the ivy,

decays and ruins the walls it embraces; but true friendship gives new life and animation to the object it supports.” — Richard Burton

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Photo by Mary O’Connor © 2015


2015 One Act Festival Playwrights - George Bryjak

From the Adirondack region of upstate New York, George Bryjak presents his comical One Act entitled “Double Play.”

In this story, Jane brings her husband to see a therapist. 772 more words

Becket (1964)

It’s rather liberating to go in to a movie practically blind and then get absolutely mindblown how good the movie turns out to be.  On the surface the story isn’t much, it’s basically a tale of two friends in the court of Medieval England getting estranged when their duties of their respective offices clash and the inevitable, bloody outcome of their feud. 313 more words

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