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Book Review: Don't Sweat the Small Stuff... and it's all small stuff by Richard Carlson

Guys, I am not ashamed to admit it, I am a fan of self-help books. I think anything in life that has the potential to make you even 0.5% happier and more content with yourself is worth a try. 311 more words

Don't Sweat the Small Stuff

This quote is actually the title of a very helpful book, one that uses basic logic and common sense to argue why, for the most part, our everyday stressors are really  159 more words

Culture Of A Girl

Jul 18: Best from the Blogosphere

By Sheryl Smolkin

We recently posted the blog Rent vs Buy: A Reprise, but the subject of when, or even if millennials will ever buy homes seems to be a continuing theme in both the blogosphere and the mainstream media. 470 more words


The Ghost Breakers (1940) - reviewed by George

A suspense-adventure with comedy, this stars Bob Hope, Paulette Goddard, and Willie Best. They play Larry Lawrence, Mary Carter, and Larry’s valet Alex, respectively. Larry has a radio show where he tells the news of the mobs in New York City, mostly supplied by one particular boss, and all with no danger to Larry, since it’s usually penny-ante stuff. 508 more words


King Solomon's Mines (Nov. 9, 1950)

King Solomon’s Mines (1950)
Directed by Compton Bennett and Andrew Marton

King Solomon’s Mines was the first Hollywood production to be filmed in Africa since the disastrous… 467 more words



Tormented – 1960 – United States

A famous jazz pianist lives in a Cape Cod island community and is engaged to an attractive wealthy woman. The pianist’s obsessed ex-girlfriend tries to blackmail him into running away with her. 358 more words

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Easter Bunny Leaves a Surprise

What’s Easter without a bunch of people, chocolate, a turkey and some purple mashed potatoes? This year we depended on the kindness of whatever people donated to the food bank for our meal. 451 more words