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Comic Review: Love in Vain, Robert Johnson, 1911-1938 (2016)

Love in Vain tackles one of American pop-culture’s most enduring, mysterious, and interesting figures, bluesman Robert Johnson, and retells his life-story in a widescreen graphic novel format. 629 more words


Blackmon Leads No. 25 Indiana To 96-80 Win Over Illinois

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP) — James Blackmon Jr. scored 25 points, Thomas Bryant finished with 20 and No. 25 Indiana defeated Illinois, 96-80, on Saturday for its first Big Ten Conference win of the season. 268 more words


Misplaced Missive #46: 4

I’ve come to a crossroad.
3 paths before me,
My future unsure.
3 new ways to head towards
But do I have the courage
To move forward? 95 more words

Torrid Autumn's Poetry

This Slacker's Day Off or: Hauling It In


First let me say the title here “…Slacker’s Day Off” is not mine. I borrowed it from Eugene who used to make fantastically themed mix tapes that were really great and I really wish he had the wont (and want) and time to do them again. 993 more words

Life As We Know It

Sweet Home Chicago: Part I. From the Delta to Bronzeville

Chicago loves telling, exploring, disputing and  embellishing its history.  The story line has been carried by icons of the built environment, milestones in the city’s development, plans for the future, cultural artifacts and Chicago personalities.Music also can carry history. 878 more words

Sweet Home Chicago

Classic Blues Albums

12 Days of Blues-Mas | Episode #3

Written by Ross Woods

Choosing a set of classic albums is a very personal thing, something where there’s no right and wrong. 1,071 more words

12 Days Of Blue Christmas