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Room with a view, oh yeah!

With a name like this you better have a good view, and indeed, we do…a magical view…a jawdropping view…mmmm, aaahh!

It’s The View Hotel in Monument Valley, Utah. 379 more words

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Monument Valley, Utah--

KAZAM!  It’s Monument Valley in southeastern Utah…some of the most famous and spectacular scenery in America…John Ford filmed ‘Stagecoach’ and ‘The Searchers’ here…Forrest Gump had a big finale here…etc. 290 more words

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Why Do You Write Like You’re Running Out of Time? By Ripley Proserpina

It’s almost the end of July, and I’m looking at my writing schedule.

Like many other authors, I have a day job. However, I’m lucky because in the summer, I can write full time.  264 more words

Romance

Some Searchers for the Weekend

This week it’s British band The Searchers who were part of the Merseybeat era in the 1960s. They had 12 top forty hits including 6 top tens and 3 numbers ones which were their debut “Sweets For My Sweet” , “Don’t Throw Your Love Away” and the song below. 39 more words

Music

War for the Planet of the Apes

Karin Konoval, left, and Amiah Miller in Twentieth Century Fox’s “War for the Planet of the Apes.”

14/07/17

Ape-related homages to Apocalypse Now are a bit like buses. 582 more words

Film

THE SEARCHERS – Max Steiner

100 GREATEST SCORES OF ALL TIME

Original Review by Craig Lysy

Renowned director John Ford had long been recognized as a master of the Western genre with successes, which included Stagecoach (1939), My Darling Clementine (1946), Fort Apache (1948) and Wagon Master (1950). 4,656 more words

Reviews

Cooking With the Stars — Vera Miles' Mexican Casserole

Hey, fellow classic film fans! I’m back with my second installment of Cooking With the Stars, a series of posts in which I whip up and review a delicious recipe that was cooked or eaten by a classic film star. 1,079 more words

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