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On the House (Part 2)

Part 2 of some Sunday fiction for you, from my alternative version of Doncaster; click here for Part 1

“Elizabeth’s taken in a cat?” Harry interrupted. 1,079 more words

Writing

On the House

Part 1 of some Sunday fiction for you, from my alternative version of Doncaster

“You’re a right arrogant cuss, Gary Sanders, coming in ‘ere, throwing your money about like there’s no tomorrow,” the landlord said. 1,410 more words

Writing

120 pages of King Arthur

It’s been a challenging year. I’ve never been at the art-end of a graphic novel before – I did some shading for The Raven’s Child – making big areas dark, but that was occasional and mechanical, and did not call for much skill, just patience. 586 more words

Bardic

Highlander: The Source (2007, Brett Leonard)

I wish there were nice things to say about Highlander: The Source. I wish every statement didn’t have to have a qualifier. For example, Adrian Paul is almost fine. 503 more words

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Little Glass Men

One of the things I love about the internet is the scope for bringing people together to work on projects. This is a story that, for Tom and I, began over at… 378 more words

Reviews

Review: Radiator (2014/15)

I’d like to forewarn you that anyone with an ailing friend or relative, or who has witnessed someone with a duty of care not up to that task, will find that a lot of RADIATOR hits very close to home and is difficult to watch. 623 more words

Film

Spring Signing Day

Words and Photos: Sandy Eichhorn

On Monday, May 9, some of Centennial’s future collegiate athletes signed their Letters of Intent.

Joey Sopchick signed to play baseball at Elizabethtown College, Jake Vanko will play baseball at Stevenson University, Jason Simpson signed to play lacrosse at Shenandoah University, Ally Driscoll will play basketball at Oberlin College, and Tom Brown will play basketball at Le Moyne. 14 more words

Centennial High School