Who doesn’t love grilled or barbecued chicken? Done right, it’s a thing of beauty. Too often; however it is done wrong…. horribly wrong. Scorched, flabby, half raw, dry — you name it, I’ve achieved it on the grill. Truth is, it is not easy to grill skin-on, bone-in chicken. Which is why I was skeptical […]
A guide to the indie rap producer’s globe-trotting releases.
Our friend Sandy B. recently asked if we would look into the reason why some common words are spelled differently in American English than they are in British English—words like color/colour, center/centre, realize/realise, defense/defence, etc. I remember reading about this topic before, so I had a general idea, but I put on my research goggles […]
Benoit was feeling pleased with himself. It had been a thoroughly satisfying morning, all things considered. He had already made good headway into intelligence gathering with the Norscans and the armour for Lord Ramirez and himself looked like it was going to cost significantly less than he had anticipated. He still had absolutely no idea […]
Composer: Giuseppe Verdi Librettist: Francesco Maria Piave Director: Matthew Richardson Conductor: Rumon Gamba Seduction, tangled with an overbearing father all play a part in the turmoil of Rigoletto, the hunchbacked jester. The 1851 libretto opera has been revived by the Scottish Opera following Matthew Richardson’s 2011 production. Now, fully escaping its historical censorship, Rigoletto can serve to entertain, […]
Hi Friends! This week is full of FOMO because there are so many events going on that you can’t do them all. It was hard but I think I finally made my schedule. On Thursday I’m going to the All American Cocktail Party at Sullivan’s Steakhouse. I’m looking forward to attending Christmas in July Beach Party by Sentimental Fools on […]
Ever connect colors to feelings? If you’re a regular reader on my blog you’ll know that yes, color and feelings go hand in hand. What about getting really specific with feelings such as grief? Does grief have a color if so, what does it look like?
Risk taker, Michael E. Tennenbaum, and NY Times bestselling co-author, Donna Beech, put some serious magic into the book of all books to set the record straight and teach people about the countless variables of risk management. RISK: Living On The Edge, pulls out all the stops to entertain and educate in one fell swoop. […]
Summer is hot……that is all. just kidding. Here we are getting the full summer season in Virginia. We showed up in mid-June last year so that really didn’t count as a full summer…to us anyway. We’ve enjoyed so many pool trips, hitting the beach and enjoying the beautiful ocean we are blessed to […]
Choking Back The Devil – Donna Lynch Reviewed by Miranda Crites Paperback: 98 pages Publisher: Raw Dog Screaming Press (17 July 2019) Thanks to Donna Lynch and Raw Dog Screaming Press for providing me with an ARC and to the publicist, Erin Sweet Al-Mehairi, for adding me to the reviewers’ list for this book. Horror poetry? Yes, […]
The Relationship Concerning Feminism plus Anthropology Their bond of feminism and anthropology can bring a new development on the way ethnographies are created and performed. Lila Abu-Lughod’s statement feminist ethnography is definitely ‘ethnography along with women with the centre authored for women by means of women’ are visible as an exertion to find a various […]
Diario de Madrid (CC BY 4.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0)) Far more than precise: The Casals Quartet from Spain It is hard to believe, but the bourgeoisie was revolutionary in parts around the French Revolution. And the revolution in the heart, opened Ludwig van Beethoven in the music horizons. The Cuarteto Casals or Casals Quartet records all of […]
Diario de Madrid [CC BY 4.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0)%5D Far more than precise: The Casals Quartet from Spain It is hard to believe, but the bourgeoisie was revolutionary in parts around the French Revolution. And the revolution in the heart, opened Ludwig van Beethoven in the music horizons. The Cuarteto Casals or Casals Quartet records all of […]
This took me a long time to write. Even longer in fact because just as I was poised to publish it, having spent a diligent couple of hours trying to finish it off. An inadvertent mouse click closed all my work without saving it. To say I was pissed off is an understatement! Obviously my […]
Project Stormfury was an attempt to weaken tropical cyclones by flying aircraft into them and seeding with silver iodide. The project was run by the United States Government from 1962 to 1983. Project Stormfury was an attempt to weaken tropical cyclones by flying aircraft into them and seeding with silver iodide. The project was run by the United States Government from 1962 to 1983. The hypothesis […]
“100 Hits: The Best Classical Album” track listing: 01. Ride of the Valkyries (From ‘Die Walkur’)02. String Quintet In E Major, Op.11, No 5 – Minuet (Music Box)03. Turandot: “Nessun Dorma!”04. The Barber of Seville: Una Voce Poco Va05. Concerti Grossi No.2, Op.8, “Summer”06. Rhapsody in Blue07. Hungarian Dances: No 5 in F Sharp Minor08. […]