Our readers may remember, we are doing a series on attachment styles. While no one fits neatly into one category or the other, we all have one that is dominant over the others. Attachment styles form in childhood and impact us the rest of our lives. That does not mean you cannot change how you […]
A mural on the 110 Freeway painted by a prominent artist is now gone. It’s been a landmark for more than three decades. Rachel Kim reports.
I was at Leprecon 45 last weekend, where I ran some games of Go Action Fun Time, and moderated a few panels. Normally I’d link to Lep45, but they have already transitioned their website to Lep46. Before I share my notes from the panels, let me warn you that I do not take notes well […]
By now, you have probably heard about the new Viking discoveries that were revealed on the ‘Britain’s Viking Graveyard’ program from Channel 4 in the UK on Easter Sunday (April 21, 2019). If not, I am here to point you in the right direction to get all the information straight from the sources. I may […]
Happy Wednesday everyone!! Hope you all had a fab Easter weekend! Today I’m honoured to be closing the blog tour for Judith Heneghan’s Snegurochka. And to whet your appetite, I’ve got an extract from the very start of the book!! Big thanks to Emma Dowson of Salt Publishing for inviting me on the blog tour!
In order to bring the new into our lives, we have to let go of the old. Kay Newton shares new ideas for cleaning out all levels.
Artemisia Gentileschi or Artemisia Lomi 1593, Rome, Italy Died: 1653, Naples, Italy She was an Italian Baroque painter, today considered one of the most accomplished painters in the generation following that of Caravaggio Self-Portrait as Saint Catherine of Alexandria is a 1615–1617 painting by the Italian Baroque artist Artemisia Gentileschi, It was painted during her […]
Background Briefing (ABC). Alex Mann and Background Briefing are doing us all a service by keeping its eye on the Far Right here in Australia and its attempts to infiltrate mainstream politics. Last year they brought us Haircuts and Hate: the rise of Australia’s Alt-Right and now they’ve produced Shitposting to the Senate: How the […]
April 23 seems to be the International Book Day, designated by UNESCO to be the World Book and Copyright Day. I understand that it commemorates the dates on which Cervantes and Shakespeare died (in the same year, but on different days, the blame for this strange happenstance belongs to Pope Gregory XII). The sheer number […]
In my last Track a Theme post, I discussed the violence in The Mabinogi. The ideas of warfare violence and social violence became my main focuses as it became more and more clear that violence can exist in many forms. Today, I once again return the focus to violence, but this time, violence in “Bisclavret,” […]
2 Live Services Today, 7 & 9am Eastern – Please Join Us! For our 7 a.m. service, click here. To pray with us live at 9 a.m., go here. Jumping up, he stood and began to walk, and he entered the temple with them, walking and leaping and praising God. Alleluia! Christ is risen. The […]
The Body in the Wetlands (A Jazzi Zanders Mystery) by Judi Lynn About the Book The Body in the Wetlands (A Jazzi Zanders Mystery) Cozy Mystery 2nd in Series Lyrical Underground (April 23, 2019) Paperback: 208 pages ISBN-10: 151610840X ISBN-13: 978-1516108404 Digital ASIN: B07FZN7CVT High summer in River Bluffs, Indiana, is always sweltering and sweet. […]
This story was originally published at news4sanantonio.com on February 13, 2019. SAN ANTONIO – The McNay Museum highlights American Golden Age by pairing classic cars and Postwar paintings in their new exhibit. “By presenting significant artworks alongside classic automobiles, the McNay once again expands the definitions of modern art while engaging new audiences of museum-goers,” […]
If there was a course in how to live in an RV, I would surely fail. I finally got my new home on wheels to Tennessee on Wednesday, and then had the happy plan to move in on that Saturday. Hmphf. Yeah, that didn’t exactly happen. Thursday my brand-new Honda 3000 generator arrived. I had […]
Night of the Living Dead è un film con Duane Jones, Judith O’Dea e Karl Hardman. Un gruppetto di cittadini della Pennsylvania si barricano in una vecchia fattoria per proteggersi da una schiera di mostri assetati di sangue e carnefatti … Attori: Duane Jones, Judith O’Dea, Karl Hardman, Marilyn Eastman Voto: 7.9Streaming media link: OpenLoadSpeedVideoWStreamVeryStream […]