In the spirit of Riverdale, The CW’s new take on the classic Nancy Drew is darker, more supernatural and little sexier than the teen sleuth that we are used to. Comic-Con fangirls and fanboys were treated to a sneak peek at the pilot episode of the new series from showrunner Melinda Hsu-Taylor as well as executive producers Noga […]
Buzzy Russell, 81, passed from this life on Saturday, July 13, 2019 at his home in Yukon, OK. He was born May 2, 1938 in Idabel, OK. He graduated from Mount St. Mary High School and then served in the Army Reserves for 8 years. Buzzy met Carol Sue Kendall through Young Christian Workers and […]
The Weekly Bulletin Monday, July 15, 2019 Call to order: President Dewey at 12:05 p.m. Invocation: Rick McKernan Pledge: Steve Winters Attendance: 12 Introduction of Guests and New and Old Members (who have been gone) none Welcome any new or returning members none Birthdays and Anniversaries […]
One year after 17 people died when a boat sank on a Missouri lake near the tourist town of Branson, the question of whether the boats should return to the lake remains a topic of debate.
Kevin Bacon, Don Cheadle, Adam Scott, and Tig Notaro are the Indiana Joneses we deserve, but not the ones we will get when Disney and Lucasfilm continue the franchise on July 21, 2021. (Assuming they don’t change the date again, of course.) But Conan O’Brien gave us a taste of what we’re missing. Thomas Middleditch […]
Everyone loves a good party. Especially literary people—who, aside from book parties, which technically count as “work” (ask their accountants) tend not to get out much. Or so the stories go. Literature abounds with great parties, but here I’m interested in the parties that actually took place in literary history—where famous authors met, or fought, […]