Kate Forman

19 Feb 19
Archy news nety

We remember these celebrities for their business sense and for the most important personalities of life (Stan Lee, Anthony Bourdain, Kate Spade), the music they created (Daryl Dragon, Roy Hargrove), the characters they played (Penny's Laverne) Marshall), their films (Bernardo Bertolucci), books (Tom Wolfe, Steve Ditko), their brains (Stephen Hawking), their service (John Dingell, George […]

19 Feb 19
Archy news nety

We remember these celebrities for their business sense and for the most important personalities of life (Stan Lee, Anthony Bourdain, Kate Spade), the music they created (Peter Tork, Daryl Dragon), the characters they played (Penny's Laverne) Marshall), their films (Bernardo Bertolucci), books (Tom Wolfe, Steve Ditko), their brains (Stephen Hawking), their service (John Dingell, George […]

13 Feb 19
Jenny Arch

Over on Library Twitter, many people identified their favorite books published in 2018 with the hashtag #Libfaves18. I participated as well, but I read many books I loved in 2018 that were published in previous years. Here they are (for reviews, click through to my LibraryThing catalog): Picture Books This is a long list, but I read […]

09 Feb 19
Tourism News | eTN.travel

by Dr. Elinor Garely, editor in chief of wines.travel The world of whiskey extends well beyond smelling, sipping and tasting. To learn about the brown liquid in your glass you should speak with Lew Bryson, one of the world’s leading authorities on whiskey. If you don’t have the time to take a whiskey course with […]

08 Feb 19
Archy news nety

We remember these celebrities for their business sense and for the most important personalities of life (Stan Lee, Anthony Bourdain, Kate Spade), the music they created (Daryl Dragon, Roy Hargrove), the characters they played (Penny's Laverne) Marshall), their films (Bernardo Bertolucci), books (Tom Wolfe, Steve Ditko), their brains (Stephen Hawking), their service (John Dingell, George […]

02 Feb 19
Art of Quotation

Thoughts From Those We Said Goodbye to in 2018 Aretha Franklin, Stephen Hawking, Ursula K. Le Guin, Stan Lee, Neil Simon, Paul Allen, Dolores O’Riordan, Penny Marshall, William Goldman, John McCain, Tab Hunter, Tom Wolfe, Anthony Bourdain, Robert Indiana, Philip Roth, Milos Forman, Burt Reynolds, Nancy Wilson, Paul Taylor, Mary Oliver, Robert Morris, Nicolas Roeg, […]

02 Feb 19
meemish

How many times have you asked yourself that same question? Well, get ready for the answer. This year I’ll be adding a monthly list of the books I’ve been reading to the blog. Read All Day (RAD) will be a complete list (the good, the bad, and the ugly) of the books I read the […]

04 Feb 19
Archy news nety

We remember these celebrities for their business and larger personalities (Stan Lee, Anthony Bourdain, Kate Spade), the music they created (Daryl Dragon, Roy Hargrove), the characters they portrayed (Penny Marshall's Laverne), their films , (Bernardo Bertolucci), books (Tom Wolfe, Steve Ditko), their brains (Stephen Hawking), their service (George HW Bush), their activism (Rev. Dr. Wyatt […]

27 Jan 19
Mbee reads

This post is so fucking long I bet no one would even read it all. But I’m doing this for me so not a problem if you don’t read everything 😉

26 Jan 19
Pan and Slam Cinema Forum

by Jason F. Koenigsberg Well, the 2019 Academy Award nominations have been announced. Regardless of what people think these are not the best nominees ever. 2018 was a solid year for movies, but far from one of the best of all time. Even when there are outstanding years for movies sometimes the Academy chooses to […]

22 Jan 19
Reel Music

2018 Reel Music Awards It’s that time of the year again – Awards Season. As with last year, as part of the lead up to announcing my nominations (and eventual winners) of the stand-out scores of 2018, I thought that I would take some time and list all of the titles of the movies, TV […]

20 Jan 19

Kate Pohl is offensive leader for co-op Latin School, among top scorers in Metro Girls By Ross Forman Latin School of Chicago is skating among the elite Metro Girls teams, eyeing the Scholastic Cup, with seven ties battling for bragging rights to the top-tiered playoff title. Fenwick and New Trier each have 8 points in […]

13 Jan 19
The Blue Moon Archives

Hey, guys! Today’s blogpost is a book haul!! *cue collective dreamy sigh* Now, since the last time we did a book haul, we’ve obviously acquired a couple of books and there’s nothing we love more than showing off new books!! The attention these lovelies truly deserve! So, without further ado, let’s dive right in! First, […]

09 Jan 19
Just Browsing

By: Molly Cluff Transitioning from Junior Fiction to Teen Fiction can feel like a big jump sometimes! Here are ten tried-and-true teen fantasy books that are friendly towards younger teens (with a few extra alternates):   The Lost Years of Merlin By: T. A. Barron First in The Lost Years of Merlin series. A young […]