Kick Carver

18 Feb 19

DC continue to bring some of their lesser known properties to life on DC Universe, the latest being Doom Patrol. Is it something to be excited about? Andrew “Raggedyman” Watton-Davies reviews the pilot to find out.

18 Feb 19
The Butcher's Chopping Block

To celebrate the launch of Far Cry: New Dawn I have decided to not only give my personal experience with the series but to chart all the great changes that have slowly come with later installments. So without any further or do let’s get into it. Bless the Rains down in Africa My first real […]

17 Feb 19
the nineteenth street liquor store

February 2019: februauy, otherwise known as “the coldest month on earth.” black history month is still the shortest goddam month of the year. slavery, jim crow and then shortest damn parade in a long list of parades. every year in october we celebrate “little people’s awareness” month. thats not to say we shouldnt have dwafism […]

15 Feb 19
Ed B on Sports

Lynda Boyd has been an actress for over 30 years. She was born in Vancouver and is a versatile performer with an extensive stage, television, film, animation and radio career. Over the years, Lynda has played Diane Keaton’s best friend, Leslie Neilsen’s wife, Owen Wilson’s confidante and Jennifer Lopez’s boss. Lynda also starred in the […]

14 Feb 19
Pattern and Outrage

If it had been pouring rain, I’d have thought this Korean BBQ restaurant, Quarters, a scene straight out of Blade Runner. This was LA, after all. A dark and moody atmosphere with thudding, loud music. Grills inset into the tables, billowing with savory clouds of smoke. Waiters in black showed off mad skills with tongs […]

14 Feb 19

All Those Lies: A GRIPPING CRIME NOVEL (DI Tracy Collier Book 1) Crime Fiction > Noir Author: Emmy Ellis FREE Detective Inspector Tracy Collier has a past she’s convinced she can sweep under the carpet. There’s a killer out there, though, who’s out to prove her theory wrong. A body turning up, gutted and dressed […]

13 Feb 19
Presidential Timber

Presidential Timber 10 We celebrated Martin Luther King Day in this our first year in the Black and White House . Of course it was a working day.  But we trod carefully and spoke softly in memory of those who blazed the trail for Dr. King. We remembered the Harriet Tubmans and the Frederick Douglases […]

13 Feb 19

The Tony-winner is releasing his debut solo album Sing to Me Instead on March 29

13 Feb 19

The Tony-winner releases a new, moving video costarring Charlie Carver as his love interest from his upcoming solo album Sing to Me Instead

12 Feb 19
The Moto Pages

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (February 12, 2019) – Indian Motorcycle has not only dominated AFT Twins presented by Vance & Hines competition since its dramatic return to American Flat Track in 2017, it has also been a staunch supporter of the series, its riders and AFT’s broadcast efforts. That won’t change in 2019, as Indian Motorcycle announced today another […]

12 Feb 19
Eulaine's Journey

Helen Keller once described Optimism by this quote, “Optimism is the faith that leads to achievement. Nothing can be done without hope and confidence.” In this blog let’s analyze the definition of optimism and the benefits that optimism can have on your life. Optimism is a tendency to look on the more favorable side of […]

11 Feb 19
Alex R Carver

Today on my blog we have a brief story with a touch of something naughty from Sorcha Rowan, a romance author who likes to explore new ideas. Sorcha Rowan A private person who’s happiest in the mountains, Sorcha enjoys telling stories about finding new love in strange and wonderful places. New Book – […]

11 Feb 19

January 2, 1885 Today it is very cold—more than 40 below—so cold that the quicksilver (mercury) froze.  I wrote a letter to Drothzen in Aberdeen.  The boys did the chores and in the afternoon, Carl went to Waconia to get the mail.  I had a letter from Liljehook that he has sent the scions. Andrew […]