Dungeons and dragons has made a comeback thanks to twitch and youtube.
Fans of Monty Python will recognize the headline as a memorable utterance from their “Holy Grail” movie. No, I’m not dead yet, just busy. This has been the longest span between posts since I wrote the first of 673 almost five years ago. The delay has been due to a heavy combination of professional and […]
Oh boy another lame mystery TV thriller. Summoned is about the chronicles of a woman facing a murderer from beyond the grave as strange deaths begin to mount following the execution of a criminal. See, this is just another reason that capital punishment isn’t a deterrent, and how the prison system needs a serious overhaul. […]
OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – April 19, 1995. On that day, 168 lives were lost when a bomb went off outside the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in downtown Oklahoma City. While the scars have healed since that day, the memories are still fresh in the minds of so many. Each year, Oklahomans gather to honor […]
Hi! It’s me here, resurfacing after a little blogging break and ready to take on the warmer weather. Sweater weather might be finally behind us, so it’s time to break out the florals and sunglasses to embrace the warmth. Some exciting news on my part, I’m going to be living in New York City for […]
CUT TO BLACK. THE END. By Colin Stevens Update 4/18: Following yesterday’s update that the final scene for The Last of Us Part II has been shot using performance capture, the last scene with Joel and Ellie is now finished as well, and “the most ambitious cinematic shoot” ever for Naughty Dog has wrapped. Posted […]
Credit: Marvel Comics Credit: Ashley Witter (Marvel Comics) Marvel Comics’ X-23 is absent from the company’s recently-released July 2019 solicitations, as well as the June 2019 solicitations – leading some to believe that the series could be ending with May’s X-23 #12. While Marvel has not provided a response to Newsarama’s query, historically a two-month […]
In the beginning there was a kid who more often than not would be found drawing room plans and re-arranging furniture when left to her own devices. Not just in her bedroom but the whole house was fair game when her parents had left the vicinity… perhaps enjoying the dramatic big “SURPRISE!” reveals the most […]
April 18, 2019 – Wilkesboro, NC – Now that MerleFest, presented by Window World, is only one week away, annual festival-goers have surely begun planning their weekends. For those who have not, however, here are five sure-to-be epic experiences that shouldn’t be missed. Make a note or two and join a welcoming legion of music fans in Wilkesboro, […]
Thank you very much to M at Beauty of my chaotic mind for the nomination. If you’ve not read her blog I’d highly recommend it. So here goes: The rules of the Sunshine Blogger Award are: • Thank the person who nominated you and provide a link back to their blogging sites. • Answer their […]
A complete listing of all available online Barnstable County Massachusetts cemeteries, with links to multiple cemetery transcriptions, gravestone photos, tombstone photos, official records, etc.
I bought this book for £1.50 from a shop on the Isle of Wight. What’s not to love? Liberty! Sewing patterns included! The Eighties! Not just a piece of history. There’s some pretty detailed information in this book, plus basic pattern blocks can always be adapted. I’m hopeful there’s something here I could sew. Always […]
Revival hosts “a tribute to a time and place almost long forgotten” — the Plains Hotel. Method 2 Madness and Men Without Shame are playing.