Long Tall Sally

19 Apr 19

IMPORTANT: The contents of this post are determined by the RSS feed settings of the originating site. We do not cut and paste. Jimmy Kay from Canada’s The Metal Voice spoke to Ex Scorpions guitarist Uli Jon Roth in Montreal, Quebec, Canada on April 16 2019 at the Piranha bar. Watch interview here Uli Spoke […]

19 Apr 19

IMPORTANT: The contents of this post are determined by the RSS feed settings of the originating site. We do not cut and paste. Jimmy Kay from Canada’s The Metal Voice spoke to Ex Scorpions guitarist Uli Jon Roth in Montreal, Quebec, Canada on April 16 2019 at the Piranha bar. Watch interview here Uli Spoke […]

18 Apr 19
vintagerosegirl

As an artist, photographer, feminist, and student of art-history, I’m a staunch proponent of educating the general public on the inherent sexism that often goes unnoticed within the world of art.  I believe that exploring our biases and getting down to the root of what makes one artist acceptable and another unacceptable in the eyes […]

18 Apr 19
Metal Shock Finland (World Assault )

Jimmy Kay from Canada’s The Metal Voice spoke to Ex-Scorpions guitarist Uli Jon Roth in Montreal, Quebec, Canada on April 16 2019 at the Piranha Bar. Uli Spoke about his Triple Anniversary tour and did a deep dive into the making and recording of the classic live Scorpions album Tokyo Tapes. Uli Spoke about Tokyo […]

18 Apr 19

IMPORTANT: The contents of this post are determined by the RSS feed settings of the originating site. We do not cut and paste. Jimmy Kay from Canada’s The Metal Voice spoke to Ex Scorpions guitarist Uli Jon Roth in Montreal, Quebec, Canada on April 16 2019 at the Piranha bar. Watch interview here Uli Spoke […]

17 Apr 19
david blankenship

We walk hand in hand watching thousands upon thousands of birds as they wake up for the day and leave the swamp land to our West.  The land we walk on looks a lot like the land twenty miles East of us, tall, dry grasses, the only green exists in the small streams the river […]

17 Apr 19
Seren Books Blog

Our new Short Story of the Month is ‘A Legend of Flight’ by Kate Kelly. ‘The night you didn’t answer. I tried to call but each time your phone rang for a while, then went to voicemail. I didn’t leave a message. I’d already texted you twice…’ A group of bored teens spend the summer smoking, drinking […]

17 Apr 19
The Only Child 1988

He met Eunice in New York when he was interning there as an accountant for the summer. I guess she whipped a little pussy on him and licked his ass or something that summer; the next summer they were married

17 Apr 19
A Practical Guide to Evil

“Ah, the classic imperial dilemma: which caused the other, the rebellion or the tiger pit?” – Dread Emperor Callous There were two kinds of horror to be found in war, Razin Tanja had learned. The first he had met and fought in the streets of shadowed Sarcella, the dark dismay of loss being dealt by […]

16 Apr 19
Sally's words

Kevin stood atop the roof of his flat. Sometimes, even he needed to take a break from fighting back against videogame censorship and movies with leftist political agendas to sneer at all these pathetic people, living their boring daily lives. Idiots, all of them. The world would be so much better if they just died. […]

16 Apr 19
"Smells Like Old Houses" In Use - since 1782

This selection of exercises should not be taken too seriously. But I believe readers will welcome the opportunity to check their language skills.  If a particular exercise seems particularly difficult, refer back to the relevant earlier section of the book.  I take it for granted that most readers will use a good dictionary, where most […]

15 Apr 19
QuiverVoice

It was nothing short of heartbreaking to hear that Notre Dame de Paris was on fire, and nothing short of devastating to watch it burn. Its gorgeous stained-glass glory shattered in the heat, its strong, tall spire breaking like a soggy ice cream cone before falling into the flames. Watching the church come down, many […]

15 Apr 19
Scritti Politti

She’d put it down to getting older, or perhaps it was the slow process of adjusting to being on her own? Whatever it was, it was deeply unsettling.  The garden gate swung shut with a familiar click as Julie stepped out into the lane.  There had been a time when she might have driven into […]

15 Apr 19
The Accidental Ringer

I was watching an interesting interview on i-player today.  On Saturday morning there had been an excellent piece about bellringing on The Breakfast Show. They filmed a BBC interviewer experiencing his first bellhandling lesson at Wokingham church.  The rope was flapping and he was trying to conduct an interview at the same time, which is […]

13 Apr 19
Wasiq1's Backup Blog

Today is the Sunday , the 14th of April 2019 , the 8th of Shaban 1440 H till the Sunset ( 6:54 pm , Karachi ) and this is my the Sunday Blog # 158 ( Hundred and fifty eight ) . According to My calculations today is also the Happiest Third Anniversary of this […]