Music Reviews

23 Jul 19

This is the sixth album by Finnish death metal one-man band Desecresy. I’ve enjoyed Chasmic Transcendence, Stoic Death, and The Mortal Horizon, so I felt it would be remiss of me to not check out Towards Nebulae.

23 Jul 19
Ulven Reviews

Info Original Title: Saint Seiya: Knights of the ZodiacCountry: JapanDirector: Eugene SonRelease: 2019Genre: Action, Adventure, AnimationLanguage: Japanese, English IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes A remake of the original Saint Seiya, from the 80’s, but quite different so far.

23 Jul 19
Cassandra Rupno

Basal Reading Programs Today Goals: conectedness of the language arts, the importance of meaning-making, the immersion of children in literature, and the five essential components of reading as identified in the National Reading Panel Report. Some say Basal is a language of its’ own.- Key terms, definitions to help understanding of key concepts. Anthologies Decodable […]

23 Jul 19
Skociomatic

Yesterday mostly wastes an interesting premise telling a largely enjoyable little love story. Sure, it is just as much Boomer nostalgia bait as Bohemian Rhapsody or Rocketman, but Yesterday tries something slightly interesting. Yesterday plays with an alternate reality concept and a little with the nature of fame. It ends up being just slightly more […]

23 Jul 19
mandersmedia.co.uk

Karajan’s 1970s Beethoven In Blu-ray Audio: A Controversial Set Revisited Review by: Jens F. Laurson Artistic Quality: ? Sound Quality: ? Herbert von Karajan was once the high-holy name in classical music. So much so it was inevitable that the historical pendulum would swing the other way. And so he became something of an outcast among the […]

23 Jul 19
L4LM

Trey Anastasio has released a new LP, Beneath A Sea Of Stars, which encompasses a remastered recording of Ghosts of the Forest‘s tour-closing show at Berkeley’s Greek Theatre. The performance featured an opening set from Khruangbin, marking just the second night of the tour with a supporting act following the previous night’s Yo La Tengo-supported […]

23 Jul 19
Young's Personal Blog

2.    Fatigue and decision fatigue  I have always been a workaholic up until now. I always love to surround myself with things to do, and having 24 hours a day available for free usage during my gap year could not be any better. Before I flew back to Vietnam, I always complained to my […]

23 Jul 19
Andrew Oliver

Well it’s been a while with no posts but having recovered from the Complete Morton Project marathon, we’ve gone into the studio to record a new CD of 15 of our favorites that we discovered last year during the project.  Here’s a video about the album: It’s out now on the amazing Lejazzetal label, which […]

23 Jul 19
Cain S. Latrani

Hey, I finally got an anime review done! Unfortunately, it’s this one. Okay, so, usually I post anime reviews on Monday, but these days, we’ll all just take what we can get, yeah? I mean, originally I did episode reviews, and those just showed up when ever, so it’s not like Monday Anime was ever […]

23 Jul 19
Sarah Lea Stories

As part of my Post-K Summer Reading Boot Camp:  https://sarahleastories.com/2019/06/08/post-k-summer-reading-boot-camp-2019/ I liked the message this book was trying to convey–that we can be friends with those who are different and find common ground (regardless of what ground we were born in) and build on that. However, the stronger (but subtler) message was that reading takes you […]

23 Jul 19
Whistorical

Opportunities for continued learning and recreational programming are not always abundant in small communities.  This was especially true before the internet made distance learning and online tutorials commonplace.  In the 1970s and 80s in Whistler, Myrtle Philip Elementary School was the site of learning for more than just school aged kids. An adult education department […]