Phillip Michael Scales

24 May 19

A Dash of Love: A Sweet Rapids Novella African American Romance Fiction Author: Té Russ FREE ‘Traditional relationships’ aren’t their thing, so a no-strings attached arrangement seems to be a no-brainer that they both find to be mutually beneficial…and satisfying. But one thing that arrangements usually don’t account for…falling in love. **Note: If you have […]

24 May 19
High Velocity Sport

Predicting the next NFL players who could force contract standoffs https://es.pn/30Iot1x What Le’Veon Bell did in 2018 was historic. And when someone does something historic, it’s natural to wonder who will be the next to try it. Sitting out an entire NFL season to make sure he reached free agency healthy and scored the kind […]

24 May 19
High Velocity Sport

Predicting the next NFL players who could force contract standoffs https://es.pn/30Iot1x What Le’Veon Bell did in 2018 was historic. And when someone does something historic, it’s natural to wonder who will be the next to try it. Sitting out an entire NFL season to make sure he reached free agency healthy and scored the kind […]

23 May 19
MANK'S MOVIE MUSINGS

It was exactly forty years ago that Coppola premiered his long delayed, troubled production Apocalypse Now in Cannes. The film was not yet finished and it was shown as a work in progress. But still it won the Palme D’or.Looks like the film is still a work in progress for Coppola.  He has made a […]

23 May 19
File 770

(1) HUGO VOTER PACKET ADDITION. The editors of Uncanny Magazine tweeted – (2) WINDS (OF WINTER) BENEATH MY WINGS. George R.R. Martin gave a classy response to Air New Zealand’s offer to “help” him finish his next book by flying him to their country — “Thanks, New Zealand”. …Of course, I was especially moved by […]

22 May 19
The Catholic Sun

Each year, the Diocese of Syracuse honors its clergy who are celebrating milestone anniversaries. Here, the Sun offers a look at this year’s jubilarians and their years of dedicated priestly service.

22 May 19

Note: These links are posted at the top of the page as the week progresses. Links from previous weeks can be found under the “Current Quicklinx” button above. If you have a link you would like to share, please put it into a comment Vicious Cycle: The Pentagon Creates Tech Giants and Then Buys their […]

22 May 19
Archy news nety

This is the daily newsletter of the Poynter Institute. To have it delivered to your inbox from Monday to Friday, click here. May 22, 2019 Good morning. Today, Rick Edmonds from Poynter from New Orleans reports on The Advocate, while I give you updates on the case of a San Francisco journalist whose house was […]

21 May 19
Bookish Connoisseur

Happy new release Tuesday!! More of this week’s new releases are below. If you missed Part I, you can catch up here. Have a wonderful day and get those books read! Mistress of the Ritz by Melanie Benjamin Links: Goodreads | Amazon* | Book Depository* Synopsis: Nothing bad can happen at the Ritz; inside its […]

21 May 19
Dark Aeons

<Durmah> drives over after getting his text. She’s dressed down because she’d already done most of her cooking and hadn’t meant to be out again, so it’s a loose shirt belted over a pair of leggings. It would -actually- be normally what she might sleep in, except she stopped to put on one of her […]

19 May 19
Confessions of a Movie Queen

This post came about because of two specific turns. First, this past April (just last month), I finally seized–reveled in–the opportunity to see Barry Lyndon, Stanley Kubrick’s fabulous re-imagining of William Makepeace Thackeray’s The Luck of Barry Lyndon, in a theatre on a big screen: a 20th century re-imagining of a 19th century novel written […]

18 May 19
Serenade

As its new resident conductor, Mikel Toms will add an interesting dimension to the Symphony Orchestra of India (SOI) and its chamber orchestra. A chat with the celebrated British conductor reveals his thoughts on his upcoming stint, backed by the belief that music should be a grand adventure of exploration. By Beverly Pereira A new […]

17 May 19
Louis Proyect: The Unrepentant Marxist

COUNTERPUNCH, MAY 17, 2019 Faith merely promises to move mountains; but technology, which takes nothing “on faith,” is actually able to cut down mountains and move them. Up to now this was done for industrial purposes (mines) or for railways (tunnels); in the future this will be done on an immeasurably larger scale, according to […]

17 May 19
Luxury with a History of Love

(Photos: Getty Images; photo illustration: Joel Louzado) As soon as rumours started swirling back in October 2016 that HRH Prince Harry was allegedly dating American actor Meghan Markle, we knew this wasn’t going to be any old fairytale romance. After a whirlwind courtship that included overnight dates to Botswana, nights out in London’s West End, […]