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16 Jul 19
Roads To The North

“Yesterday”, for anyone living in a cultural vacuum of late, is a Danny Boyle-directed, Richard Curtis-penned new film in which struggling musician Jack Malik (played by Himesh Patel) emerges from a worldwide blackout as apparently the only person on Earth who remembers The Beatles. Lily James plays his love interest Ellie, while the film also […]

16 Jul 19
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16 Jul 19
Slattery's Magazine

My e-book collection of horror shorts A Tale of Hell and Other Works of Horror” is available on Amazon Kindle.  For your copy, go to my Amazon author’s page (amazon.com/author/philslattery) where you can find links to my other works as well. In this collection of published and previously unpublished stories of horror, I offer a look into […]

16 Jul 19
THE AFRIKAN REVIEWER

“Georgia, this is a love letter. Everything I do is a love letter addressed to you.” There are a few books that can be best described as books you cannot put down once you start reading. Sure enough, An American Marriage fits the description. Similarly, every now and then, a book comes along that adds […]

15 Jul 19
Steve Tait's Stories

It comes from behind me. The screech of brakes. The thud. It’s there and gone. Silence follows. A second stretching on and on. I think to turn and look but don’t, lulled by the stillness, allowing myself to be deceived by it. Frantic yelping shatters the quiet. It sends sparks through me. I feel it […]

15 Jul 19
Intune Blog

Another great week of live in the Bay Area. Here are some suggestion for this week.. Monday August 12th Club Deluxe 1511 Haight St, San Francisco 6:00 PM-9:00 PM Showtime… The High Tide Trio is a sensational super instrumental band featuring Mitch Polzak on guitar and bass, Hank Maninger on guitar and bass, and Les […]

14 Jul 19
Andreas Mehler

Long live the stick! That’s the idea behind the Cars.com holiday, National Stick Shift Day. To coincide, a survey gauging American opinion on the manual transmission was conducted. More people than you initially might think can actually drive a car with a manual transmission.  National Stick Shift Day gets at the deeper appreciation and connection […]

14 Jul 19
Automobile Updates

Long live the stick! That’s the idea behind the Cars.com holiday, National Stick Shift Day. To coincide, a survey gauging American opinion on the manual transmission was conducted. More people than you initially might think can actually drive a car with a manual transmission.  National Stick Shift Day gets at the deeper appreciation and connection […]

14 Jul 19
Automobile Updates

Long live the stick! That’s the idea behind the Cars.com holiday, National Stick Shift Day. To coincide, a survey gauging American opinion on the manual transmission was conducted. More people than you initially might think can actually drive a car with a manual transmission.  National Stick Shift Day gets at the deeper appreciation and connection […]

11 Jul 19
Unhistory of Religion

When it comes to the Greco-Roman gods, there is a certain interpretive problem that is so awkward, scholars either avoid it completely or generalize with so much dogmatism that one gets the impression they simply want to will it out of existence. The problem, to put a name on it, is that of “identification” (though […]

11 Jul 19
Last Rites

Tomb Mold, who represented themselves admirably in my top ten list for 2018, went ahead and released the death metal album to beat for 2019. I am not exaggerating. This record is exactly what a death metal fanatic needs after the sparsity of DM records released so far this year. But it is more than […]

10 Jul 19
Slattery's Magazine

My e-book collection of horror shorts A Tale of Hell and Other Works of Horror” is available on Amazon Kindle.  For your copy, go to my Amazon author’s page (amazon.com/author/philslattery) where you can find links to my other works as well. In this collection of published and previously unpublished stories of horror, I offer a look into […]

10 Jul 19
Tales From The Underdorks

It’s only after Obryn finishes his third sausage that the group suddenly realise they don’t know exactly where the werewolf den is. They have a vague idea that it’s somewhere behind Krezk, to the northwest of the forest where they met a mad mage who was arguing vehemently with a tree, but they’re not sure […]

08 Jul 19
How to Cruise with a 10 Month Old

My first recommendation is to pack as light as you can, but make sure you have the essentials. We didn’t need a car seat because we planned on using a shuttle which allowed Ava to be a “lap-rider”. She did not need a car seat on the ship or plane so this helped our load […]