Wurlitzer

16 Dec 18
Life With Kathy

How many of you have seen the movie The House With A Clock In Its Walls? I didn’t see this one til recently, and I’m so glad I did. One of my daughters sat down with my husband and I and we watched the movie. We all enjoyed it a lot! It’s one of those […]

16 Dec 18
Serene Wandering

If chemotherapy was the frontside and surgery is the back side, we have been enjoying relative calm in the eye of the storm.  We’ve had about six weeks in which Randy has gained strength and resumed some level of normalcy.  He still has headaches and fatigue but overall he has done well.  That has allowed […]

15 Dec 18

It feels weird to say this because for so many years we didn’t, but we’ve been traveling. Last weekend we were in Colorado to visit the kids and this past week we were in New York for three days. The New York trip was unexpected, and when John announced that he was going in place […]

15 Dec 18
Chicago and Cook County Cemeteries

For those who have read my blog  “THE EXPLODING ACCORDION” at https://chicagoandcookcountycemeteries.com/2018/12/05/the-exploding-accordion/ this is somewhat of a humorous sequel. The Exploding Accordion was the story of my Uncle Jack Erschen, (stage name Jack Rich) who carved out a ten year career on vaudeville stages across the country. Later, in life he became a professional Hammond […]

15 Dec 18
Talk About Pop Music

Lisabel launches her debut single “Green Jade” from her forthcoming debut album. by Christopher Smith Lisabel, a singer and songwriter based in London has released “Green Jade”, the first single of her 15 track debut album which will be released in early 2019. Opening with a peaceful chant, “Green Jade” soon surprises through changes in […]

15 Dec 18
Russia News Now

— from Foreign Policy In Focus Popular culture is full of alternative histories. Mackinley Kantor wrote a famous article in Look magazine in 1960 about what would have happened if the Confederacy had won the Civil War. Philip Roth’s novel The Plot Against America imagines a world where Charles Lindbergh beats FDR in the 1940 […]

14 Dec 18
Otaku no Culture

By Ed Sum (The Vintage Tempest) Horror maestro Eli Roth proves he can make a family-friendly film and still remain loyal to his humble beginnings. When considering certain production elements gave the cast the creeps, I had to chuckle. This admission can be found in the bevy of extras (5 to 7-minute clips) included in The […]

13 Dec 18
Ludwig's Daily Specials

Thursday Specials Honest Abe. Grilled cheese on jalapeño cornbread with American, jalapeño, bacon 🥓 and grape 🍇 Jelly The Wurlitzer Ham, egg salad, lettuce, tomato & Nances on wheat 🌾 Today’s Soup 🍜 Chicken pastina Apple 🍏 cheddar Today’s Quiche Tri tomato 🍅 Sausage, Cheddar jack, Spinach & Poblano

13 Dec 18
Russia News Now

Once again, the media’s funeral dirge for the Trump presidency is at high and piercing volume. The “walls” which have been ready to completely “close in” for months, are in motion once again, according to the overused metaphor employed by the media. This time the legal firing squad is directed at the President’s family and […]

13 Dec 18
Kebab Audio

I’ve been listening to a lot of George Duke. A lot of his old stuff, a lot of his stuff with The Mothers of Invention and Frank Zappa. Anyway. I’m going to do a case study of one his tracks from the album After Hours. George Duke ‎– After Hours Label: Warner Bros. Records Format: CD, Album Country: […]

12 Dec 18
Russia News Now

— from Foreign Policy In Focus Even popular series can hit rough spots in their second seasons. Take The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, the Amazon breakout about a young Jewish housewife in the late 1950s who improbably establishes a connection with Lenny Bruce and becomes a hilarious, foul-mouthed stand-up comedian in her own right. The first […]

11 Dec 18
For Your Society

Dec. 4, 2018 | Bob Boilen — Sometimes the world turns obstacles into magic. When Dirty Projectors let us know they couldn't make it to the band's Tiny Desk performance until late in the day, we were sad because the clocks had recently turned back for the fall, we knew that our beautiful, natural light […]

11 Dec 18
Indian River Guardian

NEWS RELEASE Gather the family and come celebrate the season at McKee Botanical Garden with a rare opportunity to enjoy the Garden illuminated at night during Holidays at McKee and the Nights of Lights Celebration. McKee’s majestic palms and pathways will once again be adorned with thousands of colorful lights, whimsical lanterns and holiday décor […]

11 Dec 18
Radio Free

Dec. 4, 2018 | Bob Boilen — Sometimes the world turns obstacles into magic. When Dirty Projectors let us know they couldn’t make it to the band’s Tiny Desk performance until late in the day, we were sad because the clocks had recently turned back for the fall, we knew that our beautiful, natural light […]

11 Dec 18
market research reports

Global Smart Vending Machine Market 2018 research report added by OrianResearch.com to its vast repository provides important statistics and analytical data to give a complete understanding of the market.

11 Dec 18
Oakleigh Bowling Club

It’s Christmas time! That also means Mens and Ladies Singles Finals. Joyce stares down Heather for the Ladies’ crown and Ron Peng squares up against John Davis for the Men’s title. After lunch, and by which time he’ll know whether it’s the Davis Cup or not, John will be pounding the Wurlitzer with a selection […]