Over cinnamon apple tea,technicolor pictures galore,she dreamed of her lover,and so much more.I was a starving artist,oil streaked carnations, arm's reach.I danced with peasants,and ate with kings. The rustle of the quail song,Pounding against the riverbed.The opera of the nightengale,to usher in a peaceful slumber. Tributes of the birds, the…
Originally posted April 24, 2010
I enjoyed the show, only because I love Elvis as a pop culture icon.
I do like the fact that Cirque de Soleil produced the show specifically for Vegas. I think the joining of the two was a great idea.
However, the show might’ve played better if this was thirty – or even twenty – years ago.Continue reading →
Rosemary’s Baby is a movie everyone assumes you’ve seen if you claim to be a student of film. I don’t think I’ve ever discussed it in casual conversation. I spoiled myself silly years ago because of random Wiki surfing. However, I never deigned to sit down & watch it until my 31 Days of Fear inaugural film festival.Continue reading →
- Rating: PG-13
- Category: Humor/Action.
- Summary: A notorious freelance agent returns to the Agency’s stratosphere, which causes people to question her allegiance.
- Timeline: Mid-season 2.
- Disclaimer: The Invisible Man characters belong to their respective entities. Made-ups are mine and mine alone.
I’ve always sought out stories about families – by birth or by choice – over the years.
- The Chronicles of Narnia.
- The Baby-Sitters Club.
- The Fast and the Furious.
- I would even include Remember Me by Mary Higgins Clark.
I’m talking about Shirley Jackson’s “Let Me Tell You: New Stories, Essays, and Other Writings.” I found myself commiserating with her stories about her family and the goofy stuff they’ve had to suffer through together.Continue reading →
The one thing I miss about Northern California is the ability to do day trips. It’s so easy to get in your car, be in the mountains, be in the farmland, be in the ocean, be in Disneyland, be in the desert, all within hours of each other. I don’t miss the commute during rush hour though. Not ONE bit.Continue reading →