It’s been raining all weekend– a sleep-inducing, being generally listless kind of rain. They know what I’m talking about… [Image credit: https://www.facebook.com/TheOwlspage]
Monthly Archives: April 2012
In honor of the 42nd Earth Day, a little loveliness thanks to Mother Nature. Photo credit: Amy L. Darnell
Test your knowledge Panthers and Lions fans. Can you answer the questions below? Best score wins. I don’t know what you win, other than pride and satisfaction, but I’ll do my best to think of something. 🙂 Category 1: Who … Continue reading
This week marks the 17th anniversary of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building bombing. The museum and memorial, in Oklahoma City, commemorating that day are powerful, fascinating, beautiful reminders of the power of violence and our reaction to it. Visiting … Continue reading
Today would’ve been Eadweard Muybridge’s 182nd birthday. In honor of the master of zoopraxology, the film that proved once and for all that horses do have all four feet off the ground when in a gallop.
When I was in graduate school I remember a young woman named Carrie who was an actor in my Master’s Thesis production. She was an English major and so much fun to be around. As the spring semester was winding … Continue reading
Last night, the USA network aired the restored version of To Kill a Mockingbird, in honor of the film’s 50th anniversary. President Obama even introduced the film, adapted from Harper Lee’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel. I’ll be showing this film next … Continue reading