My latest venture — and some links that go with it.
In terms of theatre, this is not exactly ‘Streetcar Named Desire,’ – but it’s been a blast, a chance to really explore the creation of comedy, and see people develop.
Comedy group finds inspiration in Rowan life … and isn’t
Continue reading Laugh Tracks — I’m really proud of this show (and having fun, too)
Stories about other people’s dogs are usually not that interesting.
That said, stories about my own dog are endlessly intriguing. To me. And this is one of those stories.
Alicia and I do not leave town often. So Jackie-Mudpie (our dog), has only been boarded a few times in her ten year life.
Continue reading an amazing bladder
My good friend, Donald Hughes, sent me this link tonight:
A Spectator’s View of J.F.K.’s Funeral Procession
Donald did the photography for my film, Coffee Therapy. This is a side of Donald I did not know. I knew he was incredibly great to work with, completely competent and talented and hard working
Continue reading Donald Hughes’ photos of J.F.K.’s Funeral Procession
He: I’m not sure what you said.
She: You didn’t listen.
He: I know.
She: So now you don’t know.
He: I will if you tell me.
She: Repeat it?
She: Double trouble for me and reward you for not listening?
He: If you want me to know what you’re saying.
Continue reading he said she said
I just looked up Breaking Bad on Wikipedia.
I heard about it, for the first time, a couple of weeks ago. Somebody asked me if I had seen it and I thought it was a movie, possibly an HBO series.
Since then I’ve seen it on Facebook constantly and on all the news
Continue reading Breaking Bad, Enough Said
I love this video (from code.org). It reminds me of the good ol’ days, when I was a tech facilitator at the “old” West Rowan Middle School. We had a computer lab with 14 Apple IIe computers. The best thing about the IIe is that, unlike my Apple II Plus at home, it
Continue reading I love this short film
After seeing previews, and then a snippet of interview on Charlie Rose, I really wanted to see “The Butler,” and I did.
This was without reading any reviews first, something I almost always do.
I can’t remember being this moved during a movie since Seasbiscuit (another movie I dearly loved, if that tells
Continue reading See “The Butler”
According to infoplease, the top year for births in the USA was 1957. 4,308,000 babies were born that year.
Coming in a close second was the previous year, 1956. That’s the year I was born.
All year I’ve been meaning to write about being 56 years old and being born in ’56. These
Continue reading 56 and 56
I’ve been in going-to-The Manor-movie-mode lately and have seen some good ones. Here are the micro reviews:
Mud: Odd story. A bit of suspense and the ending delivers. It works.
Frances Ha: Loved the way it was shot. Very inventive, pleasing sense of place. Cool characters. The premise was a bit weak for
Continue reading some micro reviews (really micro)
Scotty Mitchell died on Wednesday. Tennis players in Salisbury (a.k.a. great friends) will miss him mightily.
As a player, he had an amazing forehand crosscourt return of serve. The angle was so sharp it made one wonder how the ball could realistically get over the net.
In my 20′s and
Continue reading Remembering Scotty