People say that opinions are like . . . , well, you know the rest. Sure, everyone has one, but that doesn’t mean we can’t learn something from each other. . . .
Anne of Green Gables, the first in a series of books by L. M. Montgomery, is about a precocious young orphan, Anne Shirley. At the turn of… Read more “Netflix’s “Anne with an E” Guts the Innocence of Its Predecessors”
Strange Cargo is the 1940 film about two unsavory characters amongst a group of unsavory characters, who, in their quest for freedom from a French penal colony… Read more “Two-Cent Movie Review: Strange Cargo”
One day while channel surfing, I stumbled upon a preview of a new situation comedy, “Trophy Wife.” I chuckled as I listened to one of the actors… Read more “Older Men—Younger Women: Trophies for the Self-Indulgent Male”
Cable television’s number one network for “housewife” drama, Bravo TV, brought together their most affluent group of “Wives” for another three-part support group session, otherwise known as… Read more “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Reunion #7: Now We Know “What Harry Did””
Singer, songwriter and musician, Jim Croce, told stories through his songs. Ballads about saving time in a bottle, reconnecting with a lost love with the help of… Read more “Jim Croce: Lyrical Poet”
Keith Green was a talented musician, singer, and prolific songwriter. His poignant words illustrated a pure motive. His message was simple and yet profound. Seldom have I… Read more “Icon and More: The Music of Keith Green”
One day, while vacationing at The Hotel Del Coronado, a prominent California seaside resort, I overheard an interesting discussion. An enthusiastic and animated young woman and an… Read more “The Wizard of Oz — Politically Speaking”