DVD Review: Push

Finally got around to seeing Push the other day. I initially wanted to see it in the theaters but didn’t think it would be worth the $11, especially after seeing all the negative reviews. Despite a dismal 23% on the Rotten Tomatoes tomatometer, Push still had an audience average rating of 47%, which means that […]

Happy Thanksgiving 2010

“I do not think of all the misery, but of the glory that remains. Go outside into the fields, nature and the sun, go out and seek happiness in yourself and in God. Think of the beauty that again and again discharges itself within and without you and be happy.” ~Anne Frank Let’s be thankful […]

NaNoWriMo is Baaaack!

Some writer I am, right? Not even remembering that this is National Novel Writing Month, i.e., thirty days and nights of literary abandon! Last year, if you can remember back that far, I made it to 30-something thousand words, but the good thing is that I actually got a completed novel out of that story, […]

The Vampire Diaries: Katerina

Katie, Katie…looks like you may have a little human side after all. Or maybe not. “Better you die, than I.” Always looking out for number one. So the new big bad, Klaus, supposedly makes Elijah look like “the easter bunny” according to Rose whose fear of Klaus is quite melodramatic at times. I’m now picturing […]

A chat with William Paul Young, author of The Shack

I had the profound pleasure to attend an evening speaking engagement by the author of The Shack, William Paul Young, yesterday. The event was organized by Christi and Rob Gebhart, along with The Westchester Community Group, and had over a hundred attendees from all walks of life – young, old, broken, whole, secular, religious, anyone […]

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