When I saw original Wizard of Oz on television as a youngster, I always wondered if there was some back story for the witches. I have always been fascinated by witches and their magical lives. So, when Maguire’s stories hit bookshelves I devoured them like manna from heaven.
Back in my adolescent years, I grew up watching the slasher flick Friday the 13th. Halloween back in my day would be bombarded with bloody hockey masks on young boys pretending to be Jason, the insane killer in the movie. My grandmother, a devout, and practicing Catholic, even had advice on how to steer your day “curse free” on Friday the 13th. After living through many Fridays associated with the ominous number thirteen, and getting through most without much ado, I realized that Friday the 13th wasn’t as bad as most would like you… Read More
On October 23rd, 2014 Houston’s Stereo Live was pulsating with artists of all types from slam poets, visual artists, fashion designers, and musicians. That night I was there to see and interview singer/songwriter David Justin who just released his new single, “Supernova”. Since the single’s release earlier this year Supernova has been played on Pandora, Sirius, and BBC Radio and is steadily gaining popularity. David is a Houston native, and upon meeting David I found him to be the down to earth guy he was described to be. His love of music… Read More
“The best job I ever had.”– Sgt. Don ‘Wardaddy’ Colier from the movie Fury directed by David Ayer I just returned from the theatre from watching ‘Fury’, which premiered Friday October 17th, and according to Variety is suspected to pull in 25 million dollars by the finish of this weekend. Some may think that ‘Fury’ is just another war movie, and maybe it is. But to the men who has served those tanks in a war this movie tells their story. Fury, a WWII movie focuses on the decisive… Read More
Lately, I have been drawn into watching Discovery Channel’s show Naked and Afraid. Of course, it’s easy for me to critique the people who actually have the kahunas to actually be Naked and Afraid. I suppose I enjoy watching the show because it’s not just about survival but human nature getting real. Two strangers have to get naked trek to survive in some part of the world with only a burlap shoulder bag. In the bag is the one item the survivor feels will hold the most importance in helping in their… Read More
I love this. In an era where technology is a constancy this blogger found a way to still keep a diary…of course through the eyes of an iPhone. Take a peek you might like what you see.
Hi Brouhahas…I need your help. Check out this trailer and let me know if you recognize any of the actors here. Now, if you had a chance to ask the director some questions about the movie, what would they be? Hints: There are some pretty well known actors here, one actor appeared in GI Joe: Retaliation along with The Rock aka Dwayne Johnson and Channing Tatum. He played part of the Cobra Secret Service and is also a producer for this film Call Me King. A lead character in this film is… Read More
The Shakespearean definition of “coiled” is described as the troubles and activities of the world. Coiled, a new drama directed by screenplay writer and director Tim French, can be described in this way. Coiled is the story of a man named, Cobb Mills (Hoyt Richards) who carries the weight of guilt in the death of his daughter Tess, seven years before. On the anniversary of Tess’s death Cobb returns to the small sleepy town to leave flowers at her grave stone then heads for home. However, this year will be different as… Read More
The Rest Is Illusion is a gripping tale of discovering oneself while accepting the things in life you can and can’t control. Dashel “Dash” Yarnsbrook is a college student gripped in a painful illness. As the story unfolds the reader is drawn not only into the life of Dash, but his friends Ahsley and Sara. Then there is the villain of the story, Wilder Rawls, who makes life hell for just about everyone he meets. Dash, Sarah, and Ashley like many students in college must face issues that many students come up against. There… Read More
Travel Channel’s Anthony Bourdain No Reservations bids farewell with final season | Dialect Magazine
Travel Channel’s Anthony Bourdain No Reservations bids farewell with final season | Dialect Magazine. This is a must read! I wrote this article for Dialect Magazine. Even funnier I wrote before I even knew I would live so close to Austin. I guess it was just fate. Dialect Magazine also has other great articles about global culture. I hope you enjoy the article. Let me know if you do…good readings to ya! 🙂 Related articles DVR Alert: Philadelphia’s Episode Of Anthony Bourdain’s The Layover To Air Monday,… Read More
BONES Renewed for Season 9, Premieres With 2-Hour Special. The Bones season premiere is not too far off! Check out my article about what’s in store for the serie’s new season. Who is your favorite character on BONES? Leave a comment.
Once Upon A Time – Will The Cricket Chirp?. Was it worth the wait? Once Upon A Time is back and it looks like everyone is being played. Even Emma, who is usually good at telling if someone is lying, is doubting herself. It seems that Regina is not the only one that has to look out for Cora’s evil ways. Click on the link above and leave a discussion about this weeks 10th episode- The Cricket Game… Are you game?
Check out my recap for all Once Upon A Time fans. 🙂 Click on the News For Shoppers link to the article (it’s below) and feel free to leave a comment or discuss the episode with me. Once Upon A Time: Child Of The Moon, Ruby’s Story.