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an ode to an artist

2016 has felt like a rough year when it comes to the mortality of our beloved celebrity entertainers. We lost some larger than life stars like David Bowie, Alan Rickman, Vanity, Victoria Wood, and just recently former wrestler Chyna. And

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Posted in arts, death, music, prince, Uncategorized

night moves

I keep a mixed CD that I titled “Night Lights” in my car. It’s playlist contains songs that, to me, are perfect nighttime driving, designed with particular backdrops in mind like the Hartford skyline via I-91. Such was the case

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Posted in memories, music, song, storytelling, summer, writing

sometimes…

When I was in the 1st grade, I wrote a book called Sometimes. This book was more of a poem, with a line of prose starting with the word “sometimes” in the center of an 8×11 white paper all bound

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Posted in memories, story, writing, youth

my earthquake experience

The following video is not me or anyone I know, but I can relate to it because I’ve been there. And there’s a reason I picked this particular video after searching a few videos out there to choose from to

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Posted in charity, memories, storytelling

originality: an original origin story about an original originator

With a title like that, I really set myself up, didn’t I? Well I will spoil the ending now: there’s nothing new under the sun. Yet one can argue that there are no original stories left to tell, which might

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Posted in babbling, movie, story, storytelling, writing

Top Ten Christmassy Movies

There are some classic holiday films that everyone has seen, loved, and warms the cockles of their hearts like It’s A Wonderful Life, Miracle on 34th St., or any version of A Christmas Carol in the last 90 years. And

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Posted in Christmas, list, movie

a night at foxwoods

In retrospect, I don’t think my adventures at Foxwoods Casino would be as long as a read as my adventures in New York, and technically, this POST should have been posted the day after the NY trip, and not a

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Posted in Friends, memories, story, storytelling, vacation, weekend

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  • 119. the BAMF awards February 19, 2020
    Sterling reviews the Oscars (and the Super Bowl halftime show despite already discussing it last episode but failed to mention Shakira, J Lo and Janet Jackson). Kortney gives an update on the status of her novel. Reviews for Sonic the Hedgehog and They Will Have Us followed by BHF: Claudette Colvin, Leontyne Price and Pam Echols & the Fair Housing Act of […]
  • 118. remembering the good place February 6, 2020
    Sterling attempts to spook Kortney about aliens but ends up talking about a documentary about an internet serial killer. As for happier topics, the question on what to do with birthday cards post-birthday, soft pants, Hamilton in theaters, Negro History Week, and The Good Place finale. Spoilers are between 51:10-1:02:30 Read the rest of the alien invasion st […]
  • 117. falling from grace January 22, 2020
    A critique of Tyler Perry's A Fall From Grace and why/how it could have been better. Also, Sterling had the flu.