A Pandemic Parade, by Rich Paschall In case you are one of those who sleep in on Thanksgiving, you may be pleased to know there was a Thanksgiving Day Parade of sorts. We can not blame you for staying in… Read More ›
Month: November 2020
When in 2012, Rob Reid wrote Year Zero, a science fiction novel about the music business and its impact on the universe, many people sat up and took notice. Who better to write about the Byzantine complexities of the music… Read More ›
Jane Allen Petrick has written a wonderful book about Norman Rockwell, the artist, and his work. It focuses on the “invisible people” in his painting, the non-white children and adults who are his legacy. For many readers, this book will be an eye-opener… Read More ›
Share Your World 11-23-2020 Oh what a time we are living in! Here’s a nugget that I’m sure everyone will “get.” I had an appointment to get my teeth cleaned, x-rayed, and have a crumbling tooth checked out. I’m worried that… Read More ›
Seven good reads are still good reads!