That will happen in every Jack Reacher novel.
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We don’t watch a whole lot of TV, so the things we pick are carefully selected and we set aside the time to follow the smart shows. Here are some reviews of what’s on now.
Are awesome fun. Like salted peanuts or something I keep gulping them down.
A longish rundown of a bunch of music sharing and download sites around the Internet. Please comment, and feel free to add your own suggestions and sources.
This one’s all about legal sites; so please, no LimeWire!
On PBS the next two Sunday nights. Capsule review? Watch it. Great writing, casting, acting, sets, even lighting. But especially writing.
Working through my Big Box Of Stravinsky, I came across the 1959 recording of Les Noces, with an unusual A-team roster of performers.
It was so sad, yet I couldn’t tear myself away. I had to watch, like a rubbernecker passing a fatal highway accident.
Who are these leftover ’60s guys in the temple wearing pink turbans?
It’s always amazing-slash-disappointing to us to see the poor turnout at SOPAC. Tonight they had pianist Jeremy Denk doing Schumann and Bach to a half-empty house. Denk may not be a household name, but he sure is good enough.
We knew we were on the right track when the first thing we saw walking in the door of Tricia’s ceramics show was this one, the pileated woodpecker, exactly what we saw in the Great Swamp a couple of days before.
Is this trip really necessary? The “Terminator” franchise is a great example of a sci-fi mythology, and mining its veins of self-reference and historical paradoxes has been a rewarding enterprise for most (though not all) of the movies, as well as the “Chronicles” TV series. But generally, you want to …