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  • The Movie 2012 by J. J. Michael 11/30/2009 1:38:27 PM
    I finally got around to seeing the movie 2012. Sitting in the theater waiting for the movie to start, I pulled out my iPod touch and made short notes of all the things I knew was going to be wrong about this movie. For one, Hollywood had p... more

  • LAST NIGHT by John W Townsend 11/25/2009 1:28:52 AM
    Humphrey Lytleton memorial concert... more

  • New blog by Linda Newton Perry 11/22/2009 10:27:23 AM
    I'm so excited. I'm getting high speed internet. I can't wait. I'll have more time to do what I love, write. My new blog is on blogger.com. I'm still learning how it works. It would be good if you would go to my blog and be a follower. I look forward... more

  • Light At The End Of The Tunnel by Marsha Cook 11/13/2009 11:10:32 PM
    I watched the Oprah show tonight and I was so glad to see Stephanie Meyer's interview become a very positive training tool. Sucess stories like Stephanie Meyer's is the reason I keep repeating my message all the time. She wrote the Twilight Series. ... more

  • NEW YORK, NEW YORK PART VI (concluded) by Robert A. Mills 11/13/2009 3:07:08 PM
    Hard now to admit, I was not WVET-TV’s first choice to do the Sammy Davis, Jr. interview, but when their other “star” bowed out (griping all the way because they wouldn’t put him in a suite at the St. Regis,) I got the nod. Also, as I agreed to go b... more

  • Thames and Hudson Relaunches The Seventies by Frances Lynn 11/13/2009 8:28:37 AM
    Although Thames & Hudson published the meticulously researched 70s Style and Design book, its co-authors: journalist Dominic Lutyens (his next book out is on the textile designer Celia Birtwell for Quadrille Publishing) and Kirsty Hislop threw a... more

  • The Literary Community Unites To Promote A National Day of Reading by Cyrus Webb 11/12/2009 12:02:48 PM
    Earlier this year, ABC News reported that over 30 million Americans ages 16 and up were unable to read or write well. This proves what many have said for some time: Illiteracy is an epidemic that is spreading daily, claiming victims of all ages, nati... more

  • Classic Movie Posters by John Howard Reid 11/12/2009 12:04:36 AM
    My book, "Classic Movie Posters", is a must-have for all who admire Hollywood poster art in its vintage years, namely the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s. ... more

  • MARCUS BRYAN & ASSOCIATES INC has screenplays for review by Marsha Cook 11/11/2009 11:59:47 PM
    http://www.prlog.org/10410879-movie-scripts-available-for-review.html... more

  • DONNY & MARIE by John W Townsend 11/11/2009 12:49:18 PM
    Just been watching 8-9 pm UK ITV... more

  • NEW YORKM NEW YORK PART V (continued) by Robert A. Mills 11/9/2009 2:16:08 PM
    The Music Box, like most New York Broadway theaters, was not located on Broadway; it was on 45th Street, between Broadway and 8th Avenue. Not being a New Yorker, I never understood the difference between Broadway and off-Broadway. This is because m... more

  • NEW YORK, NEW YORK PART IV (continued) by Robert A. Mills 11/6/2009 1:26:06 PM
    During the halcyon days of local television, there was one assignment I particularly looked forward to: co-host and announcer on Pat Sumberg’s afternoon show, “Welcome Inn.” This was a half hour program on which we interviewed visiting celebriti... more

  • Urinating on Picture of Christ a Joke??? by Dana Reed 11/2/2009 6:41:56 AM
    How low do comedy writers have to go before they hit rock bottom? I ask because it seems they haven't reached that point yet.... more

  • A New Website! by Lisa Hilbers 10/29/2009 4:32:38 AM
    A website... more

  • Day of the Dead Inspired Art Show by Frances Lynn 10/27/2009 6:00:46 AM
    I schlepped along to the "Mencap Dia de los Muertos" preview at the Proud Gallery in order to support Joanna Jacobs, who's got a Mixed media 'artwork' in the show. Joanna, daughter of the veteran disk jockey David Jacobs, and the ex of ('Ain't Misbeh... more

  • NEW YORK, NEW YORK! IT’S A WONDERFUL . . . by Robert A. Mills 10/26/2009 1:52:26 PM
    I think I was twenty-five the first time I saw New York City. It was late September, the weather was comfortable and mellow, and I embarked on a mission to see my two show business aunts and interview Sammy Davis, Jr. New York Central’s Emp... more

  • Christmas Book Sale by M W McKenney 10/26/2009 4:40:51 AM
    Books on sale for Christmas... more

  • All in a Ball by Linda Newton Perry 10/25/2009 7:56:18 PM
    I've drawn and painted an illustration of the naked chimp I told you about in my last blog. It falls short of the impact the photo makes, but it is the best I can do. Also, I've written a simple poem to go with it. To see the illustration g... more

  • My Photography by Lisa Hilbers 10/25/2009 4:34:59 AM
    Well I just wanted to share my news and say Good Morning. All have a wonderful Sunday and just sit back and relax a bit, afterall, the weeks work is done. ... more

  • Gentlemen's Clothes Shop Makes Bespoke Coats For Women by Frances Lynn 10/23/2009 6:53:43 AM
    Girls! Offer to escort your sugar daddies when they go shopping at New and Lingwood, the 'world-renowned' menswear company. They make the school outfits for Eton's pupils, so that's why their international clientele includes Old Etonians besides... more

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