The Dead Don’t Die: Observations from the Theater

An Irish illustrator, John Rooney, sent me his work on “The Films of Bill Murray.” Since I just took myself to see “The Dead Don’t Die” in Chicago at the AMC Theater, I told him I’d run his artwork with a few observations about the film. It’s not really a “review,” but simply some observations after […]
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Sarah Huckabee Sanders to Leave White House Post

OPEN ON C-SPAN LOGO OVER CAPITOL: ANNCR. V.O.: Earlier today former White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders testified before the House Special Committee on Impeachment. Ms. Sanders was questioned by Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler of New York about various statements she has made to the media that she later acknowledged were not true. FADE […]
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My Paul McCartney Concert Experiences To Date

My first “live” Paul McCartney concert experience was in 1965 at the San Francisco Cow Palace when he played and sang with a little group called the Beatles. My boyfriend of the time and I had cut class  at Berkeley and drove up on his purple Czechoslovokian motorcyle. We had no tickets. We got there […]
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Warning Re War with Iran: Congress Must Decide

Here’s the quote for the day:  “Now is not the time to trust an untrustworthy Administration. But now is exactly the time for Congress to reassert its constitutional authority.” (“Time” columnist David French on p. 32 of the June 3-10, 2019 issue). You may think I’m referencing the recent decision by the House to issue […]
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My Twitter Conversation with a Twitter Twit

Hi there! Let’s go through a few questions so I can make sure to get the right information to our support team. First, select the issue you need help with from the list below.  Report this message sent from Twitter SupportDelete this message sent from Twitter Support Apr 23 I got a bill for $99 […]
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Samsung Television Bites the Dust; We Hit the Road

So, our 17-year-old Samsung television has developed an annoying habit of flickering as though the vertical hold has gone out on a TV, circa 1950. Remember when you used to call the television repairman to come fix this annoying glitch, and, as soon as he would arrive, the TV set would be fine?   At […]
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Fourth-graders Ava & Elise Wilson Report on the Eiffel Tower from Paris

My twin granddaughters, Ava (the brunette) and Elise (the blonde) were with Mom and Dad in England and France this past week. True, they missed one week of fourth grade in Austin, Texas, but who among you would say they would have learned more during the last week of school at Baranoff Elementary than they […]
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Doris Day (My Doppelganger?) Dead at 97

A few days ago (May 13th), Doris Day shuffled off this mortal coil at the ripe old age of 97. I remember her well from movies like “Pillow Talk,” with Rock Hudson (one of her best) and—when I was a young college girl, working as a waitress at Armstrong’s Department Store Cafe in downtown Cedar […]
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Connie (Corcoran) Wilson Presented with the Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award (Who’s Who)

  EAST MOLINE, IL, May 17, 2019, Marquis Who’s Who, the world’s premier publisher of biographical profiles, is proud to present Connie Corcoran Wilson with the Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award. An accomplished listee, Ms. Wilson celebrates many years’ experience in her professional network, and has been noted for achievements, leadership qualities, and the […]
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Beto O’Rourke Speaks in Davenport at the River Music Experience on May 20, 2019

Beto O’Rourke, potential Democratic presidential nominee, came to Davenport (IA) on May 20, 2019, and spoke to a crowd of about 200 enthusiastic supporters at the River Music Experience. Introduced by former Iowa Congresswoman  Alesia Gaiman, Beto entered, stage left. He may have thanked her with a wrong first name (sounded like a different first […]
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Bill Duke: An Autobiography Worth Reading

Bill Duke: My 40-year Career On Screen and Behind the Camera Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield, 193 pages, plus index and photographs (15 pages) Amazon: Print – $16.47. E-book: $13.99.   Bill Duke, with his 62 directorial credits, 17 as a producer, and 4 as a writer, is a face on the screen that movie-goers have […]
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LadyBird Johnson Wildflower Center in Austin (TX) Alive in Spring

The Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center is dedicated to inspiring the conservation of native plants.  All of the gardens feature plants native to Texas, from the mountains in the West to the Gulf Coast.  The practices focus on conserving resources, providing wildlife habitat, protecting native plants and creating a sense of place. This is the […]
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Cancun, Mexico on April 19th: Vacation Pictures

We’ve been here in Cancun, Mexico, since April 6th. In that time, we have watched Notre Dame burn down, eaten at fine restaurants, and had great times with good friends and family. One of the nicest places we dined was Harry’s, although Captain’s Cove is a long-time favorite. We have been coming to Cancun at […]
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View From Atop Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, France, Pre-Fire

The world has reacted as you would have expected to the news that Notre Dame Cathedral was on fire. There was shock, sadness and, ultimately, a desire to help rebuild. I read that Salma Hayek’s billionaire husband has pledged $139 million dollars to the reconstruction efforts. Observers on the ground commented on the steeples that […]
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Cathedral of Notre Dame Pictures Depicting The View from the Top

I promised to post pictures that my good friend (and former college roommate) Pam Rhodes took within Notre Dame Cathedral and from the uppermost levels of Notre Dame Cathedral when she was there studying in 2007. I can’t imagine that the gargoyles of Notre Dame Cathedral depicted and the view from the top-most parapets will […]
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