Category Archives: Art | Film | Music

To Kill the Duke

Having recently finished reading the fictional story “To Kill the Duke” by author Sam Moffie I can safely say this book truly gave me a “unique” look back in time to the 1950s as well as an “interesting” perspective of Joseph Stalin. While I wasn’t riveted to my seat and biting my fingernails as I …

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Just a Few Seconds: A Story from the Hidden World of Music and Beyond

“…I would forever be at the mercy of my dreams.  It is a shame however that dreamers are generally looked down on by society and that there is only one word for two different kinds of dreamer.  There are the passive dreamers who sit on their backsides and do very little to follow those dreams …

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21st Century Great Global Depression: The Perfect Economic Storm

"21st Century Great Global Depression,"  just like the name implies, is intended to scare the reader about the apocalyptical economic crash, which would be inevitable unless urgent action is taken by the American society. Starting off with a recap of the recent economic crisis, which is still taking place and has taken a major toll …

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The Beatles Discography: Volume One – The 60’s

What a curious volume! This book is an album of complete Beatles’ discography from 1960s. Album covers from all over the world, every single one ever created during a decade. This is the first volume in a series, with more on the way. It is an absolute must-have for devoted Beatles fans and collectors, especially …

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Book Review: For the Love of Art: A Collection of Artistic Inspiration by Roma Bogard

“For the Love of Art” is meant to inspire the reader to be creative and artistic, and try out creating some kind of art. The author says that everyone has a creative side and just needs to stimulate it. The reader is encouraged to try out things that may seem out-of-ordinary at first. It is …

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Book Review: The Art of Everyday Joe: A Collector’s Journal by Michael K. Corbin

“The Art of Everyday Joe: A Collector’s Journal” by Michael K. Corbinis a very down-to-earth book about contemporary art. I by no means consider myself to be an artist. I am also not an art collector, unless you count collecting the masterpieces that my children paint. However, I do enjoy looking at art. My sons …

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Book Review: Railroad 1869: Along the Historic Union Pacific by Eugene Arundel Miller

“Railroad 1869: Along the Historic Union Pacific” is written by Eugene Arundel Miller who “is the youngest grandson of Arundel C. Hull one of the earliest photographers along the route of the transcontinental railroad. Miller inherited Hull’s collection of photographs and with maps in hand he retraced the entire route of the Union Pacific. Along …

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Book Review: The Great Funk: Styles of the Shaggy, Sexy, Shameless 1970s by Thomas Hine

Over the past two years, 13 people have gone “missing” from cruise ships.  Most of these cases turn out to be suicides; however, with a staggering 20 million passengers during that time period, thirteen hardly seems like a large amount.  Without a crime scene, body, or witnesses, how could someone ever know whether it was …

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