Photo by Malonda Hutson, courtesy of The Elders My all-time favorite band is coming to Loveland next Thursday, July 10th. The Elders will also be playing at the First Annual Fort Collins Irish Festival on August 2-3. Read my recently published article about The Elders: HERE.
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Just posted! Read my review of Get Smart, here.
The British Bulldog, 2053 Stout, Denver, Colorado Soccer fans listen up! Need a place to watch the match? Look no further. New review of this authentic British pub, located in Denver, posted here.
My review of The Incredible Hulk is now published under Movie Reviews. Find out of the green monster is worth spending some of your green.
I have recently added this establishment to my Blog Roll. It’s called the Lyric Cinema Cafe and it is located at 300 E. Mountain Ave. in Fort Collins, Colorado. I am currently writing an article about this cinema for the Berthoud Weekly Surveyor and will post it here when it runs. This cinema shows great artistic movies you will not be able to find anywhere else in Northern Colorado. The
By T.C. Boyle This book was a gift from my husband. He knew nothing about the book, but he knows I enjoyed books about Alaska and books about weird cultish groups so he thought I might enjoy Drop City. He was right, yet the book does not hold a place on my list of favorites. I had not read any books by author T.C. Boyle and at first his
My review of the movie The Incredible Hulk and my review of the novel Drop City, by T.C. Boyle. Plus, a trip review of Saratoga, Wyoming and Buena Vista, Colorado. Stay tuned and look alive!
I encourage everyone to see this documentary. Read why here: Young@Heart
by Carolyn Parkhurst Paul comes home to find his wife, Lexy, is dead. She has fallen from a 25-foot apple tree in their backyard; the only witness is their dog, Lorelei. The police rule the death an accident, but why Lexy had climbed the tree is a mystery. As far as Paul knows she had never climbed the tree before, or any other tree. Paul becomes obsessed with finding out