- Archikulture Digest
- November 16, 2019
Eight new plays draw raucous laughter in this season’s version of Play De Luna.
Issues. Review by Kyrby Raine.
Route 23 (Yep Roc). Review by Tim Wardyn.
The protagonist of Small Town Odds is stuck in rural West Virginia, his dreams of college faded, working two jobs, caring for his daughter, drinking too much, and of course, dealing with the prospects of romance. For readers like Joe Frietze who’ve paid their dues to Small Town America, Jason Headley’s debut novel will strike more than one familiar chord.
WQOTD – posted by James Mann on July 10, 2006 07:19
Go Paul go – posted by James Mann on July 10, 2006 07:06
Ticketmaster, test your site – posted by James Mann on July 10, 2006 06:44
Tan, rested and ready, Superman flies onto the big screen once more. Rob Levy dutifully points to the heavens and knows the words by heart: “Look, up in the sky….”
Carl F Gauze heartily recommends this specialized travel book about the Transcendentalist movement and the Boston area. He doesn’t mention, though, if they’ve set up a breakfast nook in Thoreau’s old jail cell from Civil Disobedience.
Wave that flag… – posted by James Mann on July 07, 2006 07:07
Too late, King George – posted by James Mann on July 07, 2006 07:01
Bye Bye Johnny – posted by James Mann on July 07, 2006 06:42
It’s a cross breed of new wave and metal fronted by a badass former Lunachick. Theo & the Skyscrapers make a Sunday night in Orlando an event for Jen Cray and the rest of the audience.
Unshattered (Viastar). Review by Matthew Damascus.
Washington State (Automatic Earth Recordings). Review by Kyrby Raine.
All the Walls (Crazy River Records). Review by Tim Wardyn.
Gather Up (Mouse In The Moon/Big Helium). Review by Andrew Ellis.
Crazy crank copies columns? – posted by James Mann on July 06, 2006 06:55
Testify H.L! – posted by James Mann on July 06, 2006 06:48
In case we forgot… – posted by James Mann on July 06, 2006 06:46
Though you usually should be worried about a review that starts with, “I am SO glad this movie didn’t suck,” Carl F Gauze is actually quite taken with this big screen version of Garrison Keillor’s timeless radio show.