If there had been no iceberg in its path 98 years ago, we likely would hardly even remember the name Titanic. But there was, and we do. Some of us maybe think of it more than others, but it’s forever in our history as the ship that couldn’t sink, but… Continue reading
One of my headaches. I say that. One of my not a. Maybe I’m just so familiar with them, they’ve been with me off and on for so long, they feel like part of the family, mine. Or maybe it’s because by possessing them, making them my own in some… Continue reading
Someone asked me the other day why I choose to write about both serious and silly things. A lot of blogs have a more specific focus. I guess for me, I find myself wanting the variety. I want the balance that I seek in life to be reflected in this… Continue reading
How about a movie to go with that dinner yesterday? A digital dessert of sorts. While not organic, they all do feature living, breathing, organic beings, aka us humans. So with that in mind, here are a few movies available on DVD that may be a little less well known, but that are all among my personal favourites. Continue reading
There is perhaps nothing more subjective than art in its many forms. Two people can look or listen to the same thing, and see or hear a completely different thing. Thankfully, we each get to have our own artistic favourites.
One that I have held dear since I first heard it a few years ago, is Opera Australia’s 1993 production of La Boheme, directed by Baz Luhrmann. Starring David Hobson and Cheryl Barker, it was recorded live and is available on DVD. Continue reading
If you’ve been here in the last couple of days you’ve likely noticed a lot of different blog format changes, not to mention times when the blog wasn’t even accessible. The feature and design changes I originally spoke of sort of took on a life of their own. One planned… Continue reading