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Monthly Archives: September 2015
I was recently at the Toledo Art Museum with my always willing mother when we encountered this artifact. We stared at it for a few moments–what my mom was thinking I’ll never know–when it struck me. I exclaimed out loud … Continue reading
Band: Miles Davis Miles Davis Without a doubt Jazz is America’s best gift to the world as far as music is concerned, with blues a close second. Both came out of the African American community at a time when Jim … Continue reading
So for anyone new to this blog you might have noticed a few movie reviews and an article and might be thinking I’ve kept up this blog regularly. I haven’t. In fact, I’ve written exactly two (maybe three) articles for … Continue reading
Band: One Republic Dir. ? One area of pop art that often goes uncritiqued is the music video, a genre that champions style and eschews narrative. Essentially, it’s video art combined with sound, often having very little in common with … Continue reading
Dir. Joel Schumacher / Wri. Ebbe Roe Smith On its surface, Falling Down is a hard look at two characters dealing with pressures that can only be described as white men problems. It wants to be a serious character study … Continue reading
Dir. Fran Rubel Kuzui / Wri. Joss Whedon Before there was the TV show Buffy the Vampire Slayer, there was the eponymous movie. Written by the show’s creator Joss Whedon, the film was a modest hit but received lukewarm reviews, or … Continue reading