I decided last month to create a monthly post highlighting a few stories that begged sharing and remembering. Here are just a few from April. Hometown Mural – Pittsburg is packed with quirky personality. I was driving down Broadway the other day and noticed this mural for the first time. Apparently its been up for months without my… Continue reading The Story Shelf: April/2016
Like the growl for pad thai or blood orange gelato, sometimes I get hungry for a good story. Usually this craving happens when too much busy bullies up against my soul. I want nothing more than to settle into a darkened theater, crack open a thick novel or call up a friend for coffee, to gorge on… Continue reading The Story Shelf: 3/2016
A miracle has happened for the second time. Todd and I have dialed in on a TV series that we both enjoy. At the same time. This may be overstating miracle status, but still, when most forms of entertainment require one of us to take one for the team, I get fairly excited. What I’m… Continue reading Thank You, Madam
Tick, tick, tick, tick. As a kid, when we heard the news program 60 minutes stopwatch ticking, the TV fun was over. It was the signal to go find something to play outside. Booorrringgggg…. Well, funny thing has happened. I’m addicted. To the 60 minutes podcasts at least, which I discovered last month while searching around… Continue reading 60 minutes
Those Brits really know how to write and produce for the telly. For a story lover like me, the BBC and NETFLIX make me happy, happy, happy. Everybody knows and loves Downton Abbey. It’s more than awesome and I was so sad when the last episode aired this past season. To fill the gap until… Continue reading The BBC Rocks!