While the language used in the appreciation’s writing is somewhat stilted due to its age, it does serve as a brief introduction to Poe and some of his works…. While you can click the link below to investigate the details, basically you can listen to it and copy it as you like – you just can’t use it commercially or derive works from it. . . . → Read More: Edgar Allan Poe: An Appreciation
A while back I took a snapshot of my morning schedule – getting myself and all the critters ready for work. While the distribution of critters has changed a little since then, the essence of the schedule still holds to explain why I may appear a bit disheveled in the mornings. . . . → Read More: What’s That on Your Shirt?
From an announcement on the upcoming collected edition: This Fall, Silent Devil will unleash the Viking epic Runes of Ragnan in a collected edition containing the complete four-issue mini-series…. Joe, In The Blood, FUSED!), with colors by Jay Fotos (Spawn: The Dark Ages, Vampirella, The Nail), the collected edition will include a 5-page prequel, an exclusive short story with visuals by Bud Cook, contest winning artwork, and a behind the scenes feature. . . . → Read More: Review: Perilous Realms and Runic Myths
So I go down to feed the cats last night, and here’s what I see: Wait a minute! That’s not a cat: What do you do when a guest won’t leave?! . . . → Read More: What a Funny Looking Cat
While I would prefer longer sessions, the one-hour class, once a week, for eight weeks in the beginner’s course is probably just right for those new to fencing and martial arts. If you are at all interested in fencing (classical or sport), or western martial arts, or just want something to do that is a little more sophisticated than basketball or listening to your iPod, then you should come out to Salle Green. . . . → Read More: Fencing in Virginia