Amazon Prime streaming brought me Bob Dylan’s latest songbook, Fallen Angels. I flashed immediately to 1978 and Willie Nelson’s Stardust. I don’t know if Willie’s was the first cross-over standards treatment, but it was my first. Willie and Dylan (funny how I think of them, firstName, lastName) both come from the tortured-not-pretty-voice side of musical stardom. Both have […]
I was looking for something to read, so I asked on Facebook. My genre request: science fiction / speculative fiction / mystery. But no vampires, unicorns or heavy dystopian books, because I had a migraine. However, there is horror, darkness, and fantasy in this list. As well as some books that don’t fit these three genres. […]
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It’s election day, and I created another short for King County Elections. This is turning into a “thing” of sorts. Certainly, it forces me to do something that I have less training and experience in, compared to writing.
“Michael, the Dred Scott decision of 1857 still remains to this day the law of the land, which says that black people aren’t fully human,” [Presidential Candidate and Former Arkansas Governor Mike] Huckabee told radio show host Michael Medved. NO, it’s NOT the “law of the land.”
For this milestone birthday, Mike and I set out on a motorcycle trip to Alaska. Very little of that initial plan came to pass, starting with the cancellation of our ferry from Bellingham, WA to Haines, AK three days before we were to depart! The story is on my travel site: travel.kegill.com