Michael’s music is not just a good time in a club. It’s not just a soundtrack to some great childhood memories. It’s the evidence that a great artist can do anything.
I had a conversation the other day with a group of die-hard newspaper subscription holders. They were around my parents’ ages, but they were also computer savvy. But they were concerned at how the paper was shrinking, and about different newsgroups going out of business. One told me her friend’s daughter – a journalism major … Continue reading What happens if true journalism dies?
Spotted yesterday about 1:50 pm: No Limit Larry from Charlotte’s Power 98 Where: Subway at the corner of Mt. Holly-Huntersville and Brookshire Freeway Doing what: Ordering a footlong sub and humming along to “Day and Night” by Kid Cudi.
Thank goodness AIG execs are starting to acquire a little common sense and give back the bonuses. Who do they think they are anyway?
When I pick up a book from the library or bookstore and read the back cover, I get intrigued by the plot of the story. But before I make that selection, I open to the middle of the book and read a couple of pages. If my skin starts to crawl, it’s over. The book … Continue reading Good storytelling, bad writing
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