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A writer, movie junkie and political nerd. Basically anything that tells a good story is enthralling to me.

Book Review: ‘Cobweb Castle’ by Jan Wahl, Art by Edward Gorey

Text © Jan Wahl; Illustrations © The Edward Gorey Charitable Trust. All rights reserved.

Jan Wahl's story finds its perfect visual match with the odd stylings of Edward Gorey. Read More »

Music Review: RAC – ‘Strangers (Part 1)’


The first part of RAC's debut album is absolutely addicting. Read More »

App Review: Photofy


Not just another photo editor, this one goes beyond what your plain-jane offering can do. Read More »

Tech Review: iHome Ultra Slim Battery Case

iHome Ultra Slim Case

For pure functionality, you can't go wrong with the iHome Ultra Slim Battery Case. Read More »

Gadget Review: Aermate Wine Aerator


A guy who doesn't like wine much to begin with investigates the flavor claims of aeration. Read More »

Book Review – ‘The Betrayed Confidence Revisited’ by Edward Gorey

Images ©The Edward Gorey Charitable Trust. All rights reserved.

A wealth of work from this irregular and irreplaceable genius. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Runner’ by Patrick Lee


This is a story you can jump right back into without needing time to ramp back up. Read More »

Music Review: ‘Doctor Who – The 50th Anniversary Collection: Original Television Soundtrack’


This release chronicles choice pieces of score and musical interludes from the inception of the show to the most recent episode in the Matt Smith era. Read More »

Movie Review: ‘Dallas Buyers Club’


Dallas Buyers Club stands as a story of survival against all odds, interwoven with strong performances and strong opinions. Read More »

The 56th Grammy Awards – Music, Memories and Xanax


Get ready for a unique and extensive recap of the 2014 Grammy Awards, from the pre-show awards to the 21 televised performances and everything in between, from a genuine music enthusiast who saw it all in person. Read More »