Friend Mouse has left the coast of Maine for the mountains of Utah where she is busy skiing, hiking, snowshoeing, mountain-biking, drinking 3.2 beer and working her way through a huge movie queue during her rare indoors moments. Her own blog, www.friendmouse.blogspot.com, has suffered slightly due to all the good weather in the high desert.
A compelling novel of displacement, poverty, war, and the quest for personal peace.
A satirical look at Aspen reaches for the upper elevations but falls slightly short under its own unwieldiness.
A look inside the revolution, tea-cosies and all. As relevant and compelling as when it was first published.
An adaptation of the eponymous novel, this passionate production offers a glimpse into madness and love turned to ruin.
Are the greatest artists visionaries or lunatics? The answer, according to this fine novel, is an emphatic “yes!”
Rife with missed opportunities, this movie misses the mark.
This is no frilly urban fantasy: this is a 300-page poem about bloodthirsty noir werewolves.
A fascinating investigation into one of the most deadly and talked about seasons on the world's highest mountain.
ABC Family's Greek is a cute, funny and surprisingly adult peek into the social lives of collegiate Greeks. Toga! Toga!
Rum. The very word conjures up visions of beaches, wam breezes, and frothy blender drinks.