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reviewed Middle Cyclone by Neko Case. May 07, 2009
Neko Case's Middle Cyclone
I love her sound and this new album is no exception.  I saw the first date of this tour too and it came across beautifully.  Her songs are great, her voice is wonderful, the total package.
reviewed Inhale with Steve Ross (Yoga). May 05, 2009
Inhale with Steve Ross
This is my favorite, favorite yoga program on TV.  It's intense enough to still kick my butt even after dedicated practice of several years.  It's lively enough not to get boring.  It's …
reviewed Green Pans. May 05, 2009
Green Pans
I bought a whole set of these at a clearance sale a few months ago.  I had wanted to get rid of my teflon pans for a while but am a total mess when it comes to cooking without them.  The Green …
reviewed A Golden Age by Tahmima Anam. May 05, 2009
Anam's A Golden Age
Listening to books has pros and cons for me lately. The sound of the book was wonderful - the characters really come to life and the atmosphere was rich. But because I don't have large dedicated chunks …
reviewed State of Play. May 05, 2009
State of Play
I very much enjoyed this movie.  Something about the inherent drama of the newsroom really set the stage.  The current day tie ins (insider politics, corporate conspiracies not to mention the …
reviewed Then We Came to the End. May 04, 2009
Ferris' Then We Came To the End
This was a pretty funny book and I enjoyed it a lot (although in the spirit of full disclosure there is some foul language to move through). The narrator's omniscient "we" got a little annoying from …
The Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make a
I had read this book in 2005, but still found it completely fascinating a second time. I think the concepts he presents are so interesting and the anecdotes he uses are equally compelling. I also enjoyed …
Suite Française by Irène Némirovsky
Such a beautiful book, full of so much humanity. I've read more than a handful of WWII books, but most were focused on the Holocaust - reading about the German occupation of France was new territory for …
Armstrong The Bible: A Biography
This was a tough book for me to get through despite it's slim size. A good portion of it went over my head - not sure if it was the way she approached the subject or if I just didn't have my head in …
reviewed Lost. May 04, 2009
Lost
I watched this show faithfully from episode one, but found myself getting more and more exasperated as the plot continued to wind around itself.  I gave up in Spring 2008 and really haven't looked …
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I completely loved this book. It was totally engaging and readable, but really informative as well (in a nice palatable narrative kind of way). I think it's overly easy to ignore the issue of low wage …
reviewed The Chosen. May 04, 2009
The Chosen
I can't remember how many times I've read this book but I love it every time. The characters are wonderful and engaging and have such lessons to teach. Potok makes it all seem so effortless. On this …
reviewed Unaccustomed Earth. May 04, 2009
Unaccustomed Earth
I totally loved this book - tried my hardest to read it slow but when I would pick it up I got completely caught up in the stories. I didn't think I was much a one for short stories. In fact, I didn't …
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