Monthly Archives: July 2019

Thanks for August Book, Connie and Sue!

Wow, I finished reading The Extraordinary Life of Sam Hell, our summer book, and it was terrific!  It was just the novel that I was looking for at this point in time: great story, hard issues, entertaining characters, plus I … Continue reading

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Pauline Kael: A Life in the Dark, by Brian Kellow

When Tony and I were college students in the seventies we went to the movies at least three or four times a week. His involvement in both the Rhode Island College Board of Governors, which booked campus entertainment including film, … Continue reading

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