Since winter decided to arrive early this year, it’s not too soon to take a look at skiing, snowboarding and tubing resorts and facilities in Ohio and nearby states. I had planned to do an overview of each, but the Plain Dealer published a comprehensive list in the paper several weeks.
Happy December, everyone! Finally, it's reached that time of year when we can justify lots of snow and cold weather. Not that I'm happy about it, though. The only thing I like about winter is an excuse to stay inside in my lounge clothes, reading a book and drinking hot chocolate. I don't do well with the cold.
Certain themes in contemporary news stories are as perplexing as they are prolific: Celebrities and violence, politicians and sex, athletes and drugs, corporate executives and corruption (or any combination of the above). Virtually always, the individuals at the center of these scandals are men. What drives these men to ultimate physical and professional self-destruction?
Artists’ Reflections on Nature and Art History in Popular Culture: Explore Hidden Symbols in Artwork
Let’s Talk Trending! Come and join us on Friday, December 5th in the craft room from 2-4 for Artists’ Reflections on Nature.
Teen angst. Hyperbolic journal entries. Cloying, sing-songy poetry. Arrogant, rambling job application letters.
Something is very wrong with Wayward Pines.
Secret service agent Ethan Burke arrives in bucolic Wayward Pines, Idaho, with a mission: locate and recover two federal agents who went missing one month earlier. But almost immediately, Ethan is involved in a violent accident. When he comes to he has, with no ID, no cell phone, and no briefcase.
When I'm looking for a new CD, a lot of times, I go with bands that have cool cover-art or unusual names. Does this qualify as judging a book by it's cover? Certainly. But, it also means that I find a lot of interesting music. In fact, that's how I found our first Artist of the Week.