Not just another cooking series: Kitchen Music is the programme where great musicians sing for their supper – and cook it as well!
Filmed in the kitchen at Temple Records studio in Scotland. The first few shows feature some of Scotland’s finest musicians who share their meals and music with you.
The first programme, . . . → Read More: Online Now: Kitchen Music: the television show where musicians sing for their supper (Press Release)
Kim Bates recommends Keogh’s Irish Pub at 141 Danforth Avenue Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
You couldn’t ask for better hosts than John Maxwell and Dora Koegh, of Dora Keogh’s Irish Pub. Both John and Dora make community building seem effortless, and have built the relatively new (circa 1997) pub into a hub for celebrating Irish culture . . . → Read More: Venue Recomendation: Keogh’s Irish Pub
<em>Wes Unruh wrote this review.</em>
“The sky above the port was the color of television, tuned to a dead channel.” — from <cite>Neuromancer</cite>
The future world of the Sprawl series is a world of crumbling governments supplanted by multinational corporations, a world where horses are extinct, where money stratifies people into a global caste system. . . . → Read More: Retro Review: William Gibson’s Sprawl Trilogy
‘The fiddle chased him and pounced, and then the two instruments rolled around like a pair of kittens playing with a catnip mouse. A flute joined in, and the ball of fur turned into rambunctious reel, one Brian had never heard before. And then the deep booming of the drum nipped one of them . . . → Read More: James Hetley’s Summer Country
I have two confessions to make. The first is that I am an audiobook addict. The second is that I really am a terrible reviewer. Sometimes I get lost in my work.
Many moons ago, my most feared and esteemed of overlords, Cat, the Grand Poobah and Chief Warlock of the Green Man Review, . . . → Read More: Graphic Audio: Movies in Your Mind