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Movie Review: Midnight in Paris

Movie Review: Midnight in Paris

Question: Have you ever gone to a film reluctantly? A lot of times you think the movie isn’t your cup of tea, right? I had to use that expression because my mother wanted to go see the latest Owen Wilson film because she likes him. Yes, my mouth dropped open when she said that. My mom […]

By January 9, 2012 10 Comments Read More →
Self-Publish or Perish; a Writer’s Perspective on Self-Publishing

Self-Publish or Perish; a Writer’s Perspective on Self-Publishing

In this interview Julian Gallo talks about self-publishing as way to reach an audience and about the perceptions of others towards a publishing route that has its fair share of advocates and critics. Four years ago I interviewed New York writer Arthur Nersesian for the Turnrow Literary Journal. Nersesian self-published his first book The Fuck-Up […]

A Travel Guide to Lane County Oregon

A Travel Guide to Lane County Oregon

Come for the beauty, stay for a great time, but bring lots of cash! Lane County Oregon USA stretching from the Pacific Ocean, to the snow capped Cascade Mountains, a forested wonderland at the southern end of the Willamette Valley. One of Lane County’s main attractions is the city of Springfield. Springfield has beautiful parks […]

Movie Review: Certified Copy

Movie Review: Certified Copy

Question: Do you ever find it hard not to relate to or be affected by a film? I do, all the time. Some make me laugh and I will randomly giggle when thinking about certain moments of the story. Some make me cry and I will shed a tear if I allow any memories in. […]

By January 5, 2012 6 Comments Read More →
Movie Review: Cave of Forgotten Dreams

Movie Review: Cave of Forgotten Dreams

Well, it’s the beginning of a new year and it’s time to look back and reflect, so why not watch a documentary on cave paintings that are 35,000 years old? I am serious. Well, I watched Werner Herogz’s film, Cave of Forgotten Dreams, about the discovery of the oldest and best preserved cave paintings: Chauvet-Pont-d’Arc Caves and really enjoyed […]

By January 2, 2012 7 Comments Read More →
Friday On Friday Interview: Adnan Ghalib

Friday On Friday Interview: Adnan Ghalib

[subscribe2]Famed paparazzo Adnan Ghalib did not sit down for an exclusive interview with Bill Friday. Well, he may have been sitting, but we know that Bill Friday wasn’t there. [click here for exclusive “true” content from TV’s “The Insider”… Adnan Ghalib: The Insider Exclusive Interview]   BILL FRIDAY: Adnan, welcome. ADNAN GHALIB: Thank you so much […]

By January 1, 2012 6 Comments Read More →
Review of   ‘The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo’

Review of ‘The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo’

This is my first venture into reviewing a movie.  To give you a little inkling of what meager credentials I bring to this endeavor.   I read close to 4 to 8 books a month. I read 6 newspapers, such as Denver Post, New York Times, San Jose Mercury News, Al Jazeer, BBC and CNN on-line […]

By December 29, 2011 4 Comments Read More →
One year and counting…

One year and counting…

WOW! I can’t believe a year ago today I started reviewing movies. And what a year it’s been. Many may not know that this was just supposed to be an experiment – a learning tool for me. I was not planning on becoming a movie reviewer at all. In fact I wanted to change careers […]

By December 29, 2011 10 Comments Read More →
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