Zelda, Almost Home

The premise for the short film Zelda, Almost Home became quite simple: Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald, born in Montgomery, Alabama in 1900, lived a wild and tumultuous life with the author of The Great Gatsby, F. Scott Fitzgerald, whom she met in 1918. What if she came back today as a ghost? The inspiration to shoot Zelda,

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The Haley Buggin’ Guitar Riff Ditty

The Haley Buggin’ Guitar Riff Ditty Guitar riffs. We hear them and they earworm their way into our consciousness and then burrow in for a long stay. Last night about 8 p.m. I downloaded an app to tune my guitars and one for my mandolin. I never got to the mandolin. I tuned the guitar

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Go See War Room Movie

Go See War Room Movie Friday I read some of the professional critics’ review of the latest Kendrick Brother’s movie, War Room.  They didn’t like it. They said it was too contrived, wouldn’t reach non-believers and wouldn’t do much for the home Jesus crowd either. I almost listened to them. I’m glad I didn’t. Plot

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The Day After The Snowden Interview

The Day After The Snowden Interview Like many Americans, I watched the NBC hourlong show about Brian Williams‘ interview of Edward J. Snowden from last week in Moscow with great intrigue. For almost a year now, we’ve heard him being defined by others (In public relations and political campaigns that’s something you never want to

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My Thanksgiving Wishes

My Thanksgiving Wishes “Strange, isn’t it? Each man’s life touches so many other lives. When he isn’t around he leaves an awful hole, doesn’t he?   “Dear George, remember no man is a failure who has friends.” You may recognize those lines from Clarence Oddbody in It’s A Wonderful Life. I add them to the

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