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The Magic of Love

I enjoyed the Harry Potter books, despite my being an adult when they were published. I was coaching middle school at the time, and I had young children. I got to see the books through their sees, and it was lovely. We were really talk about the word play in the books, and kids didn’t […]

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Recap: THE STAND S1E7 – “The Walk”

If you’d like to catch up on last week’s recap of Stephen King’s The Stand on CBS All Access before “The Walk, ” you can do so here. The cold open of “The Walk” imparts us back to the Trashcan Man( Ezra Miller ), who has showed a nuclear weapon silo. He cuts the warhead […]

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Glimpsing La Vièio ié Danso – “The Untouchable Wild Goddess” – in Jóusè d’Arbaud’s Beast of Vacarés by Joyce Zonana

Early in Jouse d’Arbaud’s 1926 Provencal novella, The Beast of Vacares, the narrator, a 15 th century gardian or bull herder, describes how in summer la Vieio ie danso–the Old Dancer — “can be glimpsed on the dazzle salt flats” that surrounding the Vacares lagoon in the Camargue part of Southern France. In a tone, […]

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7 Witchy Books and Tarot Decks Just In Time for Halloween

Everyone knows that I’m a bible and tarot deck devotee. Nothing makes me happier than curled-up with a great book or thumbing through an interesting tarot deck. With Halloween merely around the corner, I’m sharing my favorite new witchy diaries and tarot floors. Grab a mug of spiked perforate, and check out these drug recommendations! […]

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The International Brigades by Giles Tremlett review – fighting fascism in Spain

This overarching history of the Brigades who fought in the Spanish civil war is a impressive collection of testimonies and captivatingly readable “We shall not forget you, ” predicted the notorious Spanish communist and opera singer known as LaPasionaria, addressing the surviving International Brigades as they varied Barcelona in October 1938, with Franco’s victory in […]