The Best and Worst of GCB

The Best and Worst of GCB

My love for GCB as a TV series remains as devout as my own family’s motivation to undermine everything that I hold dear, so, you know, this is serious business. On top of that, it features an ensemble cast of many familiar faces. The amazing Kristin Chenowoth: Annie Potts from Designing Women, and Ghostbusters film … Continue reading

Reflections On: Greater Ashmont Main Street, 2017

Reflections On: Greater Ashmont Main Street, 2017

This past Summer and Fall I volunteered with Greater Ashmont Main Street, mainly for their Farmer’s Market. I frequently attended the Summer Coffee Hours hosted by Greater Ashmont Main Street, and, as you can see, my arms are crossed. This is pretty signficant, as according to Westside Toastmasters‘ Book of Body Language, Chapter 4: Why … Continue reading

Reflections On: Boston Pride, 2017

Reflections On: Boston Pride, 2017

One of the greatest pleasure is every year having a part of the Boston Pride celebrations, as I did in 2012, 2014, and 2015. It is a wonderful thing to do every year! As usual, though there are certain events that strike greatly with me, such as the Political Forum held at the Edward M. … Continue reading

On Can’t Hardly Wait

On Can’t Hardly Wait

Featuring Lauren Ambrose (In & Out, Torchwood: Miracle Day), Seth Green (Heroes, Austin Powers film series, Idle Hands, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel), Clea DuVall (She’s All That, But I’m a Cheerleader, The Faculty), Donald Faison (Clueless), Selma Blair (In & Out, Cruel Intentions, Legally Blonde), Nicole Bilderback (Bring It On!, Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Leslie Grossman (Popular!, What I Like About You), Sara Rue (Pearl … Continue reading

The Best and Worst of Heroes: Volume III – Villains

The Best and Worst of Heroes: Volume III – Villains

For previous installments: Heroes (Reborn): Volume VI – Awakening Volume V – Redemption Volume IV – Fugitives   Villains is a considerably clunky volume being only slightly better than Generations. I  honestly could barely handle getting through watching this one. The main foe this volume is none other than Arthur Petrelli, who isn’t much a great … Continue reading