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Baker St. Pub & Grill, Fort Worth

My little sis is somewhat, well, obsessed with all things Sherlock. So when she and my mom were out for the weekend, we decided to finally try the Baker Street Pub & Grill on Camp Bowie. First important thing to … Continue reading

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Movie one liners

A surprisingly moving docu-drama based on the final days of Jim Jones’ and his followers. It really bothers me that I never knew that it was as much murder as mass suicide. Very, very sad, but informative.  Jonestown: Paradise Lost … Continue reading

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Inside Llewyn Davis, 2013

Inside Llewyn Davis was a darkly funny movie, dark enough that you aren’t entirely sure you’re supposed to be laughing, but you think you are because Justin Timberlake is being kind of over-the-top. My mood during watching is summed up pretty … Continue reading

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The Interestings, by Meg Wolitzer

The Interestings, by Meg Wolizter Our latest book club selection was The Interestings, by Meg Wolitzer, the story of a group of friends that meet at a summer art camp and the directions their lives go as they mature and … Continue reading

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Cancun Mexican Restaurant, Fort Worth TX

Sigh. C and I went to this little Mexican restaurant in West Fort Worth on Camp Bowie. It’s close to home, got mixed reviews but enough positive ones to be worth trying, and we really like to find local businesses … Continue reading

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Michael Crichton book reviews

I’ve been on a Michael Crichton kick lately, and thought I’d group all my reviews together (except for Congo, which I read a couple of months ago.)  To continue with the man vs. nature theme: Sphere – a pretty fast paced, some times … Continue reading

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The Goldfinch, by Donna Tartt

(note: this review is fairly spoiler free, fairly) So, I’ve been reading The Goldfinch for what feels like nigh unto eternity.  Rather than review it, I’ve decided to present my notes here, a la Live Tweet Style: – Why is … Continue reading

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