I may have mentioned this before, but I love mystery. As a kid, most of the books I borrowed from the library or saved up my allowance for were about mysteries and the secret societies, clubs and gangs of kids who set out to solve them. 379 more words
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Cricket vs. Cricket
Cricket in India has turned out to be so much fun, more off the field lately than on.
It seems only yesterday when we were congratulating ourselves that under the Srinivasan period Indian cricket had become an adult finally and had joined the global capitalism of cricket. 272 more words
I’m currently listening to Neal Stephenson’s 1995 nano-tech bildungsroman on audiobook.
The story itself is incredible – wild, dense and visionary. But what makes the audiobook such a fantastic way to absorb the book is the performance of the reader, Jennifer Wiltsie. 68 more words
The Press and Journal has teamed up with the Archie Foundation and the Butterworth Gallery to give away some fantastic prizes. Over the next few months, renowned Scottish landscape artist Howard Butterworth will be ‘painting in fresh air’ and Press and Journal readers can win some of his artwork and play #FINDHOWARD. 423 more words
Be sure to RSVP soon if you would like to attend this event spots are filling up fast! All ages are welcome.
We are getting pretty excited about our murder mystery event happening in July if you are looking for a fun family end of summer event, RSVP to attend. 232 more words