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TV Tropes: Optimistic Ladies

Yesterday I wrote a post about Brooklyn Nine Nine and mentioned how glad I was to have it in the wake of Parks and Recreation… 893 more words

Parks And Recreation

Chris Pratt Gives Acting Advice While Drunk

Chris Pratt Giving Acting Advice While Drunk Is Like #ParksandRec's Andy Dwyer In Everyday Life http://t.co/3Y1iGqCEpF via @bustle

— Allyson Koerner (@AllysonKoerner) May 21, 2015

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Pier Park Pool, 1941

Pier Park pool, June 25, 1941. The back of the image states, “These bathing beauties of the St. Johns district were among the hundreds of persons who jammed Pier park pool Monday afternoon when most of the city tanks were closed for cleaning and refilling.” 19 more words


Comedy is Better This Week, Fact

You may already know my feelings on Community. If not, here it goes in 6 words.

Once brilliant, then awful, now tired.

I’ll also give the same treatment to Parks and Recreation. 294 more words


On Letterman, a very "Late Show", and the noble endings of numerous things

“It’s beginning to look like I’m not going to get The Tonight Show…”

Among a handful of standard, fallback jokes for the (temporarily) floundering late night talk show host – at least for as long as I’ve observed the form – is some variation of the following: any viewer who is still up and watching TV at this ungodly hour of the night has to have at least a little something wrong with him/her. 2,972 more words


TV Obituaries: Shows we lost this year

May is a rough time of year for TV fans. May Sweeps brings with it hook-ups and weddings and deaths, but it also brings a slew of cancellations. 902 more words

Opinion: Rutherford Park on McTavish Reservoir is an important green space

The McTavish Reservoir certainly has a colourful history.

For instance, the now defunct Montreal Star reported on Aug. 1, 1907, that one Hyolan Hansen Schwart was caught washing his dog in the city’s principal source of drinking water. 540 more words

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