Showing posts from October, 2018

Are Albums Really Back?

Are Albums Really Back? Written by: Jill Sheets Some friends and I were talking about how albums are making a comeback. When I was younger, albums were a great way to listen to music (other than radio), but let’s not forget about tapes. Now there are CDS, MP3s, and places you can buy the songs at like iTunes?               Talking about the tremendous golden way albums would make a comeback. Light hitting the record as you pull it out of its sleeve. All that made me think about what my first albums were. These were the ones that came to mind. The first one I can remember is Miss Piggy’s exercise album. I did like using it, and it did keep me busy. When you were a kid, this was the type of fun that you would have.   You would be doing something healthy, and you would not notice it, other than food. No matter what no matter what age we all can be picky about what we eat, I know I am. The next one was the “Sound of Music.”   I am surprised t

Some Legends Do Live Forever By Cheryl Carpinello

Some Legends Do Live Forever By Cheryl Carpinello Even in the 21st century where a click of the keyboard instantly connects us to anywhere in the world and with the ISS (International Space Station), the legend surrounding King Arthur lives on in books, movies, television, games, and most recently even in real life! In just the last two years (2017-2018), an endless number of books were released, two movies King Arthur: Legend of the Sword (2017) and Arthur & Merlin: The Fire of Balor (scheduled 2018), and one television series option exercised by Netflix based on the Cursed books by Frank Miller. Let’s not forget the one said to have started this whole craze in 1963, Disney’s adaption of T. H. White’s The Sword in the Stone or the hit Broadway production of the musical Camelot in 1967. It would be remiss of me if I didn’t mention the popular adult off-shoot set in early Medieval times The Game of Thrones television show. So what it is about Arthurian Legend that