Eating My East Coast Snobbery and That One Sentence

If you ask my husband, he’ll tell you I’m horrible at admitting when I’m wrong, so I figured I’d practice eating my words today with the hope that I may become better at acknowledging when I am incorrect. Over and over again throughout my years, I have uttered this singular sentence: I am an East […]

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Hollywood Comes to Annapolis in March

Who said neon lights and movie premieres can only take place in Hollywood? Next month, Annapolis will play host to the third annual Annapolis Film Festival (AFF) as it brings some bling to town from March 26th through the 29th. Movie lovers will get to see some edgy and intelligent films as Annapolis showcases some […]

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A Quick Book Review: The Night Circus’s Magic

Last week I finished reading Erin Morgenstern’s first novel entitled THE NIGHT CIRUCS. I’m still thinking about it. So, if you’ve already read BENEATH THE MIMOSA TREE (wink wink, with a hint hint), you can move on to this one. It’s worth reading if you like dark magic and mystical settings. I’ve never been a […]

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The Problem With Movie Trailers

Last week when my husband and I were on vacation sans children, we decided to go to the movies. It’s something we rarely get the chance to do with our busy lives and our children’s busy schedules. As fans of Tim Burton and Johnny Depp, we decided to partake of “Dark Shadows.” I won’t do […]

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Books to Film: Darlings and Disasters

Yesterday, my mother and I shopped, ate, and saw “Water for Elephants.” I finished the book the night before and, as a fan of film (and student of it as well during my days as a mass communications undergrad), I relish the idea of reading a book and seeing how a director takes it to […]

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