Monthly Archives: July 2019

Cleveland Shale

One of my cousins was visiting Cleveland a few years ago, and when she saw the rocks, she thought that someone had carved the side of the rock face.  My uncle explained that it is Cleveland shale. Apparently, Cleveland shale … Continue reading

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Bandolier (Shoulder) Bag, Anishinaabe (Ojibwe) People

The people who made this bag lived in the Great Lakes region, like me.  I love the ornate designs.

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“His Name is Jan” sung by Kiera Duffy

I saw Kiera Duffy make her Cleveland Orchestra debut.  She didn’t sing this; she actually sang Exsultante Jubilate by Mozart. But I wanted to share a a sample of her singing.

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Serena Williams beaten by Simona Halep in Wimbledon final, denied history — OlympicTalk

Simona Halep won Wimbledon over Serena Williams. via Serena Williams beaten by Simona Halep in Wimbledon final, denied history — OlympicTalk

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Poe’s Journey in The Last Jedi : Poe ends up a Mary Sue

Part 1 of Poe’s Journey Part 2 in Poe’s Journey  “Gee, golly, gosh, gloriosky,” thought Mary Sue as she stepped on the bridge of the Enterprise. “Here I am, the youngest lieutenant in the fleet – only fifteen and a … Continue reading

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The Pie Wagon by Carl Gaertner

Carl Gaertner is another Cleveland painter.  He died at 54 and his paintings highlight the industrial life in Cleveland at the time.  

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Go See Late Night

I don’t go to movies nearly enough.  I would rather save my money to go see plays.  But I saw Late Night on a whim and I really enjoyed it.  I laughed a lot and was impressed with how smart … Continue reading

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