Throwback City Vol. 10 – Planes, Trains, and Automobiles

Throwback City Vol. 10 – Planes, Trains, and Automobiles

Roger Ebert is revered as the greatest movie critic of all time.  Notorious for giving movies literal “Two Thumbs Up” or “Two Thumbs Down,” depending how good or bad they are, he made his career talking film and voicing his opinion for or against movies.  1987’s John...

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Turn the Page Vol. 5 – Greenlights

Turn the Page Vol. 5 – Greenlights

I occasionally find books more difficult to review than other things such as movies, or music.  While I enjoy them just as much, that is most certainly why I write book reviews/recommendations way less often than any other type of review. I think this is because books...

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Interactive PPL StoryWalk Debuting in November

Along a portion of the Greenway Trail in Plymouth’s beautiful Centennial Park, beginning at the Young Amphitheater and ending at the footbridge across from Plymouth High School, is the Plymouth Public Library StoryWalk. Library patrons and community members sponsor a...

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Worth Watching on Hoopla – Vol. 4

For this edition of “Worth Watching,” I thought I would offer more recommendations of titles that are available on Hoopla, but are not newly added.  While Hoopla adds new titles every month, a lot of what they offer is available for a long time, and with 12,000+...

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31 Days of Horror: Resurrection – Part Two

As promised, here is part two of my 31 day/31 Halloween movie binge! I list the date I watched them, the title, the year of release, and the MPAA rating. I will also give them a personal rating (X out of 5 pumpkins). 10/16/2020 – 1408 (2007 – PG-13) – Adapted from a...

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Throwback City Vol. 9: Close Encounters of the Third Kind

Throwback City Vol. 9: Close Encounters of the Third Kind

While there is no such thing as a “perfect” movie, there are some that come close.  For me personally, 1977’s science-fiction thriller/drama “Close Encounters of the Third Kind” is one of the few that I consider to be almost perfect. An early entry from legendary...

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Highlighting Hoopla: Horror

Halloween is this weekend and what better way to spend it than to kick back and watch a scary movie? Hoopla is a free digital service that comes with having your own library card.  Through Hoopla - available via app, or online at www.hoopladigital.com - you are...

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Writing Prompt Vol. 10: What’s Your Favorite Scary Movie?

“What’s your favorite scary movie?!” - Memorable words from the 1996 smash-hit “Scream.” Seeing as how “Scream” itself is my favorite scary movie, I thought I would turn that line into a writing prompt! *Spoilers ahead!* As a scary movie fan, I watch said movies year...

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31 Days of Horror: Resurrection – Part One

As promised with the teaser article a couple weeks ago, October is here and that means it is once again time for me to binge 31 horror/scary/Halloween movies in 31 days! As I have aged, Halloween has grown to become my favorite holiday.  Along with that, I have become...

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