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Horror Top 10 | #5 The Conjuring

Horror Top 10 | #5 The Conjuring

Horror Top 10 | #5 The Conjuring (2013) – “Based on the true case files of the Warrens.” Creating a new horror film that is truly terrifying to modern audiences is nearly impossible. That’s why James Wan, the creator of Saw and Insidious has earned his stripes as the king of modern horror. The Conjuring […]

Horror Top 10 | #6 The Exorcist

Horror Top 10 | #6 The Exorcist

Horror Top 10 | #6 The Exorcist (1973) – “Somewhere between science and superstition, there is another world. The world of darkness.” One of the most controversial and terrifying films of all time, The Exorcist is a classic for a reason. While the film may be most famous for its obscene shock value, particularly a […]

Horror Top 10 |#7 Scream 4

Horror Top 10 |#7 Scream 4

Horror Top 10 |#7 Scream 4 (2011) – “New decade. New rules.” Scream 4 is the most recent installment of the popular Scream franchise and in my opinion the best of the sequels. The set up of the film leads the audience to believe this is the first of a new trilogy, introducing a new […]

Horror Top 10 | #8 Saw and Saw 2

Horror Top 10 | #8 Saw and Saw 2

Horror Top 10 | #8 Saw (2004) – “Oh yes, there will be blood.” What began as an indie film that took three years to get off the ground, Saw developed into the most well known and lucrative horror franchises of modern times. The film’s story revolves around Adam and Lawrence, two men who are […]

Horror Top 10 | #9 The Blair Witch Project

Horror Top 10 | #9 The Blair Witch Project

Horror Top 10 | #9 The Blair Witch Project (1999) – “In October of 1994 three student filmmakers disappeared in the woods near Burkittsville, Maryland, while shooting a documentary…A year later their footage was found.” It’s hard to imagine horror without the found footage genre due to the enormous popularity of the Paranormal Activity franchise. […]

Horror Top 10 | #10 The Ring

Horror Top 10 | #10 The Ring

Horror Top 10 | #10 The Ring (2002) – “Before you die, you see the ring.” A moody and extremely eerie remake of the Japanese film Ringu which explores the concept of an urban legend of a video tape that causes anyone who watches it to die seven days later. Naomi Watts plays Seattle based […]

The Things They Carried

The Things They Carried

    The Things They Carried, the Viet Nam War related book by Tim O’Brien, is once again the focus of community reflection. Chosen as Missoula’s Big Read of 2014, he will appear on October 28th, 2014 as part of the University of Montana’s President’s Lecture Series. He will speak about his book and the […]

#MonologueWars: Round 1 – Vote!

#MonologueWars: Round 1 – Vote!

What happens when you pit 3 talented and experienced actors, plus a non-actor, against each other in a battle for Likes over their interpretation of a monologue? Why, heaps of fun, of course! Presenting, for your entertainment and ours, the 8 Sided Ensemble in: #MonologueWars.  Round 1: Each entrant has performed their interpretation of the […]

Indie Band | Brother Townsend

Indie Band | Brother Townsend

I first met Brother Townsend at Open Mic night in Sean Kelly’s Pub downtown Missoula.  Many have asked me after writing that first story on him, “What’s happened to Brother Townsend?”  After some time in the Nevada oil fields, he made a move to Port Townsend and put together a group of musicians in order […]

Migrant Sun-- Ramon Mesa Ledesma

Migrant Sun– Ramon Mesa Ledesma

  Ramon Mesa Ledesma, author of Migrant Sun,  is an Indie author with stories to share of the Latino Migrant Experience in the United States from his personal experience. I met him recently and we talked about his work. He is a soft spoken man with a powerful message.   The thirty thoughtful poems in […]

Curtis Salgado, the original Blues Brother

Curtis Salgado, the original Blues Brother

Curtis Salgado, vocals, harmonica– Curtis Salgado is the original Blues Brother, his essence captured, integrated and performed by deceased actor John Belushi many years ago, in the film The Blues Brothers, according to press accounts. Salgado on the other hand is still alive, singing and dancing his way across stages in the Northwest. A white […]

Top 6 Summer Reads for 2014

Top 6 Summer Reads for 2014

Top 6 Summer Reads for 2014 – The summer has officially started with warm sunshine, patio lounging, park sitting, beach bumming and glorious down-time.  Summertime books are stowed in bike baskets book marked in anticipation of the next page turn. Wondering what to read?  Here are my top 6 summer reads for 2014 to take […]

The Good Life

The Good Life

The Good Life   Martha had not thought about him in years. It wasn’t that he had not played a pivotal role in her development, because he had. Her first boyfriend, first kisses, first prom, first dates in a car, first squirming around with tangled clothing. But so many years had passed that those events […]

Secrets of Bob Wire | Author Spotlight

Secrets of Bob Wire | Author Spotlight

Secrets of Bob Wire: Author Spotlight – Shut Up and Drink Your Mashed Potatoes: Reports From the Front Lines of Fatherhood (Bob Wire Chronicles Book 1) – The man that is Bob Wire recently took some time to share a few bits of wisdom and random secrets with me. Bob’s new book, Shut Up and Drink Your Mashed Potatoes, parts […]

LGBT Author Leslea Newman Public Talkback on Bullying and Hate Crime - June 14

LGBT Author Leslea Newman Public Talkback on Bullying and Hate Crime – June 14

LGBT Author Leslea Newman Public Talkback on Bullying and Hate Crime – To increase public awareness about the harms of bullying and hate crimes, The Seeing Place is holding public talkbacks throughout the run of The Laramie Project. On June 14 The Seeing Place welcomes award-winning LGBT author Leslea Newman, who will do a talkback […]

7 Things About Me and The Versatile Blogger Award

7 Things About Me and The Versatile Blogger Award

7 Things About Me and The Versatile Blogger Award – #1) I’ve always wanted to walk the Red Carpet Susan Sarandon style, 60 plus and still sexy. I’m no where near 50 and she is actually 65, well I’m closer to 50 than I want to admit… you get the point.  It is favorable to […]

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