Monthly Archives: April 2017

Colossal

I watched CBS This Morning and the chef segment.  Matthew Kenney’s signature recipes include Sunflower pest pizza with cooked onion, confit tomato and herb macadamia ricotta, Flora artisanal cheese tasting, Roasted cauliflower, green harissa and pomegranate, and Yuzu guacamole.  I … Continue reading

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Quo Vadis

I watched the Partridge Family episode “Heartbreak Keith.”  It seemed like punishment dished out to David Cassidy for saying he was going to leave the show, as it showed his character in such an unflattering light.  I kept wondering where … Continue reading

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My Entire High School Sinking Into the Sea

I saw that “My Entire High School Sinking Into the Sea” was going to be leaving my local theatre, so I went to see it at 1:10 on a Thursday afternoon.  It turned out that I was the only one … Continue reading

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Love is a Many-Splendored Thing

After I returned home from work, I watched “Love is a Many-Splendored Thing,” a movie that was on KQED a couple of weeks ago.  It had positive qualities, like Asian actors in many of the roles and some beautiful cinematography … Continue reading

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The Rose Tattoo

After an exam, I headed home, stopping to buy a burrito.  I sat down to watch “The Rose Tattoo,” the movie with Anna Magnani and Burt Lancaster.  The screenplay was by Tennessee Williams, who had Magnani in mind when he … Continue reading

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The Heiress

After I got home, I watched “The Heiress,” the movie directed by William Wyler starring Olivia de Havilland, Montgomery Clift, and Ralph Richardson.  Olivia is Catherine Sloper, the foolish young woman who falls in love with the poor and probably … Continue reading

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Peyton Place

I dealt with some of the problems that came up on a Monday at work and was glad to return home.  I had my late lunch and sat down to watch “Peyton Place.”  I thought it was quite a trashy … Continue reading

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