Tag Archives: documentaries

Best of 2022…thus far

Here’s my list of the best for 2022 to date as we approach the midway point of the year. Enjoy! _______ TV Comedies The Wonder Years – ABC Call Me Kat – Fox The Conners – ABC American Auto – … Continue reading

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Favorites of 2021 – TV/music/books/film

Here’s my list of the best for 2021, as updated through 12/30/21. This post will continue to be updated as needed through the end of 2021. Enjoy! TV Comedies Ted Lasso The Wonder Years The Conners American Auto Solar Opposites … Continue reading

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Top ranked Atomic Age books and movies

While this list is not meant to be all-inclusive, it does list the top books and movies read or seen on the topic of the Atomic Age and/or nuclear war. They’re presented in the order of how I would personally … Continue reading

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See and discuss “The Purity Myth” on May 19th

I had an opportunity to preview the documentary, entitled The Purity Myth last night. It is a powerful film, based on the book of the same name by Jessica Valenti, which documents and critiques the ongoing war against women that … Continue reading

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“My Winnipeg” and “One Great City”

The other night, just by chance I watched a documentary film on the Sundance Channel entitled, My Winnipeg, by ¬†filmmaker Guy Maddin. Having thoroughly enjoyed my lone visit to this metropolis of the Canadian prairie six years ago, I was … Continue reading

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