Learn more through the link below: 2,000-Year-Old Punic-Era Tomb Accidentally Found in Malta UPDATED 2 JUNE, 2021 RUDRA BHUSHAN The archipelago of Malta in the Mediterranean Sea in southern Europe, is a place of mystique and wonder. With a rich history that commences with human occupation in 5,900 BC, archaeologists have now discovered a 2,000-year-old Punic tomb in … Continue reading The Maltese Tomb
Click the link to learn more, readers! Scientists discover why two shark species emit green glow Previously undiscovered group of molecules found to be behind phenomenon Nicola Davis Thu 8 Aug 2019 The secret behind the eerie glow of two shark species has been revealed in a study which sheds light on the origin and … Continue reading More Bioluminescent Discoveries!
Check out this excellent article from Kai Wai Cheah, readers: The Page is Not the Screen The pulp era was a different time. Dime novels, pulp magazines and radio were the primary forms of fiction. Silent films dominated the theatres until the 1920s, with musicians playing music to accompany the show. The first Technicolor feature … Continue reading Reposted: The Page is Not the Screen
It is said that those who sing actually pray twice. When one listens to the Gregorian chant, this is not hard to believe, readers. Those magnificent chants have persisted down the centuries for a reason! Modern artists are trying their hand at writing music that, if it is not eternal, it is at least pleasant … Continue reading Of Faith and Prayer
Men cry differently than women, readers, but they do cry. They do cry. Learn more through the link here: Brothers in Arms By Kevin M. Callahan NOV 20, 2020 Ten years ago, I visited the Sicily-Rome American Cemetery near Anzio with my wife and young sons. Among the gravestones, we came across two brothers from … Continue reading Together Forever
I did mention that I have been inundated with Star Wars: The Bad Batch news and clips, did I not? The videos below are the result of a friend’s enthusiasm for the characters in the series. Although said companion is now largely disillusioned with the show’s storytelling, that does not mean the characters hold no … Continue reading Bad Batch Tunes!
I am not a Star Wars: The Clone Wars* enthusiast. The prequel trilogy is largely responsible for this; to date, I have not been able to overcome my dislike of it enough to engage with the animated series in a meaningful capacity. While this author can watch an episode or two, those are few and … Continue reading The Male Relationship: A Word on the Bad Batch
…And it wears many faces. Some of them are more familiar than we may initially realize. Learn more about Audrey Hepburn’s wartime activities through the link below, readers! When Audrey Hepburn Danced To Help The Dutch Resistance May 12, 2021 Steve Palace Audrey Hepburn lived a secret life as an asset of the Dutch Resistance … Continue reading Courage Comes in Many Forms….
My apologies but The Wizard of Oz* allusion was, once again, too good to pass up. And it also makes me think of Disney’s animated movie Bolt*, which nailed the portrayal of the pigeon in the course of its story. If you have not seen that movie yet, I heartily recommend since it is both … Continue reading A Pigeon of another Color!
No, the title for this post was not entirely my idea, readers. And while it is a reference to the popular 1960s’ anime series Speed Racer*, that allusion came straight from Lockheed, the creator of the drone described in the article linked herein. It is, apparently, quite fast! However, looking at the photograph makes me … Continue reading “Go, Speed Racer, GO!”