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D.H. Lawrence: the Good and the Bad

Author D.H. Lawrence (1885—1930) is best known for his worst novel, Lady Chatterley’s Lover. But he also wrote some genuinely fine works of fiction, including the short story, “Tickets, Please”.

“Lost in the Cosmos” by Walker Percy

This is the sort of book that a person could hold onto indefinitely, delve into repeatedly, and emerge with an arsenal of life- and sanity-saving insights.

Sometimes A Dream Becomes Reality… In A Book

When Dreams Come True is a story that reflects Thompson’s spiritual core. One reviewer suggested there could be “harmony” in all aspects of life: men and women, men and horses, educators and students, and even citizens and their government officials.

Etheria Film Festival Brings Official 2021 Lineup to Kansas City

KANSAS CITY, June 7, 2021- Etheria Film Night (www.etheriafilmnight.com) is returning to Screenland Armour Theatre (www.screelandcom) on Saturday, June 26, 2021 at 9:30 PM. 

The Monomaniac: A Russian Fairy Tale

Alas, he did not want to be a poet or a mystic; nor a lover, an athlete or a worker/husband/father/corpse.  What Sergei really wanted was world-destruction.

Rare Earth by Peter D. Ward and Donald Brownlee

Their non-fiction book challenges the common assumption that the universe teems with complex life-forms (intelligent or otherwise). 

Two by Camus

Albert Camus (1913—1960) was one of the most distinguished writers of the twentieth century.  Almost everything he wrote is worth reading, but two works stand out for me: The Stranger and “The Adulterous Woman”. 

Edgar Allan Poe: Stories and Poems

Poe shared with Nathaniel Hawthorne a distinctively American vision of darkness.  And yet this vision was rendered artfully, not in a merely negative or pessimistic manner.

“Helena” by Evelyn Waugh

Published in 1950, it concerns the titular empress and saint, who lived during the 200s and 300s A.D. and was the mother of Constantine the Great. 

Five Criminally Under-Seen Movies for the Quarantine – Part 2

Here are five movies from the last twenty years that didn’t get the love they deserved in the theater. Now that you can’t go to the theater, give them some love at home.



Peter Luger Steak House at Caesars Palace

Originally opened in 1887 it is commonly known as New York City’s original steak house. It will be their first US location outside of New York and will be located near MR CHOW at the resort.