Monthly Archives: August 2014

Alfred Hitchcock Blogathon – To Catch a Thief (1955) – RobbinsRealm

For our 42nd review of the Alfred Hitchcock Blogathon, here’s a review of To Catch a Thief written by Jonathan of RobbinsRealm. If you don’t already follow his site, I strongly suggest that you go there to find some great…

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“Robin Williams Inspirational In Dead Poets Society”

On Monday, August 11, 2014, shortly before noon, comedian and actor, Robin Williams, was found by EMT’s – unconscious and not breathing – at his home in Tiburon, California. Several minutes later, the sixty-three year old, who had imparted so … Continue reading

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“Mookie: Life, Baseball, and the 86 Mets”

“I always thought about writing a book for a long time, but the question was what I wanted my book to be…I didn’t want it to be a baseball play-by-play. I wanted the book to have some meaning, a purpose, … Continue reading

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“The Conspiracy”

Conspiracy theories are nothing new, but thanks to technological advancements and the ability to use social media to reach countless people, they are more prevalent in society than ever before. The internet, however, is not the only place for individuals … Continue reading

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