One of the most charming and humorous parts of Disney’s Haunted Mansion isn’t even in the mansion. It’s in the cue outside. A series of tombstones arranged as if in a family burial plot proclaim pithy witticisms about each for whom the bell tolled. Goodness sake, Jack Sparrow, it seems dead men really do … More Dead Men Really Do Tell Tales
Feeling like a blast from the past while you hole up in the house this winter? The first is as eerie as the latter is sweet. Both will make you glad you live in the 21st Century. The past may be intriguing, but there’s something to be said for modern conveniences.
A couple weeks ago, we drove down to Washington, D.C. to take in the new(ish) Museum of the Bible.
When “Good Morning America” recently showcased eleven-year-old “drag queen,” Desmond Napoles, and celebrated him as “amazing” and “inspiring” I had to wonder if host Michael Strahan could taste the fetid dirt on these, his own words. Have we lost our minds, people? I mean, I can’t even sit with my eighteen-year-old son in the … More Suffer the Little Children
Last Monday, I reviewed Jodi Picoult’s newest novel, A SPARK OF LIGHT, which is little more than a pro-choice treatise impugning the privileged white man (cis male) as well as those whack-a-doodle Christians who are nuttier than Austin Powers’ coffee. I didn’t set out to follow up Picoult’s exercise in misery by reading another novel … More In the Matter of Life and Death