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  • Dogtown Common
    Arizona travel adventures: A rainy hike to Dogtown near Gloucester MA
    The drive from Boston up to Gloucester, Massachusetts was a wet one as this writer and friends headed to our morning destination of Dogtown—an old abandoned colonial village from the 1600’s. It covers about five square miles of 3600...
  • ‘Terminator Genisys’: Tayler’s masterpiece will change the future
    ‘Terminator Genisys’: Tayler’s masterpiece will change the future
    The “Terminator” story goes in full circle and this time things go in reverse. In 1984, a cyborg, called a “Terminator” came to Los Angeles to destroy a young woman who was the key to our future. Through the years each...
  • ‘Max’: Yakin shows us how much we need dogs in our lives
    ‘Max’: Yakin shows us how much we need dogs in our lives
    Service dogs are trained to help a soldier at a time of need, during war and even during peace time. Many veterans depend on these dogs to help them for many reasons, medical, mental, and physical disabilities that limit their normal abilities....
  • The Whisperer by Fiona McIntosh
    'The Whisperer' by Fiona McIntosh: Middle grade 'Prince and the Pauper' fantasy
    "The Whisperer" by Fiona McIntosh combines several elements that middle grade children will like. There is a lot of adventure, and there are great characters. The two main characters (the story is told from their alternative viewpoints)...
  • Life is Strange: Episode 3- Chaos Theory
    PlayStation 4 'Life is Strange: Episode 3- Chaos Theory' review
    Article first published asPlayStation 4 Review: ‘Life is Strange: Episode 3 – Chaos Theory’on Blogcritics.Square Enix has released "Episode 3: Chaos Theory" of Dontnod’s "Life is Strange," which has...
  • Remembering Olympus
    Full of mysticism, mystery, adventure and romance "Remembering Olympus"
    “For those who love romance, philosophy, adventure, mystery and adrenaline spiked tales; this is one book you won't be able to put down!”Filled with mysticism, mystery, adventure and romance, you might want to put "Remembering...
  • Mad Max: Fury Road
    Better than any superhero movie
    Recently I wrote that I fell asleep at the latest Avengers movie, a film with lots of action. Why? Because it was the typical stuff I’ve seen before and come to expect from a movie like that, having seen the first one. But never did I come...
  • Theodore Boone: The Fugitive by John Grisham
    'Theodore Boone: The Fugitive' by John Grisham
    "Theodore Boone: The Fugitive" is the fifth book in this series by John Grisham aimed at middle grade readers. True to Grisham's background, the young protagonist is destined to be an attorney and even a judge. In fact, he has...
  • Morro Bay
    Morro Bay creates a destination 'Adventure Pass'
    It used to be that resorts and cruise lines cornered the market on all-inclusive vacations, but now one destination, Morro Bay, Calif., has tweaked the concept in a bid to draw more tourists.The seaside community, on the Central Coast, created the...
  • The Island of Dr. Libris by Chris Grabenstein
    'The Island of Dr. Libris' by Chris Grabenstein: Middle grade scifi
    "The Island of Dr. Libris" is a cleverly conceived story that kids from fourth grade through middle school might enjoy. It's by Chris Grabenstein, author of last year's popular "Escape from Mr. Lemoncello's Library."...
  • 'Dr. Who: The Complete Fifth Series'
    DVD review: 'Dr. Who: The Complete Fifth Series'
    Let's continue on with 'Dr. Who: The Complete Fifth Series'. If you haven’t already, consider reading the review of the Fourth Series, first.We have a new incarnation of The Doctor (Matt Smith). He encounters a little girl named...
  • ‘Tomorrowland’: Robertson amazes in her first big role
    ‘Tomorrowland’: Robertson amazes in her first big role
    If you could change the future, would you? This interesting story composes the question. Does the innovative minds’ of today, living in a world of tomorrow, make the world a better place?Frank Walker (Thomas Robinson) is a boy genius who...
  • The Flying Hand of Marco B.
    'The Flying Hand of Marco B.' by Richard Leiter: Picture book for traveling
    "The Flying Hand of Marco B.," written by Richard Leiter and illustrated by Shahar Kober, is a wonderful flight of fantasy based entirely on the fanciful flight of Marco's hand. And if that doesn't seem to make too much sense,...
  • Woof by Spencer Quinn
    'Woof' by Spencer Quinn: Middle grade version of the Chet and Bernie series
    Adults love the Chet and Bernie series of books told in narrative form from the mouth of Chet, the dog. ("Paw and Order" was the seventh book in that series.) As in that series, "Woof: A Bowser and Birdie Novel," also is...
  • Avengers: Age of Ultron
    Eight is enough
    It’s not hard to explain the premise of Avengers: Age of Ultron. The Avengers are still together and now must battle against a villain named Ultron. The funny thing is that Tony Stark (Iron Man) himself actually helped build Ultron. It was...
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