THIS WOMAN WRITES Recipe: Pancakes
Pancakes are pretty much the fastest food on the planet to make -- and that's without a mix. If you've got the basics in your kitchen -- flour, sugar, baking powder, salt, oil, eggs -- you can whi... Posted on 2/11/14 at 1:49 PM
THE BRIDGEHUNTER'S CHRONICLES Bridge Preservation DVD now on sale!
Have you ever wondered how metal truss bridges go from becoming candidates for the scrap metal pile like this one......
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THE RACING LIFE The Racing Life on DVD Winners!
Thank you to everyone that sent in their best hunting photo to win a DVD! We narrowed the best down to 2 and they will BOTH get Season 1 of The Racing Life on DVD!
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MOMSTAR Baby - Secret of the Lost Legend
A favorite family movie of my older son's, the younger kids have been watching this lately and like it very much as well.
Join a thrilling expedition deep in the forbidding jungle, where two modern s... Posted on 11/19/10 at 2:10 PM
GOETHE'S SPORTS BLOG Need a break from sports? Try The Larry Sanders Show
I was pretty excited when I found out that complete series of "The Larry Sanders Show" was being released on DVD this week.
Looks like the boxed set with 89 episodes is going for about $90 on Amazo... Posted on 11/6/10 at 12:16 AM
“Short Cuts” are expedient, pretension-free movie reviews. This installment tackles Roman Polanski’s “The Ghost Writer,” the star-studded B-movie “Leaves of Grass” and “All American Orgy,” the dark indie comedy featuring Sarah Silverman’s sister Laura that used to be called “Cummings Farm.”
“Short Cuts” are expedient, pretension-free movie reviews. In this installment, Budgeteer editor Matthew R. Perrine tackles the startling TSA documentary “Please Remove Your Shoes,” the stays-with-you Danish film “Terribly Happy” and the ho-hum “hardcore” comedy “Finding Bliss.”
Not familiar with Youssou N’Dour, the African artist Rolling Stone called one of the most famous singers alive? Fret not, for Duluth film critic Robert Herling introduces us to the new-to-DVD “I Bring What I Love,” a documentary about the internationally acclaimed pro-Islam performer.
“Short Cuts” are expedient, pretension-free movie reviews. This installment tackles Laura Gabbert and Justin Schein’s documentary “No Impact Man,” which follows Colin Beavan and his family as they try to go a full year in New York City without leaving an impact on our planet.
“Short Cuts” are expedient, pretension-free movie reviews. This installment tackles Aaron Rose’s documentary “Beautiful Losers,” which takes a look at the group of artists responsible for such iconic imagery as the Obama “Hope” poster and films like “Thumbsucker” and “Gummo.”
“Short Cuts” are expedient, pretension-free movie reviews. This installment tackles the much-talked-about documentary “Anvil! The Story of Anvil,” the underlooked gem “Lymelife” (featuring Alec Baldwin and Cynthia Nixon) and “Nature’s Grave,” an unfortunate thriller-type-thing.
“Short Cuts” are expedient, pretension-free movie reviews. This installment tackles two unfortunately overlooked DVDs, “The Garden” and “The Mysteries of Pittsburgh,” and a few which have yet to grow on me: “Explicit Ills,” “Coco Chanel” and “I Sell the Dead.”
“Short Cuts” are expedient, pretension-free movie reviews. This installment tackles three somewhat-overlooked DVD releases: “An American Affair,” which solidifies JFK’s legacy as an unstoppable playboy; a documentary about the marijuana trade, “The Union”; and “Guns,” a Canadian miniseries which is only slightly more imaginative than its title.
DVDs examined this week: Kelly Reichardt’s poignant “Wendy and Lucy,” starring the always-impressive Michelle Williams, and “Personal Effects,” where David Hollander brings to life a Rick Moody short story with the help of Ashton Kutcher, Michelle Pfeiffer and Kathy Bates.
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