Reviews

DOWN CAME A BLACKBIRD

DOWN CAME A BLACKBIRD

April 6, 2018
Barbara Karmazin Atlantic Bridge Publishing Sci Fi When Cait O’Keefe arrives at Sanctuary Station, a space base circling Earth, she stirs up a lot of interest. First, she is a lovely sight to behold, with her naturally multicolored hair and her graceful, sinuous dancing. Second, her birth certificate says she has two fathers. Her human mother was married to two Sidhe men, such marriages being a tradition of Sidhe culture. The Sidhe are the fairy people of legend, but…
Concert Reviews

Concert Reviews

July 25, 2005
PUNKORAMA The Palace Hollywood, CA March 17, 2000 I really intended to go to this show, to make it there on time and do a review of all the bands giving their music, lyrics and stage presence its due. But I had a tattoo appointment with Roni Zulu. My friend Raoul had set the whole thing up and for the price of an add on my web site I was going to get a cat kanji with the face…
Video Reviews

Video Reviews

May 30, 2004
BLANK GENERATION Anchor Bay Entertainment Film, as a medium, has long been ruled at the box office by storytellers who keep it simple and captivate large audiences. Blockbuster movies are usually the least expensive to bring home and the easiest to obtain. There just isn't as much money in limited home video releases of smaller, more idiosyncratic films. But don't tell that to Anchor Bay Entertainment. They have made a business of bringing small films back from the fringe…
CD Reviews

CD Reviews

June 30, 2003
EVERTON BLENDER At the White River Reggae Bash Rounder It's reggae mon. When one of my friends asked me if I liked reggae, I said, "yeah, I like that song." This is a good version of the song, made ever livelier because of the live venue. he is a particularly beautiful a capella version of the Cat Stevens song "Where do the Children Play" that is especially tasty. Carlye Archibeque THE GAZILLIONS Have Landed Round Records Pop rockabilly? Power…
Book Reviews

Book Reviews

October 11, 2001
GEMINI Dorothy Dunnett Borzoi Books/Random House (Historical Fiction)    Genius entrepreneur Nicholas de Fleury returns to Scotland to repair the damage he has done, in this eighth and final book of Dorothy Dunnett's House of Niccolo series. Assailed by blood feuds, and conscripted into the politics of a small country torn apart by a volatile royal family and the border wars with England, the charismatic Nicholas turns his formidable talents to fostering a climate which will support a healthy business…